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BandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band
Sunday 20th January 2019
HometennisBandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band

BandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band

BandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band

  • Price : $13.41
  • Product Rating :
    Tennis Stuff - 5
  • BandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band : Tennis Training Aids : Sports & Outdoors.. More

Product Reviews

Amazon Price: $17.05 $13.41 You save: $3.64 (21%). (as of January 20, 2019 6:38 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

This athletic therapy device is designed to aid in relief and prevention of pain associated with tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress injuries, and cumulative trauma disorders sustained in the workplace or recreational environments. The hook and loop strap around two padded compressors, adjusting for comfort and fit without inhibiting circulation. Ideal for sports, work, and home use. One size fits most.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 1.5 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • Origin:  USA
  • ASIN: B000FML7SW
  • Item model number: ABI00

Customer Reviews

The best of the best in this product category

 on September 4, 2017
By Joe D.
I can’t explain it, however, this is without question the best product for preventing tennis elbow. I’ve tried a lot of them and the BandIT has given me the best overall relief. My best guess is it’s due to the width of the coverage area and the consistent pressure the rubber pad creates (as opposed to a gel- or air-filled pouch on most other products. Because of the rubber pad design, it’s also infinitely easier to clean than those other neoprene covered products. A single alcohol pad does the trick. The velcro strap is highly durable and comfortable, despite its rudimentary, abrasive appearance. I’ve been able to play tennis with great confidence of avoiding reinjury due to this band. I really can’t say enough about it.

Sharp, stiff Velcro edges, burrs on plastic!

 on January 11, 2018
By Julia
This was recommended to me, though I already had one I liked—one that did NOT have such stiff velco straps that the edges could cut into you. The velcro straps aren’t anchored on anything else, such as soft padding. WORSE, the hard plastic (why?) had plastic burrs on the underside, the underside that is next to your skin. I had to file them down smooth, buy I shouldn’t have had to. When moving around, that plastic and those strap edges come in contact with your skin. My doc advised that I used a band 23 hours a day. No way I could do that in this one.

Be patient and this band will help

 on January 27, 2018
By Steve Steiner
If you have either tennis elbow or golfers elbow this is the best gadget I have found to help you recover. With that said, do not expect miracles.

It has a certain application when treating tennis elbow but it is not an all-in-one solution.

 on March 8, 2015
By Shantastic
The treatment of tennis elbow is a kind of multifaceted process. To avoid surgery (or lifelong pain) you need to strengthen the muscles around the damaged tendons, you need to alter your movements to let the tendons heal, you need to protect the tendons during everyday activity, and you need to have something to wear when you are being active. The BandIT is what I wear for sleeping and desk work. It is not good to wear during a work-out, raking leaves or shoveling snow. However, that does not mean it does not have it’s functions.

Exactly What You Need For Tennis Elbow

 on June 23, 2017
By Tyler Fullington
This arm band lets me lift worry free again, finally! My tennis elbow began after playing ping pong every day for 6 months (with poor form), extensive to-failure lifting, and then finally reached a painful level when I climbed a friends porch in an awkward way. I went to my orthopedic surgeon to confirm this and sure enough he determined I do in fact have tennis elbow and reccomended as a first step to try working out with this specific type of band due to the hard support on either side. I was given the opportunity to buy the band from the doctor on the spot, but I just remembered the brand and got one here, saved about $15.

Couldn’t find mine from years ago and borrowed one from …

 on October 16, 2017
By tfro
Couldn’t find mine from years ago and borrowed one from a friend after having tennis elbow issues cropping up recently. When I took it off I could feel something different and the issues have been almost completely gone ever since. This is the go to tennis elbow brace in my tennis world – I bought two so I could use while golfing, which is actually what causes my tennis elbow!.

This works for my Tennis/Mouse-Elbow pain better than anything I’ve ever tried, including injections.

 on May 31, 2018
By IT Pro Dad
I had the worst tendonitis I’ve ever had in my life. I had injections, months of physical therapy but he most relief of the pain, which gave my body a chance to heal, was my BandIT. I tried the drug-store brands for carpel tunnel and tennis-elbow, but they made my entire arm sweat and did not put the right amount of pressure only at the correct points. This one you can adjust the position of the pads and the strap barely touches the skin, at least on my arm. My physical therapist is the one who suggested the brand because of its design.

Helped with my pain

 on November 19, 2014
By K. Murphy
Why I bought: I have been having sharp pains in my upper forearm and around elbow. After over use between video games with the kids, shrub and tree work & my work (I draw for a living) I found I could not lift anything with my right hand/ arm without a sharp pain shoot through my arm. I was on a long wait to see my doctor & didn’t want to spend the large out of pocket fee for the walk-in clinic. I talked with a few people at a pharmacy. They noted my arm was swollen (which I hadn’t really noticed). They guessed it could be carpal tunnel/ tennis elbow. And I needed a wrap. But they only sold hand or wrist ones. Most other bands I saw were just velcro wraps- though a friend suggested Futuro brand. When I searched it on Amazon the Frequently Bought Together sections showed the Band-it.

Comfortable and Effective

 on July 1, 2015
The BandIT Forearm Band is the ONLY thing I have found that relieved and helped heal the relentless tendinitis pain in my forearm. It is easy to adjust and place on my arm without assistance and comfortable enough to wear for long periods of time without it annoying the tar out of me. It does make my arm sweaty where it is placed, so I cut the tube part off of one of my husband’s socks and simply slide it into place first then put the BandIT over it. It stays put and the straps do not stretch out of shape.


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