I am working with David Horne on getting another order of his famous and popular V2-Vulcan Grippers and Wrist Developers shipped here to the United States.
Since it has worked out so smoothly in the past, I will be doing this on a pre-order basis. Just let me know that you are interested in a Vulcan V2, Wrist Developer, Thumb Screws, or extra Springs by either leaving a comment below or emailing me.
If you are not familiar with these pieces of equipment, let me tell you a bit about them.
Here is a video I put up, yesterday.
Here is some additional information on the many pieces of equipment I will be getting in from World of Grip.
Vulcan Gripper (V2)
The Vulcan Gripper is David Horne’s “nutcracker” style hand gripper that is adjustable over a variety of strength levels. It has two loading arms with notches which hold a coil spring. The spring can be adjusted up and down in order to adjust the difficulty level.
Vulcan V2 – January 2012, World of Grip
The Vulcan was re-designed late last year and is being sold as the V2. The new design has a slightly wider handle setting than the original, but it also is a much more attractive piece now, as some of the visual flaws of the first version have been removed and eliminated.
The V2 comes with a Crom spring, which is a chromed spring. The Crom spring is 3 levels harder than the silver/black dip spring that was shipped with Vulcans last year.
Other springs, white and orange, can be ordered. The white springs are very light, while the Orange Springs are a more moderate strength level. Springs from the V2 and original Vulcan will work with one another.
The Wrist Developer is a device that is designed to mimic and strengthen the movement pattern of Reverse Style Bending.
It uses a similar loading structure as the Vulcan / V2, with two bars and same dimensions. The Wrist Developer comes with its own Crom Spring. Springs are interchangeable between the Wrist Developer and V2.
Thumb Screws are attachments that go onto the handles of the Vulcan Gripper in order to train dynamic pinch, similar to a lever-action pinch training device.
If you are interested in picking up one or more of these items, please post a comment here or email me through the contact form.