- August 30, 2018
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Even if you’re not Bob Vila, you’ve probably attempted a few do-it-yourself projects such as hanging pictures or a curtain rod.
Were you holding screws in your mouth? Did you drop nails from the top of a ladder and watch helplessly as they fell through your floor vents?
If so, the Magnogrip Magnetic Wristband makes these little jobs (and many others) much easier. Simply wrap the Magnogrip Wristband around your wrist (it attaches with Velcro) and then secure your nails, screws, drill bits, and other small tools to the embedded magnets. With the Magnogrip Magnetic Wristband, your tools will always be safely within reach.
Features & specs
- 13″ long x 3.5″ high
- 5 square inches of magnetic surface
- Adjustable to fit nearly any size wrist
- Velcro straps for easy attachment
- Weighs only 3 ounces
Magnogrip holds tools on your wrist
The Magnogrip Magnetic Wristband helps you store screws, nails, and other small items on your wrist. This keeps them out of your mouth or your pocket so you can focus on the task at hand.
The Magnogrip Wristband, when unrolled, is approximately thirteen inches long. This means it can fit nearly any size wrist. The area highlighted below is magnetic. You can easily fit 8-12 screws or nails on the Magnogrip Magnetic Wristband. You can even fit a small drill bit or two.
The Magnetic Wrist Band for screws and nails is a brilliant tool. Before its invention, how did handymen, carpenters and DIY enthusiasts get on?! After all humans have yet to evolve extra hands and arms!
So keep your hands free to do the job with this handyman’s magnetic wrist wrap. It features twin magnetic plates to secure screws, nails and bolts in easy reach. It also features sturdy PVC pockets and an elastic strap to hold plastic wall anchors, rubber washers, small tools and even light bulbs. Ideal for working on ladders, under sinks and in tight spaces. Plus the comfortable adjustable strap means that it fits any wrist.
Do you know a handyman, carpenter, builder or just someone who spends their weekend indulging in a spot of DIY? Then this wrist strap would make the ideal gift.
We all know magnets have magical properties. They are bipolar mystical phenomena with invisible forces all around them.
This poor´s man magnetic wristband can be a life/time saver when working with screws and nails. It´s much safer than holding stuff in your mouth, specially when handling tools.
Step 1: Materials & Tools
• 80´s sweat wristband. You know you have one laying around.
• Fridge magnet. One fast food joint phone number less. 99 to go.
• Little round magnets scrapped from stuff around the house.
• Contact Glue
Step 2: Gluing and Cutting Open
Glue the round magnets to the fridge magnet. While the glue is drying, cut open about an inch of the 80´s sweat wristband
Step 3: Slide the Magnet Dance
When everything is dry, slide the magnets into the wristband
If you want to go full ghetto style, staple the opening. You can also sew, but more metal is always better.