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Grip Strength Meter (Dynometer)

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Grip Strength Meter (Dynometer) is a device designed to measure the users hand gripping strength.  It is made from 4 components: a fuel pump pressure gauge, a rubber tube, a tubing connector and a plastic water bottle. By the way, my grip is about 7 psi (20 * 7 = 140 pounds).

Material:

  • Fuel Pressure Gauge Kit
  • Tube
  • Connector
  • Water bottle
  • Hot Glue Gun

 

Author: JimRD

Technical Specifications: 

Step 1: Insert tubing connector into bottle cap.
Drill a quarter inch hole in the bottle cap. Insert the quarter inch tubing connector (you can buy one at Home Depot for 99 cents) into the hole and glue using glue gun on both sides.

Step 2: Connect all the parts.
Attach the quarter inch hose to the pump and the bottle top tubing connector with clamps.Screw on water bottle and squeeze.

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Price: 
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as of: 
12/15/2015
Additional Pricing Notes: 
Cost of supplies and materials. Estimated cost $15.00.
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Grip Strength Meter (Dynometer)