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I have...

IM T

IM 2004 1

IM 2004 2

IM 2 (filed)

IM 3

HG 200

HG 300

and the Supergripper.

Including the supergripper I have 8

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foggymountainmuscle

I have:

2 pairs of store bought grippers (One pair we've had since I can remember, the other was in a package deal with some other fitness equipment.)

Filed Trainer, 2004

Filed #1, 2004

Hard #2, 2004

PDA 280

PDA 295

I've been told that PDA doesn't make the 280 and 295 anymore, but I haven't had that confirmed to me. I like the PDA grippers the best. The spread, handle width, and knurling all feel better to me than the CoCs. I plan on getting a #3 when I can close my PDA 280 and will file my #2 when I can close it with my left.

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climber511

I have

Several el cheapo's - friends keep bringing them over and saying "Close this one"

1 - COC #1 about 3 years old

1 - COC #2 about 3 years old

2 - COC #3 1 about 3 years old, 1 this year

1 - COC #4 this year's

1 - PDA 262

1 - HG 250

1 - HG 300

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climber511

Wanna- does the word gripperaholic apply?

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GarytheDino

Store

T

1

filed 1

hg 200

2

filed 2

super wide 2 on loan for my hg300

hg 250

SM

rb260n

3

3 on loan for my hard 3

rb260

Elite

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40 something.

4 grip machines too.

This describes me too! :help

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52. (7 or so are Mag's)

I don't know what went wrong. It all went by too fast. First a set of grippers, then a set at work, then the BB's, then the old heavy grips, the new heavy grips, too many (if there is a such thing) RB's... I worked out the total cost, and it was embarassing.

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52.  (7 or so are Mag's)

Give more of them to Maggie!! BTW, Eric... how is she doing on her grip training?? Tell her I said hi!! :D

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Scott Styles

I counted 452 grippers over 34 people. This means the average right now is a little over 13 grippers per person. It also means there's probably over $10,000 worth of grippers that have been sold just to the people in this thread. Crazy.

I better buy more to keep up...

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Wannagrip
I counted 452 grippers over 34 people.  This means the average right now is a little over 13 grippers per person.  It also means there's probably over $10,000 worth of grippers that have been sold just to the people in this thread.  Crazy.

I better buy more to keep up...

WHOA!

Maybe I need to start a new forum.

Gripper Anon

:stuart

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We admitted we were powerless over "grippers"

and our lives had become unmanageable.

Step 0ne

Gripaholics Anonymous (GA)

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1 store bought gripper

trainer

filed trainer

#1

filed #1

filed BB super advanced

BB Master

#2

filed #2

BB super advanced

BB grand master

#3

BB elite

BB super elite

BB grand elite

#4

BB Galaxy

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tarudriller

HG100

BBA

CoC #1 (well worn)

CoC #1 (new one one the way from IM)

BBSA

HG150

RB 160

ISG

Sorry about bringing down the average :laugh

Chris

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daniel_lidstrom

I've got the 4 essential ones:

#1

#2

#3

#4

These things are very easy to train with and still gives anyone a challenge. Maybe that is why they are so addictive?

Gripaholic

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EricMilfeld

#1

#2

#2 (filed)

#3

#3 (filed)

Elite

And I'm borrowing one from Strongmitts that is stamped "PDA 0502" on one handle (which I guess is the date), and on the other is stamped "185 CRC". Anyone know the significance of these second set of numbers and initials? This gripper has pretty much all of the identical dimensions of my Elite, and is a little bit easier, though much tougher than my #3's. I wonder if this is an Elite that PDA tested? But what is "185"? It certainly isn't the spring size.

By the way, it looks like I need to beef up my gripper collection. :cool

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Sean Dockery

#1

#2

Filed #2

SM

Filed PDA 280

Single stamped #3

01 #3

Filed #3

RB 260

Elite

Super Elite

Filed Super Elite

RB 300

01 #4

BB Pro

15 grippers is a bunch for a guy who doesn't like grippers....

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