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AaronCassebeer


Jul 31, 2014, 9:36 PM
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Gear Review: Armaid
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Here's a gear review we put together for the Armaid, a device to help combat forearm tightness and overuse syndromes:

http://theinspiredclimber.com/2014/07/30/armaid-review/

We hope this can help some of you. It certainly helps keep us on the rock.
-Aaron Cassebeer and Paisley Close


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i didn't read your review, but IMO it works. buy one. don't cheap out and buy the kit with the leg strap and the orange ball. word is bond. wu tang.


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I haven't used it consistently enough to say that it works (plus, I don't have any issues that it might work on, at the moment-- knock on wood).

But it definitely feels good and gives you a nice arm massage.


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AaronCassebeer wrote:
Here's a gear review we put together for the Armaid, a device to help combat forearm tightness and overuse syndromes:

http://theinspiredclimber.com/...07/30/armaid-review/

We hope this can help some of you. It certainly helps keep us on the rock.
-Aaron Cassebeer and Paisley Close

I made it clicky for you. Instead of using the (u) tag, which just underlines it, use (url).

The product looks pretty neat but a hundred bucks does seem a bit steep...


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worth every penny. in hindsight, i would have paid $300 for it.


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