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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  • Affordable at under $10
  • 5 color-coded options
  • Resistance clearly marked
  • Lightweight and portable
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Budget friendly at under $15
  • Good for beginners
  • Come with small carrying bag
  • Compact and easy to store
What needs improvement ...
  • Limited movement options due to them being loop resistance bands
  • Not suitable for more advanced strength training
  • Don’t feel particularly durable

Product Summary

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