FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I fill my Waveweight?
Watch this short video to learn how to properly fill and seal your Waveweight.
How much does the product weigh?
The Waveweight weighs approximately 11 pounds when empty.
How much water does each Waveweight tube hold?
Each tube holds approximately 12 pounds of water when filled entirely.
What is the total working water weight range of the Waveweight?
The total working water weight range is approximately 11 to 35 pounds (weight will vary when filling with any other substance other than water).
Can I fill my Waveweight with substances other than water?
We have conducted extensive research and testing proving water to be the ideal substance for use with the Waveweight. Using other substances can provide a different training experience but is not recommended.
What do the marks on the tubes of the Waveweight mean?
The (3) pairs of embossed lines on each tube of the Waveweight represent the 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 water weight fill range measurements.
1/4 fill range = 2 to 4 pounds of water
1/2 fill range = 5 to 7 pounds of water
3/4 fill range = 8 to 10 pounds of water
What happens if I fill the tubes with water entirely?
Filling tubes entirely is not recommended as it results in loss of the Waveweight’s signature dynamic resistance.
How did you get the Waveweight to glow in your videos?
We dropped glow sticks into the water filled tubes to create a glowing Waveweight effect.
How do I make the water inside of tubes more visible?
To increase the water visibility inside the tubes we add food coloring to the water.
How do I get black end caps for my Waveweight?
Black end caps will be available for purchase soon and will be sold separately.
How will my order be shipped out?
We ship our products with UPS Ground and should take about 3-5 business days to arrive.
How do I use my Waveweight?
The beauty of the Waveweight is that it can be used however you see fit. Its unlimited versatility allows you to apply the Waveweight’s dynamic resistance to enhance the benefits of traditional exercises such as the bicep curl, or to use your imagination and innovation to create your own multi-muscle engaging movement such as our “Carltons” (a dance made famous by the character Carlton Banks from the hit sitcom The Fresh Prince of Belair).