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#1 (permalink)      12/5/2019 6:25:38 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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And this is ???
If I knew what this is, I'd be tempted to buy one.....
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It's a gyroscope. The idea, as I understand it, is that you roll it up to speed, then try to twist it around in your hand, with the gyro as resistance (and with the resistance showing up as movement in another direction that you also need to resist). It's not gym time, but it'll sell to the sort of people who want to attain Olympic levels of strength and fitness from infomercial gadgets.
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Over a thousand squonk products available at Fasttech
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Oh, look... an infomercial.
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Not much use to me then.....I get enough wrist action with masturbating...:) :)
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Gyroscopic Wrist Trainer, to strengthen the muscles of the hand and forearm
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No, it's a children's toy from forty-five years ago with some LEDs added (those LEDs would have cost something like $100 by themselves back then), marketed as a "strength trainer" because kids aren't interested in toy gyroscopes anymore.