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  • Powerball Hand Held Pro Neon Gyroscope
  • Powerball Hand Held Pro Neon Gyroscope
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This innovative gyroscope scrolls your acheived score magically across the surface of the rotor (as opposed to displaying it instantly on a digital speed meter as with other models in the range).

The rotor also displays an entrancing collection of 'firelines' as it spins, ranging from red to blue in colour and generating a truly amazing effect depending on the speed at which it is revolving

There are no batteries required for any aspect of this product - everything is operated by induction, including the counter feature.

Features:

• Shell Colours: Blue, Green or Red
• Product weight: 278g
• Supplied with: 2 starting chords, instructions,
• Warranty: Manufacturers lifetime warranty on all parts
• A safe, effective way to strengthen hands, wrists, arms & fingers
• Perfect for increasing handlebar grip strength, musical dexterity or even relieving RSI and arthritic conditions!

Sports that benefit from the Powerball:

• Golf, Tennis, Squash
• All forms of Biking!
• Any sport that requires upper arm strength
  • Colour: Amber
 
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 Ótima para exercícios Como fico muito tempo no computador a Powerball é excelente para exercitar meus pulsos enquanto estou sentado. 07 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very addictive This gadget will train quite a few muscle groups in your arm, and shoulder. It is also used for re-training and preventing damage when using PC mice extensively. I have a max of 12262 rpm and I've been training with this for some weeks now. 30 August 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fun training gadget This is a pretty addicting training gadget, useful for training the fingers, wrist, underarm. 23 August 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by It works This gyro is functioning as advertised. Very addictive, sometimes I need to have a powerball running in one hand while doing normal daily tasks single-handedly.. Very nice with the counter.. Recently, my roommate also got hooked, got one for himself, and it all turned into competition.. 26 May 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Surprisingly GOOD! Hey, I saw these a while back, but never really found out what they were. I saw them again the other day and curiosity got the better of me. Into YouTube I typed it and I was sold! So many good reviews, fun, exercise and last but not least addiction! My family laughed at me when I told them I ordered one, now they won't stop asking me for a go! They say they will buy their own one if I don't! Haha. It's not difficult to learn at all, my second go and I had it spinning nice and fast, got 10,064 on my first day (the day I wrote this review!) and my young sister was able to do it too! My arms and wrists are killing me now, but I'm sure that will go away after I get used to it, just shows how it actually does do some good! I got the Blue Neon one, very bright. Cool for at home, but just draws too much attention if you bring it out! BUY ONE, you won't regret it! (P.S. The price here is by far the best you will get anywhere, delivered Christmas even after ordering it 2 days beforehand! Well done again CRC!) 24 December 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by mola un monton es mejor que la compres con el cuentarevoluciones, sino no tiene gracia. Yo compre para regalar, es adictivo, ahora te duele el brazo y eso solo con 11000 vueltas 24 December 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by I bought it when i read that it reduces wrist pain from keyboards.You need some exercise at the begining but when you learn to spin you can't stop! My wrist don't complain any more.You sould try it! 23 December 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by Fun for a while It`s fun for a few weeks learning how to use it and getting good but it soon disappears into the drawer never to come out again. 15 October 2008
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