What do you think? A good buy?
Looks solid and the non-skid pads really add to the appeal, no?
how about...you go to your gym, load up a couple 45's on each side of a leg press, and lay at the bottom position of a calve raise for 30-40 seconds.
A block of wood for 150 bucks.
No, it's also cut into a wedge shape and has grip-tape applied to it.
I mean, for $150, it's a STEAL!
Props to the guy who came up with that idea. I wish I could think of a great BS product that I could make in my garage and sell for hundreds.
Like pet rocks.
Or you could use a step in your house for free.
I like how they have the balls to put "economy" in the header. Jeebus.
Don't mislead the OP, Doug. Buying a house is way more expensive. I think the Economy Calf Stretcher is a great deal. You should buy it.
I suppose you just use someone else's step though.
"Hey! Get off my porch!"
"Gimme a break man, I'm stretching my calves."
That's ludicrous. You can get adjustable stretchers for WAY less than that.
Took me a while to pick my jaw up off the floor after looking at this.
Yeah.. but theirs is "adjustable" - you know that was factored into the cost (shakes head sadly)
Somehow I think they figure big chain gyms or institutions will buy these in bulk?
Yeah, neighbor's already got a restraining order on me for that one. Can I help it if I got no stairs at my rental? Is that my fault??
So it's pony up $150 for this or $150k for a two level? This one's easy.
Wow. Great reviews for that item!
Nice one ID... or should we call you Rhinosaur? How'd you keep from cursing in your review?
Buy a thick book... Or a 2 inch board, or something like that... Kinda stupid to spend 150 bucks for a block of wood isn't it?
I was having fun with this thread; I really was.
I am not actually thinking of buying something I can make in ten minutes with a block of wood and some tape.
The review that was posted on Amazon today was way cleaner than I would have left (although mine probably wouldn't have made it past their mods). Whoever left it, bless them for calling out the seller for trying to hock such a POS for a hundred and fifty bucks.
We just aren't a very fun group of people.
ROFL. I'm imagining a truck pulling up with a cord of wood and a few rolls of tape. "That'll be $8,000."