Monday 22nd January 2018
HometennisBandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band

BandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band

BandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band

  • Price : $16.10
  • Product Rating :
    Tennis Stuff - 4.5
  • BandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band : Tennis Training Aids : Sports & Outdoors.. More

Product Reviews

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Amazon Price: $16.10 $16.10 (as of January 22, 2018 1:10 am – 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

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.

Best strap for tennis elbow!

 on January 15, 2018
By Td
I have been trying everything to cure my tennis elbow, physical therapy , dry needling, and nothing has worked. My hand and arm doctor recommended this brace and it’s been great. I could barely pick up anything with my left arm and alot of pain. With the strap it is protecting the damaged tendons and giving me my mobility back. I highly recommend. Always consult a medical professional first!

Durable and really works

 on August 20, 2017
By Laura Patton
I purchased one of these in 2010 or 2011. I wore twice or three times a week religiously while paddling with my dragon boat team for all those years firstly, to cure my dragon boat elbow and subsequently, to prevent it from coming back. It works! And it has lasted all these years of constant use. It finally broke in half and I purchased another one without hesitation.

The plastic also makes it easy to clean which makes it a good choice to …

 on September 10, 2016
By Sterling
I was hoping to find something on Amazon that would be a bit more “fashionable” for tennis elbow, but this item has worked well. I have used this along with an Ace Band made of fabric.

Not disappointed. LOVE this band

 on May 31, 2017
By Grammiliz
This is the second time I needed to use a “BandIT”. The first one I gave to someone after I no longer needed it because it worked so well for me. Years later I developed a different problem and knew this was the answer. Not disappointed. LOVE this band!

Simple but extremely effective

 on December 27, 2014
By ChrisNorthJersey
This thing is a miracle worker. I strained my elbow lifting a copier a few months back – it was bad. I basically couldn’t do anything that required strength in that elbow. A few guys at work recommended this little gadget to me – one a tennis player, the other a general fitness nut. Both said this had rehabilitated their tennis elbow multiple times already… so I gave it a shot.

The BandIT stole my pain!

 on May 4, 2016
By SirLaffALot
Tendonitis/Tennis Elbow (I don’t play) left me in pain for a long time, making such tasks as lifting something out of the refrigerator an extremely painful experience. I endured this for months until someone suggested the BandIT to me. Let me say that I felt INSTANT relief from the pain. I was able to function normally, and the sensations I received when I was overdoing it on that tendon gave me time to change position without that horrible pain. In short order the pain was gone. A short while ago I overdid it again and wrecked both of my arms! I immediately sent away for another BandIT — both of my arms are on the mend. I seriously recommend this for anyone who experiences tendonitis/tennis elbow. It is the only thing that worked for me.

Plastic Compression Brace

 on October 6, 2015
By GDJ
Pros:

Excellent Results

 on June 5, 2015
By D. Cardona
I had annoying discomfort and pain of the medial and lateral tendons around the elbow (“tennis elbow” and “golfer’s elbow”) for a couple of years and finally decided to give a “counter-force compression elbow strap” a try. This is the only one I’ve tried but have been satisfied with the results. Because my martial training puts repetitive stress on the elbows several days per week, I have best results when I wear it consistently during training. On my arms, the BandIT slips a little when I sweat heavily, but this is easily remedied with a quick and easy tightening during training. After wearing it several times, I was able to find the optimal position and tightening on my arms for best results and keeping it in place. (I wear a BandIT on both arms.) I recommend doing a little research to learn how best to position a counter-force compression elbow strap on the tendons. I highly recommend this product.

Glad I found this product

 on January 3, 2015
By paul blaze
I have classic tennis elbow symptoms. I have pain just below the elbow , middle and top side of my arm. It is at it’s worst when I’m lifting up objects or twisting my arm. I’m a server and I carry trays and lift and reach my arm constantly. Opening wine bottles is absolute agony.

 

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