Regular size CrampBuster
March 26, 2013(HILO, HI)
I purchased this model to fit the throttle grip for my Yamaha Majesty. It fit perfectly and has put the joy back into long rides. Money well spent.
Cramp buster works
March 26, 2013(Magalia, CA)
A simple yet effective way to give your wrist a break on longer rides. This is the 2nd one I've had on different bikes and I wouldn't be without one.
November 29, 2012(Rock Springs, WY)
Put this on my 2013 ZX1000 Kawasaki Ninja. Works perfect on long trips. There's nothing like cruise control but this is the next best thing, fits tight, looks good and does the job.
Dosen't work for me.
Ellen G. -
November 07, 2012(Phoenix, AZ)
Doesn't work for me. Started out fine but now won't stay in place. Slips around constantly. Too flexible. No stability. Plan to try one of the other Cramp Busters that I can clamp on instead of using the big rubber band to hold it in place. I don't like it. I have a Harley and need something to help my wrist because I have Arthritis in my wrist and it becomes very painful after riding awhile. Need something stable but comfortable.
Works well enough
October 10, 2012(Ottawa, ON)
I was worried I would snap it when I was putting it over the lip of the heated grips on my V-Strom, but it held up just fine. It could possibly be a bit wider, although then you start to compromise the ability to perform sudden braking maneuvers. All in all, does what it promises..
September 20, 2012(lexington, KY)
For something so simple it is a wrist saver. I put this on my SV650s before a 900 mile trek. I was able to ride 420 miles without any cramp in my wrist. You can't go wrong with this product.
Worth its weight in gold
September 04, 2012(Clarkston, WA)
I've used Crampbusters for several years. For Interstate travel or long straight roads they are invaluable. I don't recommend their use for the twisties because it's too easy to accidentally hit the throttle when you don't intend too. You can just turn them out of the way in those situations if you want.
August 22, 2012(Auburn, WA)
Very effective tool to maintain speed on roadtrips! Took me awhile to get used to having this on the throttle in traffic, but now I hardly notice it except when my wrist isn't aching from long rides!
July 20, 2012(Crystal River, FL)
Not worth the money. I found a better product for under $30 and works like a dream.
July 12, 2012(New Smyrna Beach, FL)
After 50,000 Miles it has saved me much pain. Easy to adjust between highway and city speeds while riding. I switch between inside and outside of grip to allow palm or thumb pressure on long rides.