Handgrips

Add Your Choice of Handgrips

Rand-Scot knows that one type does not fit all. Whether you have a full, partial, or weak hand grasp, you can depend on Rand-Scot to match your needs. All of our handgrips have the Quick-Exchange feature enabling you to switch handgrip options in seconds without tools.


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Standard Handgrips

If you have a full or nearly full hand grasp, then this is the grip for you. Whenever you want to work out, just grab these grips and go!

 

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Limited Grasp Handgrips

If you lack hand grasp or yours is limited, then these handgrips may be just what you need. For a quadriplegic with curled fingers and weak wrist flexion, these are the best handgrips. Two adjustable “knuckle pads” hold the hand (as pictured). The grip can be used with one, both or neither knuckle pad. To use these grips, just initially adjust the knuckle pads to fit your hands. Then, slip your hands into the open end of each grip and start cranking away, whenever you wish. It’s just that easy! Not recommended for a complete lack of grasp with straight fingers.

 

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Adjustable Loop Handgrips

Some folks with partial grasp prefer these grips. Just slip your hand into the loop, pull the D-ring to tighten the Velcro strap, and then slip the handgrip tubes onto the Quick-Exchange™ cores. Not recommended for a complete lack of grasp with straight fingers.

 

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2-Way Angled Handgrips

Some customers told us that they love their Saratoga Cycle, however they would like a handgrip that enables changing hand positions during long workouts. These grips provide 2 choices for positioning: horizontal and 45-degree. These different angles provide a variety of comfortable positions while also exercising different muscle groups. In addition, the cyclist has the choice of keeping both hands close to the cycle or exercising while the hands are spread apart.

 

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3-Way Angled Hangrips

These grips are just like the 2-Way Angled grips, but provide 3 choices for positioning: horizontal, 45-degrees, and 23-degrees. These different angles provide a variety of comfortable positions while also exercising different muscle groups. In addition, the cyclist has the choice of keeping both hands close to the cycle or exercising while the hands are spread apart.

 
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