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I seen that gods of grip have some new grippers, 

has any one check them out

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6 hours ago, John Knowlton said:

I seen that gods of grip have some new grippers, 

has any one check them out

Hey John I've been talking to @mcalpine1986about this on his training log(he's in England) he may have some insights maybe he can chine in here. 

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I was also curious if the springs are still a reskin of the 100-150-200-250-300-350 springs available in China? (Same as the prior line). The new handles look cool, that's for sure. I believe they are thicker than what is common, maybe kind of like the Silvis Monster Hunter handles. Would be interested to know more. 

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3 hours ago, Bigfoot Grip said:

Also the gripboards @Terry Conjugate Irondid a review of the GoG grippers but they may be the older ones I'm not sure. 

 

These colors look so good together. Props to the company for the designs 

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5 hours ago, Bigfoot Grip said:

Also the gripboards @Terry Conjugate Irondid a review of the GoG grippers but they may be the older ones I'm not sure. 

 

That is correct. These are the Godlike grippers. The first series they made. 

I had to look it up. Wasn't aware of the Elite series they put out. Thanks for the heads up! 

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2 hours ago, Cannon said:

I was also curious if the springs are still a reskin of the 100-150-200-250-300-350 springs available in China? (Same as the prior line). The new handles look cool, that's for sure. I believe they are thicker than what is common, maybe kind of like the Silvis Monster Hunter handles. Would be interested to know more. 

Yeah they do look thicker. I only have the first series they made. Godlike series. 

New ones look nice. 

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1 hour ago, SkyHeart said:

These colors look so good together. Props to the company for the designs 

They're also not very wide which allows for decent TNS training. Unfortunately for me, the 300lbs gripper I have is VERY wide. I made a post about it on IG last year. Mine is close to 8cm wide between the handles 

So closing that might take another couple of years haha

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So far the info I have on them:

Features:

Precision engineered handles

Meticulous knurling

Hand wound springs

Rust proof coating

Made in the UK

Assembled by the Gods Of Grip team

20mm thick

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Edited by Busa
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Nice

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1 hour ago, Terry Conjugate Iron said:

They're also not very wide which allows for decent TNS training. Unfortunately for me, the 300lbs gripper I have is VERY wide. I made a post about it on IG last year. Mine is close to 8cm wide between the handles 

So closing that might take another couple of years haha

It reminds me of how my off brand 200, and off brand 250 are both easier and more difficult than eachother 😆 for instance, my 250 is wider, but just feels smoother to close, while the narrow 200 is more stiff but is easier to finalize with the handles meeting. they both are nice for practicing my set technique though since im not yet closing my 300 (unless I'm doing several negatives with it) 😁

You'll get there sooner or later! 

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55 minutes ago, Busa said:

So far the info I have on them:

Features:

Precision engineered handles

Meticulous knurling

Hand wound springs

Rust proof coating

Made in the UK

Assembled by the Gods Of Grip team

20mm thick

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The difficulty range for these reminds me a little of what I read about the ratings of HeavyGrips from Canon Powerworks, except i think some of the HG350s were higher than 175 

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2 hours ago, Busa said:

So far the info I have on them:

Features:

Precision engineered handles

Meticulous knurling

Hand wound springs

Rust proof coating

Made in the UK

Assembled by the Gods Of Grip team

20mm thick

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This isn't Tom is it? 

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13 hours ago, Bigfoot Grip said:

Hey John I've been talking to @mcalpine1986about this on his training log(he's in England) he may have some insights maybe he can chine in here. 

Thanks for the shoutout. 

The older godlike Grippers i had were not the best. Just cheap generic made in china ones, i didnt like them at all and sold them. 

The new elite series are hand made in England and look fantastic. They have 20mm handles and fairly harsh knurling by the looks of it.

Ive just ordered the Elite 5 what average 120lbs RGC. Ill chime in when it arrives. 

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Cool thanks

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