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Powerball 250 Hz Pro


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  • Perfect for golfers, musicians, squash, tennis, fencing, basketball, badminton, archery, cricket etc
  • Use for rehabilitation and relief from carpal tunnel syndrome and RSI.
  • 250Hz Pro Powerball comes with a digital speedmeter/counter
  • Not suitable for Children Under 14yrs

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  • Item Weight: 132 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 132 g
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  • ASIN: B000OT8JQE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 Mar. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,002 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 14 years. For use under adult supervision

Product Description

Product Description

Faites travailler votre poignet et devenez un adepte du Powerball. Cette balle giroscopique délivre une grande force centrifuge pour détendre les muscles de vos avant-bras et de vos épaule tout en vous amusant.

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    Customer Reviews

    4.1 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    126 of 131 people found the following review helpful By The Admiral on 17 May 2007
    Colour Name: Blue
    I wasn't quite sure what this was or exactly what it did when I saw it. However I ordered it after reading a few reviews. Stupid thing to do? Absolutly NOT! Powerballs are brilliant, but hard work. It looks like a plastic ball encased by another plastic ball. But set it going and its more of a work-out than using free weights. Once you set it going give it five minutes, if that!, and you will feel it working. It works out your fingers, wrist, forearm and upper arm. For somehing that looks so simple it is absolutly amazing.

    After I brought one I showed a few mates, every person I showed now has one. Most reviews seem a bit extreme, but they really are as good as these people say. Worth the next-to-nothing price they are.

    Buy one and you won't regret it!
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    115 of 120 people found the following review helpful By J. Fletcher on 2 Aug. 2007
    I've been using powerballs since the start of the year and the difference it's made to my arms is definitively note-worthy. They are a little hard to comprehend at first since the way people explain their use can be a little confusing. They work purely on moving your wrist and arm in an egg whisking motion. When you pull the cord, the internal ball starts spinning, when you move your wrist, the ball will resist by means of inertia. My advice would be to `feel' the resistance and push against it, this in turn pushes the ball round, the harder and faster you push, the greater the resistance and the faster the ball spins. There are no motors or gears or anything like that, just a gyro in a shell. It took me about 2 hours to figure out how to keep the ball going, but once you catch on it's extremely addictive. One warning, you will get blisters, but probably worse still, you won't be able to put it down even if you have them, it's that addictive.

    My advice would be to give them a chance if you can't get it straight away, try holding it in a different way, take it slow and whisk wide. Also, and more importantly, get the balls with the counters, these are what make them addictive, just getting those few extra rpm's is what makes this fun, not to mention keeps competition going with friends.

    Do not be put off by your low speeds to begin with, most people start at about 7000 - 9000 rpm and then level off at 12,000 rpm, it's at this point that things get tough since the resistance goes up exponentially. 12,000 rpm is actually not a bad score, although the leader board is filled with scores of 13,000+. At 14,000+ the entrants become a bit scarcer, and at 15,000, there are 14 people at last check, but the mighty Akis is some 500-rpm faster than the next best at 16,317.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Campbell on 11 May 2008
    I originally bought the Powerball as a cheap alternative to weights, and because I have an unhealthy love of gadgets. I have not been disappointed on either score. It takes a while initially to learn how to keep the ball spinning, but the effort is worthwhile and the instructions provided with the ball are clear and easy to follow. The Powerball's cult following is very useful in this respect, and there are dozens of videos on youtube giving tutorials on everything from flick starting with your thumb to taking the ball apart for maintenance.

    I play guitar, and have noticed improvements in stamina since using the Powerball. I'm also soon to be getting back into archery and looking forward to seeing how much difference the ball has made on that front. The website is excellent - there are extensive instructions on how to clean and maintain the ball, and some useful videos showing how to hold the ball in order to work specific muscle groups. I have no complaints about the support available, and this coupled with the warrenty and the build quality fully justifies the price of the product.

    In short, I love the powerball and would recommend it to anyone. I'm hoping one of these + a flexi-bar will mean paying for gym membership becomes a thing of the past.
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    54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Spider Monkey HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 24 Feb. 2007
    Colour Name: Blue
    I have been using my powerball for over two years now and I love it as much now as when I first got it. The manufacturer's description really doesn't do this product justice, although their website does. If you use this powerball at low speeds it is great for RSI and other wrist/arm injuries. At high speeds it gives an amazing workout and really builds up all the arm and shoulder muscles. The build quality is incredible (do not be tempted by inferior wannabes) and the lifetime guarantee is unbeatable. I've had to replace a small part already (due to my intensive usage!) and they sent out the part quickly, free of charge and with full fitting instructions, can't say fairer than that! It is truly addictive and put it on a table in a room full of friends and you will all soon be fighting to out do one another on high speeds and other stats that the computer on top measures. I could write so much more about this product, but really you've got to buy one and try for yourself, you will not regret it!

    Feel free to check out my blog which can be found on my profile page.
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    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By D. J. Burton TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 Nov. 2008
    There are a lot of Powerballs to choose from; if you're undecided then go for this one. It has the digital display which is a must-have, and none of the other gimmicks the other Powerballs have that only serve to slow the ball down.

    Starting the ball can be awkward with the lace, but after a while you will be able to do this with your hand and bin the lace - at this point the Powerball is a lot more fun and accessible. It will take a few days to learn the proper technique of spinning the ball - persevere at this because once it is mastered you hardly have to move your arm to keep it spinning. It's surprising how much forearm muscle you'll use with this minimal movement.

    They are a lot of fun and are one of the best ways to build up forearm strength. A bit like the hand spring grips you can get but you are more likely to use the Powerball because of the variety of things you can do, and the fact there is the challenge of beating your personal best.

    Highly recommended, and a great gift idea.
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