Handexer – FAQ

1. Can the Handexer be squeezed for as long as a minute and get a continuous readout for the whole minute?

Yes. If the Handexer is squeezed for a minute, it will show a continuous readout, and capture the maximum handgrip strength during use.
Yes, the hand dynamometer can be used for isometric exercises. Here is a brief guide to isometric exercises with the hand dynamometer for your reference.
(a) Measure your max handgrip with the hand dynamometer.
(b) Squeeze 1/3 of your max grip for 2 minutes for each hand with one minute of rest between.
(c) 3 repetitions = 12 minutes total.
(d) Do this 3 to 5 days a week.
(e) Positive results should occur within 4 to 8 weeks, but you'll be able to see your progress immediately.
Yes, the hand dynamometer can adjust for a range of hand sizes. The opening of dynamometer handle is 3.3 X 1.3 inches. There is an adjustable gear to get the ideal grasp for your hands.
Yes. This hand dynamometer has a maximum grip stength of 265 lbs.
The TPR rubber grip on the handle is very firm so that it accurately measures grip strength. A soft grip with some give would not provide an accurate reading. For those with delicate hands, we recommend a pair of gloves for frequent use.
Sure, the decimal precision of the hand dynamometer is 0.2lb or 0.1 kg.
Yes, this hand dynamometer can work for children who are 10 years old and above. The adjustable gear in the handle can be turned for an ideal grasp. The package includes information showing the typical grip strength for people aged 10-99.
No, you don't have to calibrate it. The hand dynamometer was well-calibrated by machines as part of the manufacturing process.
Yes, the typical hand grip strength will vary based on age and gender. For example, the normal grip strength range for a 60-year-old man is 66.6-105.8lbs. Please see the chart on the Handexer product page. for typical hand grip strength for healthy individuals. Please note, your results may vary.
Simply press the UNIT button to convert between LB / KG.
Yes, the Handexer comes with 2 AAA batteries.
No, this hand dynamometer is not suitable for muscle testing. However, it is a professional tool to measure your hand grip strength.
Yes, the hand dynamometer will show a continual readout, including any variations in strength during testing. It will also capture the maximum handgrip strength during the test.
The Handexer comes with a 2-year warranty.
The sensors inside are designed to have more than 20k uses, which means you may use this dynamometer for more than 5 years.