I really like those handles.
Solid, lightweight (perfect also for travelling), good grip and allows for new pull-up grip variations. Can also be used with resistance bands. Recommended!
John D. (GR)
Great for pull-ups
I have Been using these on my pull-up bar, great for pull ups!!
Bill B. (US)
Secure and sturdy
A welcomed addition to my pull up bar, allows for greater variety and flexibility with exercises. Noticed less elbow stress as well. A worthwhile investment.
Keith D. (US)
The canted pull-up handles
I already have the neutral grip handles. The canted handles allows even more variation.
Since I work full body functional workouts after doing all sort of pushups I finish with the grips in supinated position for the biceps involvement. Great add to my home gym!!!!!!
Larry W. (US)
Swissies45 - So Close to Perfect
As a neutral grip adjustment handle, I was immediately drawn to these grips, they appear to be made of a high quality molded plastic that fit comfortably in my hands.
The ONLY drawback/criticism I have with these grips is that the "neck" following the knurling of the grip that lead into the hooks are a little on the short side. Were these "necks" extended by maybe an INCH, these would be Perfect.
The reason being is for resistance band (or non-barbell handle) use, the end of the hook is less than half an inch from my knuckle-pads. If I rotate my grip to a push or curl position, the end of the hook literally rests into the back of my hand, depending on the angle or force of resistance, can dig into the back of my hands. And if I wanted to try a pressing angle or grip, the hook presses into the underside of my palm (thenar eminence).
For my current use with bands, these are adequate and unique for their ease of use.