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The original NSD Powerball® Gyroscope – build strength and rehabilitate injury with the world’s most powerful hand exerciser.

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POWERBALL COMPARISON
280 Powerball Classic280 Powerball Pro280 Autostart Classic280 Autostart Pro280 Autostart Fusion ProHybrid Autostart ClassicHybrid Autostart ProDiablo Evo Autostart ClassicDiablo Evo Autostart ProTitan Autostart Pro
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Automatic StartYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Cord StartYesYes
Drop ResistantYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Rotor LightsBlue & Red
LCD Speed MeterYesYesYesYesYesYes
StrengtheningYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
RehabilitationYesYesYesYesYes(At low spin speed)(At low spin speed)(At low spin speed)(At low spin speed)(At low spin speed)
Force @ 10,000 RPM11.3kg/24.91lbs11.3kg/24.91lbs11.3kg/24.91lbs11.3kg/24.91lbs11.3kg/24.91lbs18.4kg/40.56lbs18.7kg/41.23lbs18.7kg/41.23lbs18.7kg/41.23lbs22.7kg/50.04lbs
Rotor MaterialPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSSolid ZincSolid ZincSolid ZincSolid ZincSolid Zinc
Shell MaterialPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSPolycarbonate/ABSStainless SteelStainless SteelAluminum
WEIGHT262g/8.87oz265g/9oz263g/8.9oz266g/9oz270g/9.12oz354g/12.5oz354g/12.5oz350g/12.4oz357g/12.6oz520g/18.34oz
Carry Case IncYesYesYesYesYes
DO POWERBALLS REQUIRE A CORD TO START?

While we do offer a few within our range which are cord starts, the majority of range are ‘autostart’ models. The "Autostart" models feature an easy-to-use automatic starting mechanism.

WHAT DOES AUTOSTART MEAN?

Autostart Powerballs are fitted with an automatic starting mechanism and do not require a cord or string to get them started.
Simply wind back the rotor three or four times and release for quick and easy starts every time. Check out the 'instructions' page of our website for starting techniques and tips.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRO AND CLASSIC POWERBALL?

Powerball Classic and Powerball Pro are generally the same in every way, except that Powerball Pro comes with an inbuilt LCD speed counter for tracking spin speeds.

If you purchase a Classic Powerball, but later change your mind and decide you would like a Powerball with a speed counter, you can simply remove the classic ‘cap’ on the Powerball and attach a speed counter.
Speed counters may be purchased separately from our online store.

WHAT PARTS OF THE BODY DOES POWERBALL STRENGTHEN?

Powerball strengthens the entire kinetic chain of the arm - from fingertip right up to shoulder. If you’re interested in serious strengthening, then our Hybrid and Metal Series Powerballs are the right choice for you.
Strengthen your wrists for effective injury prevention, develop incredible grip strength and build muscle mass in the arms and shoulders - it’s as easy as picking up a Powerball.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I USE POWERBALL?

How often you use Powerball depends entirely on your level of fitness.
We recommend using Powerball for at least 5 minutes a day for strengthening purposes. Spin your Powerball at your maximum speed for 30 seconds for 4 sets (each arm).
For muscle endurance we recommend spinning the Powerball at 80% speed for a duration of 1 min and 4 sets (each arm).
If your aim with the Powerball is to rehabilitate/inflamation recovery, spin the Powerball at slow speeds for a duration of 30 min (15 min each arm).

WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE LCD SPEED COUNTER?

Hybrid Pro models feature a 4-mode LCD speed counter for keeping track of your strength and endurance gains. Monitoring your spin speeds will also help you to measure your strengthening progress and endurance gains. What’s more, the Powerball speed counter records and saves your highest spin speeds so that you can constantly improve on your results and compete against friends for the top score.

ARE BATTERIES REQUIRED TO OPERATE THESE PRODUCTS?

No batteries are required to operate these products. Powerball is powered solely by the rotation of your wrist.
The LCD speed counter on the other hand, is powered by the magnetic inertia generated by the spinning rotor.