3 thoughts on “MagnoGrip 311-090 Magnetic Wristband

  1. Plots

    Couldn’t have asked for more I bought two of these for my husband and father when they were starting some projects around the house and building a new shed in the yard. Neither seemed very excited over it when I first handed them the bands, but now all I hear is how great they are and how well they work. The magnet in the band is very strong and the band is not too big to be cumbersome for them when they work but still holds enough items to be really useful.As a side note, we have a gravel driveway and a whole container of small nails spilled into it for which the wrist band became a very easy fix!This is a great product that I highly recommend.

  2. BT River "BT"

    Like having an extra hand The Magnogrip is very handy to hold screws, nuts and bolts, washers, bits and just about anything made from iron or steel. It is not too large to be cumbersome on your wrist and can be strapped on with one hand (though it might take some practice). You can load up with several screws on the wristband and worry about going back and forth to the box for more. The magnets are plenty strong.The only reason it’s not 5 stars is that I found it a bit small and sometimes I would go to place screws on it only to miss the magnets.

  3. Leslie A. Mason "havi2655"
    Leslie A. Mason "havi2655" says:

    Skeptical I bought this for my dad for Christmas a few years back. He was skeptical at first if 1) it would work and 2) if he would ever actually use it. He was pleasantly surprised on both accounts. He said he doesn’t know how he lived without this product for so long. It’s perfect for climbing up ladders or anytime you need two hands and need to carry something. No more nails inbetween your teeth!I definitely recommend this for any gadget-loving, do-it-yourselfer!

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