Digi-Flex Green Hand and Finger Exercise System, 5 lbs Resistance

December 16, 2018 - Comment

The Digi-Flex hand therapy device develops isolated finger strength, flexibility and coordination as it builds hand and forearm strength. Weights of hand therapy device refer to lbs. per finger. Entire unit lbs. are also listed for the digi-flex hand exercise device. Product Features The Digi-Flex hand therapy device develops isolated finger strength, flexibility and coordination

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The Digi-Flex hand therapy device develops isolated finger strength, flexibility and coordination as it builds hand and forearm strength. Weights of hand therapy device refer to lbs. per finger. Entire unit lbs. are also listed for the digi-flex hand exercise device.

Product Features

  • The Digi-Flex hand therapy device develops isolated finger strength, flexibility and coordination as it builds hand and forearm strength
  • Weights of hand therapy device refer to lbs per finger
  • Entire unit lbs are also listed for the digi-flex hand exercise device
  • Green color
  • 5 lbs Weight

Comments

Anonymous says:

I have carpal tunnel and arthritis in both hands I have all manner of hand exercisers but this one is a bit different. It actually exercises each finger if it is used properly. I found that if I squeeze it with just my finger tips, like if I was playing a trumpet, instead of choking up on it with my whole hand, this is a much more effective exerciser. It will show you just how week your pinky finger really is. One problem with this style hand excerciser or should I say finger exerciser is it is not adjustable. The resistance is set and color coded. The red one has 3 lbs resistance. The green one, the one I picked up on a Lightning Round has 5 lbs of resistance and so forth. So when you build up your strength you will have to buy the color for the next higher restance. This could get expensive. Even so, I would highly recomend this for anyone starting out or trying to improve finger strength to play the guitar, especially an acoustic. Maybe even a brass instrument. I don’t play any musical instrument other than my stereo and my…

Anonymous says:

Very Well Worth the Purchase I broke my finger a few months ago & needed surgery and physical therapy (still in PT). I’ve managed to get most of the contraptions that my therapist, uses. This is one the most useful gadgets that she uses on me, so I found one here for home use. WOW! It is working like a charm! My singer’s. strength and dexterity have greatly improved.My therapist says that it’s especially useful for musicians, especially guitarists who have injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome and mild arthritis. I’m none of the above, and could’ve made do with therapeutic putty. Despite that, I’m very happy with the purchase. It’s sturdy, and it arrived ahead of schedule. My ONLY regret is that I didn’t buy a set because my fingers have nearly outgrown this one & soon I’ll need one with more PSI. It’s a wise investment for those who have my above listed finger ailments.

Anonymous says:

My Guitar Playing Has Benefited! As a 71 year-old guitar player, I realized I needed to do something to strengthen the finger muscles on my left (fretting) hand and had been looking around for the the right thing. This seems to be it! I can sit around watching TV or reading and exercise my fingers (and grip) without really paying any attention to it… and it is showing results after only a week or so – especially in my improved ability to hold barre chords where my left index finger has to firmly hold down all 6 strings (or all 12 on my ‘twelver.’)A great little tool – much appreciated and regularly used.

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