Problemsolver Training board incl. boardbag and 3 mm inserts
The Training board from Problemsolver is built for training anywhere. It has a cord which you can use to hang the Training board making it great for travel and warming up at the crag. You can adjust the depth or the holds by adding a 3 mm insert so even when you get so strong that the holds are too big for you, you can make them smaller. There is a feature on the back of the board that allows you to add holds on yourself, so you can customise it to your needs. There are 3 hanging positions you can hang the Training board in. Neutral, tilt backwards and tilt forwards. This gives you more training options and the ability to make it easier or harder to hang on the Training board.
The training board is made from traceable birch and measures 400 x 160 x 24 mm. The hold sizes are 19 mm, 17 mm, 15 mm, 13 mm and 11 mm.
> Store the board inside
> Don´t leave it out in the rain
>Use a soft brush if you want to clean the holds
|MATERIAL(S)||untreated exterior plywood|
Full feature list
> Measures: 400 x 160 x 24 mm
> Board weight: 700 g
> Add-on system
> Compatible with the boulder-trainer app. iOS & Android
Handmade board bag to protect your hang board.
> Made in 100% cotton with a Paracord drawstring.
> Black Problemsolver logo on the side
> Bag weight: 150 g
> Made in Sweden
3 product reviews
I’d been looking at this fingerboard for while but whenever I went to buy it it was ALWAYS out of stock. I though it must be good if this was the case
I finally get my hands on one and it is the best thing I’ve brought for my climbing journey. It’s a nice soft wood. It’s a bit of a challenge to hang on but that’s exactly what I wanted
All in all a great finger board
great board easy take it with you and easy to use.
con: even the easiest hold was a bit difficult to hold on
this is a cool board, that allows you to work out you fingers well when there is no gym or when you gym is closed as you can hang it up pretty much anywhere as long as you have slings and a carbiner, simple just find somwhere that has a branch/or some sort of bar of some sort and make a good knot(don't know the english version of the knot i use, but as fingerboards are mainly used for working out for people that have climbed a bit before this fits perfect to help build fingerstrength anywhere you are, and finding somebody that knows the knots is not hard either). So far ive used this quite a bit when my main gym is closed/or closes early, the inserts makes a great challange in it's most overhanging way. Would recomend this to anyone that just wanna train fingerstrength without going to a climbing gym, but ive also taken it inside the gym and work out on it in the gym to