Excellent forearm strengthener.
- Nylon rope with wooden holding bar.
- Contoured handles.
- Works with all standard weight plates.
- Perfect for wrist and forearm strength training.
buy this roller it's great cheap yeah but if wanted to modify the option is there you could swap the rope add a clip to secure the weights anything
works like youd expect it to. not much to it, but it gets the job done and works just like it should
This was less expensive than other brands but works just as good!
I like it! Great forearm workout. Fast delivery also.
This is a well designed device. I did have to replace the nylon rope with some clothesline and attached a metal clip because the rope was too short but it was easy to do and worth the time and effort.
I had elbow surgery and part of my rehab is using the roller VERY HAPPY AND IM SURE IT WILL GIVE ME GREAT RESULTS
Gave it a 5 star because I don't see how you could rate weight, it's simple. However if you want to save your money you could EASILY make one yourself.
My son got this as a gift and told me it works really well, so I would recommend this to anyone, its inexpensive and works well.
The only complaints I have is that the rope isnt long enough and it doesnt have an instruction manual. I had trouble figuring out how to attach the weights in there. But the product is great. Cheap and easy to make yourself. $20+ is a little bit pricey. Overall, 4 stars!
Works great. Nice handle grips. Wood dowel works with many weights. Only problem I had was rope is not long enough. I replaced rope with a longer one and a softer rope that rolls up nicer.
While not as heavy-duty as other types, this wrist roller is very reasonably priced and works perfectly well. I bought it for my teenage son to use with relatively light weights and it fills the bill. I'd recommend it.
This is a GREAT inexpensive and relatively safe way to develop tremendous forearms. The hands are a delicate structure and it's easy to injure them. This roller puts the hands in a biomechanically efficient position with a relatively nature movement that involves the whole hand in functional strength development. Depending upon which way the rope is oriented, you can focus on flexion and extension. You can slso work the muscles with finely tuned progressive resistance rather than jumping up too rapidly as you may need to do with certain hand grips. I am also a piano player and have had extensive wrist surgery, so doing things safely, correctly and efficiently is very important to me personally.
I don't know if they sell one on here, but there are small bars with wider than normal grips at the end and a collar for weight at the other end. You can use a dumbbell with the weight on one end, but the idea is to do pronation and supination. In other words, turning the hand as if you are holding a hammer and moving it in an arc. This is an often neglected movement and not really one that is covered by this equipment.
The Product is of solid worksmanship.
Pros: Great Price, Best way to increase forearm, wrist and hand strength.
Cons: Not designed for Olympic sized 2" plates
This is the best thing you can get for the buck!!! It is a great workout for strong wrist, forearm and grip strength. It occupies no space at all, you can use any regular weights with a hole in the middle. You will feel the blood pump in your arms everyday in less than a minute. I am surprised that no gyms have this. Bottom line: For shapely forearms, get this and never look back!
This device is the best device for working out both your dorsal and ventral forearm muscles...I still find it surprising that almost no gyms have this simple, yet incredibly effective device.