Reviews and Problems with Gripmaster Hand Exerciser Gripmaster Light Tension Hand & Finger Exerciser 5lb
Showing 1-10 of 75
Gripmaster Hand Exerciser, Light Tension
Michael Simmons, amazon.com
19 January 2012
Summary: I play guitar as a hobby, not so much a passion, ever since a thumb injury left my thumb weak and caused me pain whenever I'd play. I had seen Gripmasters (or at least a knock-off brand) in my local guitar shop, but I always thought it was a kind of placebo - a "squeeze this, play 10x better!
Summary: Received the product in a timely manner and am happy with what i bought. Exactly as advertised. Am trying to pick up playin bass and i def need to strengthen and stretch out my fingers. Good product.
Summary: A friend of mine recommended me this product. I'm learning to play classical guitar and I didn't have enough strength in my fingers. I started to use it and I noticed a big improvement. At the beginning was very hard (weak fingers) but now is easy. I upgraded to 7 pounds.
Summary: As a new guitar player, it was evident my fingers were a bit weak. I am sure continual practice would resolve that issue but I wanted to expedite that process and so decided to purchase the Gripmaster.
Summary: I am a adult beginner learning the cello, and I must say that, this has been a great tool to carry in my handbag. I have used this coupled with the callus builder attachment. As I cannot carry the cello wherever I go, this enables me to strengthen my fingers on the go while travelling on public...
Summary: You can use this or a ton of other products to strengthen your grip. I use this for squeezing because it gives the opportunity to work each individual finger, rather than the crude versions that really only strengthen the muscles that are already strong.
Summary: The Gripmaster was suggested to me for a good hand/finger exercise tool for Parkinson's Disease. We have all kinds of exercise/therapy that we are able to do at home with hand weights, ankle weights, etc.