Grintin Bands

Gritin resistance bands; set of 5
Gritin resistance bands; set of 5
Multiple people using the Gritin resistance bands.
Grintin Bands

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The Grintin Bands are an affordable buy for a beginners home gym. At under $15, (and available on Amazon) these can be good for someone looking to do recovery/rehabilitation exercises or a starting athlete looking to gain strength without overdoing it.

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Pros & Cons

What we like about the product...

  1. Budget friendly at under $15
  2. Good for beginners
  3. Come with small carrying bag
  4. Compact and easy to store

What needs improvement...

  1. Limited movement options due to them being loop resistance bands
  2. Not suitable for more advanced strength training
  3. Don’t feel particularly durable

Product Summary & Specs

The Gritin Bands certainly aren’t going to last you a lifetime. They’re very thin, but at their very affordable price of under $15, they will not break the bank. Coming back from an injury? These are a great option to help you slowly rehabilitate without overextending yourself. The Gritin Bands are also a good option for those who need lighter resistance for whatever reason. They also will not rub as you use them, which I particularly like. Plus, they come with a small carrying case so you can take them on the go with you.



Total Resistance

125 pounds


Black, yellow, pink, blue, green




6.5 x 4.92 x 0.51 inches


144 grams

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    The Bottom Line

    This resistance band set is a cheap, low-stakes option to add to your home gym.