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which hand grippers are the best?

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2003/12/30 14:47:16 (permalink)

which hand grippers are the best?

Hi, for those who have used or own the different hand grippers which would you say are the best baraban\captain crush or the ivanko gripper.

the ivanko appears to be the cheapest option at £35 from pullum sports but im not sure where you get the additional springs sets from, and the coc grippers seem damn expensive.

At the moment im gearing towards the baraban, what do you think?
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    JayavarmanVII
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    RE: which hand grippers are the best? 2003/12/30 15:35:44 (permalink)
    The ivanko is fully adjustable upto ridiculous levels. Trust me, it'll be a while before you need additional springs.

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    MikeyFive
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    RE: which hand grippers are the best? 2003/12/30 15:52:34 (permalink)
    CoC's are good, but the grippers from http://www.handgrippers.co.uk have a much more weighty feel to them, and they come in a lot of different pressures (Just got the 210ip and 240ip to work up to the No.3 CoC). They're also cheaper than CoC's.
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    RE: which hand grippers are the best? 2003/12/30 17:33:41 (permalink)
    so have you used anything else besides the ivanko tuff nutt? not heard much about it at all.

    Which gripper would you recommend mikey? i dont want to waste money with the cheaper ones if there piss easy, you know what i mean?
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    RE: which hand grippers are the best? 2003/12/30 18:41:34 (permalink)
    I like the Ivanko Supergripper, cheap and works well.
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    RE: which hand grippers are the best? 2003/12/30 21:28:17 (permalink)
    I'd get the Ivanko to start on - spirngs can be got via some of the site members. I'd also rate the Barabans over the CoC. I'd still buy the 3 and 4 if I was just starting and wanted recognition/certification.
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    RE: which hand grippers are the best? 2003/12/30 21:39:03 (permalink)
    Can you close the 4 steve?
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    RE: which hand grippers are the best? 2003/12/30 21:41:35 (permalink)
    Nope. Last week I had it down to 10mm - my best. I'm more focused on the 2004 Iron Grip comp right now.
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