If you’ve ever worked in the construction business or even on a minor repair in your home, you’d agree that hauling tools around is not the most exciting thing to deal with. Sometimes you’re even forced to haul around a massive toolbox when all you need is a few tools. If you decide to get rid of the toolbox, now you have to deal with losing your tools. Whether you’re searching for small tools in your giant toolbox or you’re looking for your screws that have fallen off, one thing is certain; you’re losing time and energy. However, with the handyman magnetic wristband, you don’t have to deal with any of these worries.
The handyman magnetic wristband is not just your regular wristband. It is fitted with powerful magnets and I’m sure you know what that means. Now although the wristband magnets may not be powerful enough to hold on to heavier tools like hammers and crowbars, they can definitely hold on to smaller tools (like Allen keys, drill bits, spanners, etc) while you work. It will also pick up things like nails and screws that fall off as you work.
Features of the Handyman Magnetic Wrist
1. It is made from lightweight, water-resistant, and durable Oxford clothing material. This makes it resistant to all the wear and tear that come with the job. Both ends are fitted with velcro straps that allow for easy fastening.
2. It is 36cm long. At this length, it is long enough to go around different wrist sizes. The long velcro fastener allows you to adjust it accordingly.
3. It is available in a variety of colors. So whatever your preferences are, there’s probably a color for you.
4. It is a great time saver and makes whatever work you’re doing a lot easier than it would have been without the handyman magnetic wristband.
If you have friends and family that are engineers, electricians, carpenters, or handymen, this would be a great gift idea for them. Not only is it sweet and thoughtful, but it also shows that you actually pay attention to their work.
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Mail Gottlieb –
It’s the strongest magnetic wristband I have tried. I ordered 6 of it for me and the boys. It’s well made and I feel like someone paid attention to the design, apart from the overall look which I really like. It’s very light with too, and I wouldn’t say it’s just a wristband. Sometimes I attach it to my belt or my pocket. So it’s also a waistband or a pocket band.
Otis Becker –
This wrist band doesn’t just work great, it also has a compact and simple design. I’ve found it really helpful with minor handiwork around the house and it has definitely saved me a few minutes from looking for screws around the place.
William Wade –
This wristband is the best, it saves a lot of time and effort because I no longer need to go up and down the ladder for anything and I no longer need to get someone to hand me the nails or screws. After this, I’m definitely getting a utility belt to ensure that I would not be making repeat trips to get stuff from my tool bag once I’m up the ladder. In terms of materials and overall design, this wristband is pretty good. Worth every penny.
When I saw this, I felt like it would be a great present for my husband who is the best handyman in the world. I remembered that when he was hanging curtains up around the house and fixing a few other stuff after we moved in, he needed me to hand him the nails because in his words, he “refuses to put a dirty nail in his mouth for any reason”. So when I saw this, I felt like it could be of use to him and he loved it! I feel like I’m growing to be an attentive and supportive wife. 🙂