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Featuring a soft silicone rubber body, Squegg's onboard electronics include pressure sensors that measure how tightly (and how many times) it's being squeezed. The ball utilizes a Bluetooth module to transmit that data to a free iOS/Android app on a paired smartphone, where it's displayed in terms of reps and pounds/kilograms of force.

If you’re always surrounded by and using gadgets, the muscles that help you grip take a daily pounding. Squegg ($35) wants to improve your grip strength. The mutant offspring of a stress ball and grip stretcher, this squishy palm-sized device uses Bluetooth to talk to an app on a paired phone. You can then play squeeze-based games, track your progress, and challenge friends.

The device features a soft silicone design that can be easily held in the hand and squeezed when feeling stressed, anxious or fidgety. The connected design of the solution will relay all the data that it captures to the accompanying app to let users see how often they are using it, how hard they are gripping it and more

The compressible reinforcing ball called Squegg is made of softened silicone rubber, the inside of which is the seat for electronics in the form of pressure sensors. These are used to measure how tightly the user presses the ball and also how many times he pressed it in one series. Bluetooth wireless technology is used to transmit the measured data.

Squegg offers simple exercise routines in the palm of your hand, while progress is stored via the app. The games offer exercises such as having you ‘swap force’ and squeeze the ball with left hand 50 times with a certain amount of force applied, and then switch to the right hand. This monitors the strength in a user’s hand and also compares it to those with whom they are competing.

The compressible reinforcing ball called Squegg is made of softened silicone rubber, the inside of which is the seat for electronics in the form of pressure sensors. These are used to measure how tightly the user presses the ball and also how many times he pressed it in one series. Bluetooth wireless technology is used to transmit the measured data.

Grip training in the palm of your hand. - SQUEGG is the world's first unique, Bluetooth-enabled smart squeeze ball that’s designed to help you improve your grip strength and relieve stress. High-tech sensors wrapped in soft grippy silicone make each SQUEGG incredibly accurate, ultra light and portable, allowing you to practice daily, no matter where you are.

Let out your stress with the SQUEGG Smart Squeeze Ball. This device helps you alleviate stress and improve your grip strength at the same time. The SQUEGG squeeze ball comes with a soft grippy silicone cover that wraps high-tech sensors, offering incredibly accurate results. Thanks to its portable and ultra-light design, you can easily practice daily regardless of where you are.

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The simple design backed up by impressive technology is what makes this stand out. Just by looking at it, it’s hard to tell that the Squegg works on all the levels that it does, but it is the grip strengthener of the future. The accompanying app is easy to use and presents accurate results.

SQUEGG is the world's first unique, bluetooth-enabled smart squeeze ball that’s designed to help you improve your grip strength and relieve stress.

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