tandem sport set rite


Looking for a training aid to teach you proper hand placement for volleyball setting? Tandem Sport Set Rite is perfect for you! Set Rite helps you learn the proper setting technique by eliminating too much hand contact. Each strap is adjustable and includes a plastic knob that rests firmly on the palm to reinforce proper hand placement on the ball while setting. It is the perfect tool when practicing technique, drills, and performance. Set Rite can be used by solo athletes, coaches, and teams of all levels and ages.

tandem sport set rite


  • Dimensions: 6.2 x 3.8 x 2.3 inches;
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Includes two bands


  • Good for beginner setters
  • Work for keeping the hands in proper form
  • Very helpful tool for practice 
  • Great quality


  • Set Rite training aid is stiff when new 
  • Not ideal for an intermediate player

Here are some great customer reviews for the Tandem Sport Set Rite:

“I’ve seen a huge improvement in my setter’s hands in just a 2 week time period. Their hands are much softer during games. The other girls on my jr high team also ask to wear them since they have seen the other girl’s improvements.”

“My daughter set a goal of being the starting setter next year and has been working in the off season to make that happen. Yes, she plays on a travel team but she works out by herself for about an hour a day with the Tamdem Sports training aids. The Set Rite has really helped her to improve on her form and technique and even the coach has given her positive feedback. She has been using this for a couple months now and other than the “stiffness” of the training aid when it was new and now is broken in it has shown no real wear and tear. I suggest adding this to your volleyball arsenal and use it alone or as part of a team practice.”

“It helped my granddaughter to become her teams main setter.”

Overall, Tandem Sport Set Rite is a great training aid for setters to improve technique, form, and accuracy.

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