Combat Corner No Swell Iron
Made of stainless steel
Reduces bruising and swelling when applied to skin. Used in MMA, Boxing and
Keep in the freezer at home or gym, or in ice cooler at an event
Developed for cornermen to reduce swelling and keep fighters in the ring, this
insulated plastic handle grip allows the end-swell to stay colder twice as long.
The Combat Corner No Swell Iron Compress is ideal for instant application of
cold to a bruise, "mouse", black eye or other swelling injury. Applying cold to
an epidermis bruise also helps soothe the accompanying pain. The solid
stainless steel iron surface retains and conducts cold extremely well and helps
the skin heal. The rubber handle helps shield the user's hand from the cold to
add comfort, and also minimize incidental heat-loss.
Place the Combat Corner No-Swell IronIron in the freezer at your home or gym
to have on hand. At an event, keep the No-Swell on ice in a cooler until needed
to ensure maximum cold. Better than a bag of frozen peas, use the Combat Corner
No Swell Iron for targeted cold and maximum versatility. Get one now before you
need it. You'll be glad you did!
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