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Duro-Med 32 Aluminum Reacher Grabber with Magnetic Tip
Whether you are trying to grab something too high or too low, the Duro-Med Reacher does the job. It extends your reach a full 32 inches. You no longer have to worry about reaching that item on the top shelf or the one that fell behind the furniture!
Easier on Your Back
The Duro-Med Reacher eliminates excessive bending and reaching. It does the hard work by securely gripping the out-of-reach object, helping to protect your back in the process.
Easy to Use
The aluminum frame and plastic handle and jaw ensure that it is not only lightweight but sturdy as well. And it even has a magnetic tip for picking up metal objects like screws or paper clips!
Size: Non-Folding, 32"
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I really like mine, despite the fact that getting it out of the packaging resulted in a severed artery and huge medical bills. I only wish this were a joke!Published 1 day ago by Caroline McBride
Yes, it's sturdy and I'm able to complete the task that I use it for easily.Published 3 days ago by Ahod
A bit disappointed as the one I had had more grip. For example, my husband could pull up th tongue of his shoe with the shoe loosely tied, but this one just slips off the tongue.Published 3 days ago by Barbara Bone
These are among the best orthopedic Reacher Grabbers I have found, and certainly the best priced version.Published 4 days ago by Lois Steinfort
this one is very weak cant get a grip on almost anything I think if the item weighs more than a few ounces it wont pick it up and hold it. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Davi
I bought this to help with bending over and reaching down into my big dog crates for my dogs food bowls since I have metal rods in my back and this will not even pick up a thin... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Michelle Breeden