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Wrist Ripper – The Ultimate Wrist Roller / Wrist and Forearm Exerciser

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Amazon Price: $59.99 $49.99 You save: $10.00 (17%). (as of June 16, 2018 2:00 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The WristRipper® is a wrist roller exercise device that puts a new twist on one of the oldest and most effective ways to strengthen your hands, wrists and forearms – the wrist roller. In just minutes a day, you can improve your wrist and forearm strength. The forearm muscles are the key to wrist and grip strength which is why this product is used by golfers, baseball players, hockey players, tennis players, body builders and rock climbers. This product will help improve performance for any activity that requires grip strength and the use of your hands and wrists. Simply roll the weight up and down as many times as you can to exercise and strengthen your hands, wrists and forearms. Depending on how strong you are, it is recommend to start with 2.5lbs or 5lbs and add additional weight as you get stronger. This product allows for multiple gripping options. You can grip the handle or outer knobs to work different ranges of motion to get a complete forearm workout. Weight plates are not included with the product and can be purchased at Amazon.com, local sporting good stores or other online retailers. The weight-loading pin is compatible with 1" standard; and 2" olympic weight plates.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • ASIN: B00IOCS3G4

Customer Reviews

Nice forearm exercise

 on June 28, 2017
By Stephen
This is a pretty cool wrist roller. I like the flat band. The band has an adjustable length which is nice. When you shorten the length, you get excess length hanging which doesn’t look too aesthetically pleasant, but it doesn’t get in the way of the exercise at all so it’s fine. Changing weights is easy to do, and it holds standard sized weight plates. You get a really nice shoulder workout with this if you hold it straight out.

Effective forearm exercise

 on February 28, 2017
By Ultimate Fighter Wannabe:)
Will feel the forearm BURN with even a 5 pound weight after several reps! Very humbling. The wrist ripper is a quality product for the vast majority of folks. When and if you become a forearm monster, you could go for the one sold on Rogue fitness for a lot more money.

The first real solution for my elbow tendonitis!

 on May 29, 2016
By jark87
I’ve been struggling with elbow tendonitis (tennis elbow) for more than a year. Multiple (and painful) injections, coupled with expensive physical therapy, would offer temporary relief, but the tendonitis always returned. A friend told me about an exercise device that helped strengthen wrists and forearms. I found the Wrist Ripper on Amazon and after a few weeks, my tendonitis is almost gone! I’m only using a 1.25 lb weight, as I’m just looking for relief at this juncture. I use it for a few minutes 4-5 times per day and it truly is working! While the Wrist Ripper was a little more expensive than some other devices, I chose it because of the good reviews and that it has logical features, such as rubberized handles. I’ve not regretted spending a little more – simple to use and it works perfectly!

Popeye forearms

 on May 31, 2015
By The Matt
Despite doing all kinds of exercise, my dainty wrists and forearms are a major weak point…they feel weak and just lifting gallon jugs of milk seems taxing on my puny forearms, which is why I decided to fork over 50 bucks for the Wrist Ripper and do some isolated forearm exercises because the compound lifts such as pull-ups, pushups, and kettlebell moves don’t seem to be helping to strengthen this area, contrary to what i’ve read. In addition to the Wrist Ripper, I purchased four 2.5lb weight plates. Wow, Just rolling this thing up and down for a few quick sets after my main workout did wonders for my wrists and forearms…and with just 7.5lbs of weight! I’m almost ready for the full ten pounds — you really don’t need major poundage with these wrist rollers. The roller is well built with a good grippy surface, though I do think the clip/carabiner doodad that attaches to the separate plastic doohickey is needlessly hard to manipulate — the spring is too stiff — but maybe that’s just my weak forearms…haha. I expect this thing to last years. I think it’s worth the 50-buck investment. I’ll update this review if my thoughts change.

Best wrist strengthening device ever invented ? ?

 on May 29, 2016
By chiptex
I have two of these. I have been a rower for over 46 years and I have used various wrist strengthening systems – including machines in gyms and home-made wooden dowel + rope rigs. The ripper is the best ever for three reasons:

Works great so far!

 on April 29, 2017
By Michael Donohue
I’ve only had the product for a couple weeks but I’ve already mixed it in throughout my weekly gym routine. It works great! Too good actually. I was wrong in assuming I could start with a 10 lb plate for more than a couple reps because it really burns your forearms out. Although I’ve not yet tried, I definitely wouldn’t start your day with this as it’ll really fatigue your grip for heavier barbells and dumbbells later.

Best buy product

 on September 29, 2016
By A
came quick..works as advertised and is easy to use…I looked at the other items like this and found the were badly made and found this one..glad I did as it works. ( now if I can only get motivated to work out more). as products go this one is perfect for working out your hands and wrists. to start go get a 5 lbs plate for workouts as you can hurt your wrist easy. 3 sets of 10 for first week….DO NOT WORK OUT ANY PART OF YOUR BODY AT MAX WEIGHT TO SHOW OFF. sorry..had to make sure kids do not hurt themselves. 

Works great, I love how it isolates the wrist and …

 on July 27, 2016
By SK
Works great, I love how it isolates the wrist and forearm with a more comfortable motion than traditional wrist curls. This would be 5 stars, but I am concerned to see that it flexes a bit under heavier loads (50 pounds or more). I have opted to reduce weight and increase speed and reps.

Good product but expensive.

 on January 12, 2016
By Andrew R.
I work out often at home and my forearms were noticeably smaller then the rest of my arm. This makes your forearms burn! I would say it’s pretty well made, just have to be careful not to slam the weight down because the “pin” that holds the weight is plastic. For $50 it should be metal. A little expensive, but it’ll give your forearms a good workout. I like how strap stays centered while using it, compared to the old “rope and stick” method.
 

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