|Package dimensions||21.59 x 13.21 x 5.08 cm; 530.7 Grams|
GD Iron Grip Metal Hand Grip Exerciser Strengthener (Adjustable Hand Gripper) Wrist and Forearm Strength Trainer
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- Getting Stronger - You will get stronger grip strength soon if you go forward to the next stage; You can feel the improvement of grip strength in just three days with the GD IRON GRIP; Adjustable resistance from 55lb to 176lb (6 stages adjustable) : 1 stage : 55lb / 2 stage : 79lb / 3 stage : 104lb / 4 stage : 128lb / 5 stage : 152lb / 6 stage : 176lb
- Sturdy like a tank - Made with Aluminum handles, Strong compressing spring, 5T iron; High quality, Superbly Engineered and Perfect craftsmanship, high-quality, solid & more importantly, adjustable – The only hand grip strengthener you’ll ever need
- Don't buy many hand grip exercisers - All man can close the first stage, but not all can close the last stage; If you are pro athlete or just normal man or even you are little bit strong women, it doesn’t matter; Because you can adjust the resistance of the gripper for your own strength! DO NOT BUY 6 grippers with other resistance. You can do your customized exercise according to your own strength with ONLY GD IRON GRIP 80 Light
- Completely Silent - It is silent and its spring does not squeak nor make weird noises; Train even in silent library if you want, without pissing off people around you
- 5 Years Warranty and Patented - GD IRON GRIP is protected by PATENT issued by the US government(PATENT NO. US 9,415,262 B2). And this product is under GD brand which is registered on Amazon Brand Registry; It is forbidden to resell the item on Amazon without permission of GD_official
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Name : GD Iron Grip Light 80 Material : Stainless, Steel, Aluminum, Reinforced plastics, Compression springs Strength Range: 55lbs~176lbs (25kg~80kg) Size: 9.5 * 16 * 2cm (3.7 X 6.5 X 0.8 inch) *GD IRON GRIP is protected by PATENT issued by the US government(PATENT NO. US 9,415,262 B2)
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Reviewed in the United States on 21 January 2019
good price for quality. dont buy the GD90 because it is litearally the same design except slightly heavier spring.
great quality. perfect fitment and alignment, everything is steel/stainless/aluminum, except the caps of the spring ends which seem to be plastic. even the hardware is good quality, and it seems some parts are riveted but very secure.
convenient. the weight basically is very similar to the COC guide, trainer, .5, but then the next 3 are a bit heavier than the others 1, 1.5, and 2. but overall its easy to get different kinds of strength training, depending on reps, holding, or maxing out.
single plane pivot, no axis. unlike the COC grippers, this one feels more natural since it pivots on a pin, instead of a large rotating spring.
small range of motion. unlike the COC grippers, the range of motion is noticeably less. it doesnt open up as wide
the strength increment seems to increase faster than the COC grippers, meaning that the kind of spring feels harder the more you squeeze, but at a much greater rate than the COC grippers. maybe just the design
each setting is very noticeably different. i wish there were more or finer settings for weight. once i move up to the next one, it just feels impossible.
knurling is not as sharp - grip is easier on your skin but not as overall grippy
Other thoughts - because the fulcrum/pivot is further from the handles compared to the COC grippers, this one feels different. its not better or worse, but when the gripper closes, the handles are parallel, whereas the COC gripper has a more motion near the pinky than the index finger. also, the numbers on this gripper seem much more difficult than the COC grippers. for example, the COC 2.0 is advertised at 195lbs, and i can close it consistently. however, the highest setting on the IG80 is 176, and i'm only about 80% able to close it. I initially thought i might need to buy the IG90 but good thing i saved $20 because i can't fully close this one.
Conclusion - its a different kind of gripper and well worth the money. i keep this in my car and train forearms when sitting in traffic, and only need 1.
It has been a valuable part of my quarantine exercise and while I no longer remember what I paid for it seeing how thrilled i sounded after a week I can definitely say this was one of my most successful purchases.
Assuming the build quality is same as what I got there is just no way you won’t have happy with it.
I will update this review if this item doesn't live up to my expectations in the future but for the time being having owned it for about a week I can comment on a few things.
The build quality is incredible. This is just a thing of beauty which anyone would be proud to display on their desk. It's an absolute conversation starter, I leave it set to the weakest setting on my desk and everyone who walks in tries it and comments on how beautiful it is.
It's a much better value than the 80 model IMHO because of the inclusion of the grip extenders. I put them on as soon as I got it and don't plan on taking them off. Using the markings on the grips it's very easy to get in-between force values between the 55, 84,112,141,170,198 lb jumps.
I basically use four grip positions... all the way down (pinky at end of extension) (easiest) ... hide one ring, hide three rings, hide all rings (hand all the way up to the top ... hardest) and it makes it REALLY nice to have weight progressions.
my only disappointment is that I was working on a GD-PRO 70 gripper (which maxes out at 154lbs) and it doesn't look like the weight markings on the GD-90 and the markings on the PRO 70 are consistent. That's not a big deal and might be related to the 70 rather than the 90. I certainly much prefer the looks and hand feel of the 90