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Takei Hand Grip Dynamometer

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This Analogue Hand Grip Dynamometer has a large, easy-to-read dial and scale. Gives wrist flexion measurement, translated to give general upper body strength.


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£ 235.00

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A hand measure changes in hand and forearm strength improvement following training.

A hand grip strength test dynamometer is a great tool to measure changes in hand and forearm strength improvement following training. It is the perfect, compact and portable hand power. 

With an easy to read dial analogue display and a quick and easily adjustable handle, the Takei dynamometer is suitable not only for all adults but also children over the age of 4 years old. 

Takei dynamometers are designed to measure hand grip strength and are well known as an industry standard piece of equipment and provides top performance for its users; Takei dynamometers can be seen in Schools, colleges, occupational health care environments as well as the service sector and professional sporting clubs for post training measurement.  

Industry Standard

Other grip strength test dynamometers are available. However, Takei hand dynamometer is World renown in the health, fitness and wellness industry for both their quality and accuracy allowing for years of service when looked after correctly.

Takei 5001 is the analogue model of the Takei dynamometer tests grip strength with an adjustable comfort grip allowing the user of the Takei dynamometer to change the distance between the palm and fingertips for both comfort and accurate measurement of grip strength for any sized hand. 

  • Takei 5001 hand dynamometer tests strength in kilogrammes force units which can be seen on an easily readable display. 
  • Takei analogue dynamometer has a measurement range between 0 - 100 kg of force, with increments of 1kgf.
  • The scale plate display has the following dimensions: 154mm W x 235mm D x 59mm H
  • The 5001 Takei Hand Dynamometer comes complete with instructions for use and the average grip values.

Grip strength test dynamometer Protocol

To measure grip strength clients should follow these instructions:

  1. Stand up. 
  2. Hold the grip dynamometer in one hand with your arm rest next to your thigh. 
  3. Adjust the grip dynonometer so the grip is between fingers and palm at the base of the thumb. 
  4. Hold firmly and begin to squeeze as much as possible - you should be aiming for maximal force. 

Normally record the score for the dominant side, unless the program requires otherwise.