Took a

Near direct hit with a racquetball tonight - it’s not unusual to get hit usually in the back during a game but I’ve never been hit in the chest !

it was just below the device ..... makes me wonder if I need some type of little pad to protect it ? 

Anyone know of anything like that ?

Catchers chest protector ???


Chest protection

by AgentX86 - 2019-12-03 08:06:47

Have you looked around this site? Try SHOP => AFILLIATES then page down a few s screens.

Thank you

by Pacer2019 - 2019-12-03 09:40:27

I did find online a shirt that competive shooters wear to protect against recoil from a gun that could work .

thanks for the suggestion 


by Dh13 - 2019-12-03 12:34:31

I puchased protection from vitalbeat.   I have not used it yet but it is specific for those who want to play sports.  seems comfortable enough.   It is a shirt with removable pad(s) to cober the PM


by Tracey_E - 2019-12-03 13:15:53

The protection is for us, not the device. It's titanium. I've taken few hard direct hits, most of us have if we are at all active. Me, I would find the protection cumbersome and not worth the trouble. Personal choice.


by Pacer2019 - 2019-12-03 21:25:55

I was looking at the shirts - the one mentione on here is expensive...I think.... not sure but looks like 98 euros? is that alot?

the shooter shirt I saw is $27 and is made by Evo Shield who I know from baseball protective gear - they make most of those elbow guards MLB hitters wear.... now at $32.99 I see but normally $55

on its called "Mens Protective Recoil Shoulder Guard Shooting Shirt" if someone wants to google it

I would like to try before I buy! And point about being cumbersome is well taken -


by Tracey_E - 2019-12-04 18:16:04

I have seen these in person. They were developed by a patient who used to be a member here. They are expensive but extremely well made. However, I was not tempted to get one lol. It would bug me. But if I were to get one, this is the one I'd get.

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