Clinically Fit Xtensor Hand Strength Device

Priced: $39.95 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Clinically Fit Xtensor Hand Strength Device -
When the Xtensor Hand Device from Clinically Fit made its first appearance in the Mountain Gear offices, we couldn't get enough! Winner of the 2007 Medical Design Excellence Award, this clever little device exercises the muscles that you use to open your hand - evening out muscle development and improving dexterity and performance.
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Clinically Fit Xtensor Hand Strength Device Reviews:

Negative Reviews:

Very Disappointed

Alright so I was so excited to try out this device. The directions for it are pretty simple and it comes with extra rubber finger devices. However, I would not recommend this device as EVERY rubber piece has snapped almost immediately!!! I think they are just not made thick enough to tolerate the repetitive use they receive. I did by the way follow the pre-stretching instructions to ensure that they did not snap...but that did not work.
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Rock/Ice/Aid Climber at Mountain Gear on 12/12/2008

Too flimsy

I would like this product if the bands weren't so flimsy. They break quickly even on the easy level. Then, to add insult to injury they are expensive to replace.
Mouserblitz at Mountain Gear on 02/02/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Great idea, but...

I have several hand strength gizmos. This is a great idea... balancing the muscles in the hand is really good idea for anyone that does a lot of gripping (climbers). I had some of the elastic pieces break - company answered my email immediately and replaced - they have a five year warranty on the elastic pieces. The product takes a lot of fiddling around to use, but does work well once set up. Is probably the best finger extensor out there... better than Metoulis for the exercises... more difficult to set up.
G at Mountain Gear on 08/08/2008

Give it a shot, you might like it.

Good piece for working the hands.Easily adjustable and no problem to use.
Lil Hash at Mountain Gear on 12/12/2008