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- Strengthen weaker fingers for superior hitting, throwing, and fielding
- 9 pounds of tension per finger
- Challenges each finger individually using patented spring-loaded finger piston technology
- Greatly improves hand, wrist, and forearm strength
- Includes complete exercise program
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Receiving it, the high-quality construction was immediately noticeable. Beginning with the highest tension [black] gripper, I began use intermittently, whenever web pages loaded in slowly, between television commercials, and so on.
I had no idea why during my twice-a-month hobbyist guitar playing, I was able to play with a marked increase in speed and accuracy. The fingers occasionally seemed to be pulled onto the fretboard like magnets. Thinking about it for a few minutes, I realized this device was the only significant change I had made over that time. Typically I had to warm-up for at least 30 to 45 minutes before my hands correctly played quicker fingering patterns. There was no lag time this time.
For the price and diminutive size of this device, it is surprising how effective it is at its focused purpose. I also noticed that, while my typing has not gotten any faster, I can type somewhat longer without becoming self-aware of fatigue.
There are several reviews for this gripping device that claim insufficient resistance, even with the highest tension [black] version. This may be due to a misconception of the purpose and usage of this particular device. It is what could be thought of as a finger-grip strengthener, as opposed to those devices which develop palm grip-strength, which are far more common and found at any sporting goods store.
The tell-tale sign of improper use, is through where you position your grip when performing the exercises.Read more ›
And in case you own the original and you're thinking you'll just put the big pad on the new skeleton, forget it. They're not interchangeable, which is also disappointing. On the original you could put the pad on either side, allowing you to use all your fingers on the unified bar or independently on the buttons. Can't do that with the new one. (See the pictures.)
Too often a company makes a good product and once it gains a market foothold, they cut costs and expect it will only increase profit margin. This is a perfect example. Well, I hope this review will encourage purchasing choices that make Gripmaster regret their choice to go cheap on their customers.Read more ›
It is difficult to know which tension to use. I'm a woman with small hands, and found that I am right between the blue and the red. I use the blue one for 4th and 5th finger (left hand). I can usually handle the red one for everything else, but the booklet says that repititions are more effective than heavier tension. I use mainly the blue one now. I hope to work up to the red, but that will be a while. I'm also going to buy a couple more so I can work both hands simultaneously.
I do have one caveat -- make sure you use these correctly. Don't overdo it, or try to use a heavier tension to just to feel all macho. Like any weight training, you have to press the buttons precisely to isolate the muscles. Don't use your whole arm just to get the button pressed. I found that if I started to cheat, I got a little wrist pain and felt the beginnings of tendonitis. (another reason I'm staying on the blue tension for now.)
Oh, and buy your Gripmaster here at Amazon. They are $15 each everywhere else.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really good for independently strengthening your fingers. you will quickly notice what fingers are the strongest and where you need work.Published 1 day ago by Da Penguin
I have been using this hand exerciser for over 6 months now. This is a great equipment for strengthening. I would recommend it to my friends and familyPublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
always have it on me at work to reduce stress and works all the fingersPublished 2 days ago by Luis G.
smaller than expected. Sometimes the side for the palms wiggles when I squeeze it to the maximum. It's kind of annoying. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mik G
My go to device for long conference calls or stressful phone conversations. Better than a stress ball but still pretty ergonomic.Published 7 days ago by TallMeIrresponsible