Total Guitar Magazine
"If you skip stretching your new strings, you either love constantly retuning, or you're a member of The Libertines. The StringStretcha is a tool for completing this processfaster, and more evenly, than stretching the strings by hand. It hooks around the string and then you slide it up the length of the scale. We've tried it and only had to make a couple of minor retuning adjustments once we'd stretched the strings. After that, they were settled for good."
"Overall the String Stretcha is an extremely handy tool to have lying around for string changes. It makes light work of stretching, and is so keenly priced therešs no reason not to have one. Beginners and experienced players alike will find it very useful to have a String Stretcha in their tool box."
"This is a nifty little gadget that does what it advertises. An excellent little tool to help with your string changes. It is almost a must for a working guitar tech and for those basement players as well. The tool itself is basically indestructible. There is nothing to break so it will last many years with zero problems. Retails for $13.49 and can be ordered on-line."
Guitar Video Channel
"Stretcha has come out with a product that gives you a hands-free stretch in no time at all. After I stretched the strings I tuned the guitar up to pitch strummed a few chords then walked away from it for a few hours. I came back and the guitar was still in tune."
"Stretching guitar strings using finger and thumb can be a very fiddly pain in the behind. String Stretcha makes the process a lot less random and a whole lot easier."
Sound Of Review
"For me I had a great experience with [the String Stretcha]. Only had to tune it two times and it was ready to be played. "