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Gripmaster Pro Edition
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- #1 Hand Exerciser in the World
- Isolates and exercises each finger individually for strength, dexterity and endurance
- Ideal for anyone wanting to develop and maintain strong healthy hands
- Recommended by professional strength coaches and fitness instructors
- We offer four color-coded models of graduated resistance
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I eventually upgraded to the Heavy Tension (9 lbs) version, which was the strongest version you could buy for a long time.
Amazon remembered my Gripmaster purchase and decided to alert me to the new Gripmaster Pro products.
I could not have been happier to hear about it and I ordered it right away!
The construction is much beefier than the standard Gripmaster. And if the standard model lasts for 10+ years, I can't even imagine how long this one will last!
You have to have a larger hand in order to hold it comfortably and The curved part is not removable like the old Gripmaster, which I kinda miss.
I am very happy with the product and will continue to buy stronger version as they become available.
LONG REVIEW: If you're like I was, you probably think the Gripmaster series is for strengthening your grip. This is one of the uses of the Gripmaster, but the intended use is improving individual finger/thumb strength. Sure, the individual tension pads should be a dead giveaway, but Gripmaster ships with limited instructions on how to use it. Prohands clearly hopes that you will take an extra five minutes to visit prohands.net to see their 11 exercises.
I would recommend visiting the site: many of the exercises are not intuitive and will come as a pleasant surprise. My favorite exercises work the daylights out of the thumb, a great help for a console gamer such as myself.
With that said, this model has 11 pounds per pad. I thought I had a strong grip (I've used traditional "nutcracker" grip strengtheners for years), but when this model broke down my grip into individual fingers, a little humbling was in order.
If you have a weak grip and want to improve individual fingers, I would advise starting with light or medium tension, and work your way up the tension scale. This model is not the place to start.
Two final notes: Pro Gripmaster models are bulkier than the "regular" variety and have rubbery covers on the pads. I don't believe there's a difference in pad tension (i.e., Extra-Heavy is going to be 11 pounds per pad on both models), so if you have smaller hands - or just want to save a few bucks - the regular Gripmaster line should do the trick.
Finally, both Pro and regular models are extremely well-made devices and appear to be relatively indesctructible.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Low tension (Blue) is too easy for me. I would suggest buying the 4 pack where you get some variety.Published 6 days ago by KCRR2W
Highly suggest for those with Carpal Tunnel or weakness in handPublished 11 days ago by Lisa Driggers
these things are awesome
unfortunately one can get very lazy and leave them dusty for years.
I used to experience a cramp with my hands and fingers, so I am very happy that when my wife gave me this one it helped me to exercise them bit by bit.Published 12 days ago by Ron