|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||311-090|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||We will replace or issue a full refund on all defective items within 90-Day of purchase|
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- 100% Polyester
- Embedded with super strong magnets for holding screws, scissors, and small tools
- Provides a third helping hand when you need it most
- Ideal for many woodworking, home improvement, and do-it yourself projects
- Made of durable 1680D ballistic polyester
- One size fits all
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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.
First let me say that I have the expensive Load bearing web gear that will carry large amounts of tools and material for doing things like framing or roofing. Obviously if you are going to need to carry 5 pounds of roofing nails onto the roof, along with your nail gun, tape measure, and hammer, this thing will not cut it, nor is it intended for that. What this does is make small things a lot simpler and more comfortable.
I hate wearing all that framing gear if I don't have to. Especially in the heat, I avoid wearing the gear most of the time. Fortunately these days I don't need to wear the big rigs most of the time, and even when they might help, I avoid them if at all possible. But there are plenty of times when I need just a few screws or nails to do something small where this comes in very handy. For example, if I have to go behind someone else and correct their work doing quality control, or if I am doing something that requires frequent trips up and down a ladder. There are plenty of times where it is actually only necessary to carry small quantities of screws or nails at a time, or even easier just to reload the band frequently rather than carry more. That is where this thing excels. It has just enough capacity to carry enough screws to say, screw in one 4x8 sheet of plywood or drywall. This is often all you really need at one time. For example. If you are making frequent cuts before installing panels this can be handy.Read more ›
I definitely recommend this for any gadget-loving, do-it-yourselfer!
The band itself is VERY long, which is great if you have really huge wrists, but mine are about 6" in circumference and I have a lot of trouble one-handedly wrapping this thing around my wrist tight enough because it is so long.
Overall way too bulky and weak. Returning.
I tried to use it while building a deck and took it off after about 5 minutes. I found it cumbersome to wear and it only holds a couple screws. The material itself is thick and the wristband feels wide. As bulky as this thing is it should hold more screws. Even though the picture shows 5 screws, I assumed the entire band was magnetized and it would hold a lot more.
This sounds foolish now but I expected to just stick my hand into a bucket of screws and the screws to attach themselves. In reality you have to pick up each screw and arrange them on the wristband ensuring the entire screw is on the magnet so they don't fall off. All of this takes time.
Looking back I understand they had to find a balance between too much grip and just enough. After all you need to be able to pull the screws off easily, but I can hold a couple screws in my hand and don't need to spend the time arranging them on my wrist. My advise would be to get a tool belt with a nail pouch if you need to hold multiple screws.
I won't be buying anymore Magnogrip stuff. This was a good idea just not a useful idea.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this should be in everyone's tool box....this is great for your sewing pins, etc....multiple usesPublished 1 day ago by Roz
Gimmick, don't bother, more of a pain in the b#$& than a time saver. Also, when on its clumsy. Must have gotten lazy in my old agePublished 7 days ago by Dawesguy
Got it for my brother and he loved it. He works construction so it was really helpful and helped him save time. The screws/nails stay on great.Published 9 days ago by Michelle
In certain spots it holds bolts decently but very easily fall off was not very impressed and only used once after constantly having the bolts drop despite being positioned... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
I'd rate this 2-3 stars.
Pros: handy! magnetic! decent construction.
Cons: big con for me is there are only 2 magnetic surfaces. Read more