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When choosing a Ryda Board and Ryda Grip combination the primary considerations are 1: The amount of mobility in the users’ hand(s), wrist, elbow and shoulder. 2: The grasping ability of the user and 3: The dexterity in the users’ hand(s) and fingers.

Choosing the Ryda Grip
The grasping ability of the user determines which is the best Ryda Grip to use.
No Grasping Ability: Glove Ryda Grip (Beginner)
Little Grasping Ability: Easy Ryda Grip
Some Grasping Ability: Palm Ryda Grip (Beginner), Upright Ryda Grip (Beginner)
Normal Grasping Ability: Precision Ryda Grip (Beginner)

For users with greater dexterity:
We have created the dual-peg Advanced Ryda Grips. The Advanced Rydas requires more intricate movement, so are normally used by those with less impairment. The different actions needed when using the Advanced Ryda Grip promote dexterity and fine movement in the hands and fingers.

Palm Ryda Grip (Advanced), Upright Ryda Grip (Advanced) and Precision Ryda Grip (Advanced).

 

Choosing the Ryda Board
A user with very limited mobility would use the Ryda Board (Beginner). It has the most simple groove layout. The Ryda Board (Intermediate) has a more challenging groove layout.

While we have designed the Ryda Board system to cater for all needs, we have created a number of Beginner Sets to suit most needs and get you started at a saving of £19.00.

Beginner Ryda board

Intermediate Ryda board