Square Rolling Handle 70mm (2.76″) (custom made by Robert Baraban)

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(1 customer review)

599,00 SEK

Single rotating square handle with the size 70x70mm (2.76″x2.76″) for exercising grip & wrist strength, specially designed for Armwrestlers and others engaged in sports that require grip & wrist strength.
Easily connected to a Loading Pin for lifting exercises or to a cable machine/cable-cross for pull-down or rowing exercises.
The square shape fills a function for Armwrestling strength, which you simply have to test yourself to understand how well it works.
How to choose the right size? See picture #3 for information on how to measure for the correct handle size.

The package contains:
1 x Square Rolling Handle 70mm (2.76″)

3 in stock



  • NOTE! We recommend lubricating the handle’s moving contact surfaces about once a year in order to maintain optimal rotation and avoid squeaking sounds. The handle is delivered pre-treated with lubricant upon purchase.
  • Made entirely of steel and contains no wear parts that need replacing. Works just as well after 10 years as when it is new. Built to last a lifetime.
  • Exposes wrists and fingers for a load that can be directly transferred to Armwrestling through the rotating grip surfaces which trains the wrist flexors in combination with static finger strength.
  • Works great for both dynamic (movement) or static (hold still and withstand the load).
  • NOTE! This handle cannot be compared with Rolling Thunder or similar rolling handles, as it generates completely different types of load. The square shape fills a function for just Armwrestling strength, which no other handle can mimic.

Additional information

Weight 1.750 kg
Dimensions 22 × 18 × 9 cm

1 review for Square Rolling Handle 70mm (2.76″) (custom made by Robert Baraban)

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Martinez

    Amazing handles, totally love them. Have been searching for square shaped handles just to target the fingers correctly for armwrestling. I did notice that the size is important though, as you should be able reach with your pinky over the edge on the opposite side when holding your full hand against the side. Have been using it for several months now and already noticed how much stronger I have became on the table. Much easier to contain other peoples top-rolls. Highly recommended!

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