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Unger 92134 36-Inch Nifty Nabber Pick-Up Tool with Aluminum Handle

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  • Pick-up tool easily picks various items
  • Can pick up a penny or an 8-pound object
  • Rubber over molded steel fingers won't damage objects
  • Simply squeeze handle to wrap claw around object
  • 36" length
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  • Product Dimensions: 38.5 x 2.6 x 3.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
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  • ASIN: B0000V0AGS
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  • Item model number: 92134
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (763 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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Product Description

The Unger 36 in. Nifty Nabber is ideal for grasping items beyond your reach without stretching or bending. The lightweight aluminum handle features an ergonomic grip. The rubber-tipped grippers prevent damage to whatever you hold large or small.

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The Unger 36-inch nifty nabber pick-up tool with aluminum handle makes it easy to pick up items from the ground or off shelves by squeezing the handle to wrap the claw around an object. It can hold objects as tiny as a penny or as heavy as 8 pounds. The rubber overmolded steel fingers provide gripping power without damaging objects.

Customer Reviews

The reach is good, seems very well made.
Mary E. Laudano
The grip handle is easy to squeeze and the claws are covered in rubber that have excellent traction making it easier to pick things up.
James
The Nifty Nabber allows me to pick things up without bending down.
Walter L. Savell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

225 of 232 people found the following review helpful By randy on February 15, 2010
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This product is advertised with an aluminum handle. However, my handle is NOT aluminum! It is hard plastic, but has been durable. The Nabber is solid overall. Having looked at many models, I was alerted to consider whether a cord vs. a wire is used to operate the jaws when the handle is pulled. Cord may have a tendency to degrade or stretch out and render the jaws unable to fully close when the handle is pulled. This Nabber has a wire to draw the jaws, which should mostly eliminate the possibility. Note that, with the jaws fully closed, the handle potentially could only be depressed another one-eighth inch before contacting the pole; so any stretching or other maladjustment could quickly affect one's ability to depress the handle far enough to draw the jaws fully closed. The jaws HAD good alignment and contact when first bought, but I often have had to bend them back into alignment after applying a little pressure on them, for example, by grasping a rag to wipe a spill off the floor with a back-and-forth motion. I've picked up a dime, an M&M, a paper clip, etc. off a hard surface, but that is becoming more problematic considering the number of times I've had to bend the jaws back into position. It handles 1-lb. food cans easily. The jaws are at an angle of about 30 degrees from the pole. The models with small suction cups seemed problematic to me. Several reviewers of those models agreed that the cups may degrade or fall off, thus compromising the grasping surface. No such problem with this tool.
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117 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Eric on May 8, 2010
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I was not surprised that I was happy with this product. I have used Unger's equipment for professional window cleaning for years and was very satisfied. Although this product is made for picking up trash without having to bend down to pick it up I purchased it for a different reason. Fortunately, I was able to try the Pro model before buying this one. The only difference I found between the pro and this one is that the pro is made with a steel shaft and is different colors. Since I was borrowing it I wanted my own. This one has an aluminum shaft, I assume to cut down on weight and resulting fatigue from using it for long periods.
I purchased this item because I injured my leg and needed something that would help me do things quicker. You can grip items as strong as you like or as easy as you like. I've picked up full 1 liter nalgene bottles with it and I've picked up a dime off a concrete surface. It also has a fairly mild (yet effective) magenet on one of the pinchers to help pick up metal items like paperclips and safety pins. I routinely used it to grab sets of keys off of a board where the keys were hung on hooks as part of my job without having to get out of my chair.
This is a very diversely useful product and it seems to be quite durable. You'll not that it also has a little hole on the handle in order to hang it on a hook or nail. I also got it really fast up here in Alaska.
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100 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Kit Miller on December 19, 2009
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These are advertised for janitorail stuff and picking up trash and stuff. But I got it because I'm short and didnt want to have to keep hauling a step stool around my kitchen and laundry area. These things are great for grabbing extra papertowels, tissues off the top shelf. Tin cans too. While I do pick up glass sauce jars, you really need to be careful, a good squeeze on the grip and stay steady that the jar doesnt spin on it's edge, it could slip. I have not had that problem happen to me, but an elderly person with a weak grip should not grab a heavy glass jar with it. plastic peanut butter jar would be fine.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By C. Lung on May 14, 2009
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I am seven months pregnant and I have toddler twins. So there is a lot of stuff on my floor, and I'm not able to easily pick it up! This is a great tool for picking up toys, books and such. Today I even used it to pick up a banana (very carefully). I also use it for tasks like removing laundry from the dryer. I love this thing. I could use one in every room.
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125 of 138 people found the following review helpful By james on January 18, 2011
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This is a well designed, well built, quality tool with the right balance and feel for most anyone to use. Therefore it is so disheartening that the jaws were designed [?] so well yet crafted with such weak material that a great tool is now a pitiful means of picking up items. Of the three I bought [ outdoor use ]and the one I had [regular use], the jaws bend with an amazing lack of force. Stronger jaws would make this tool immensely better for day to day use. I would hope the company will improve the product and update the ones that have already been sold. I can not recommend this tool as it is. I am not qualified to rate the safety of the item, but I would not trust it holding some items over my head.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By JKLineberry on September 17, 2011
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I originally bought this too use after surgery to help me pack for a move, but have found it useful much later.

I purchased other grabbers before for my Nana, they always had the string from the trigger that pulled them closed. The perk to those kind was the magnet on the tip to pick up small objects, except the magnets always fell off and after a while the strings lost their tension.

This model was actually less expensive and much sleeker looking. The grips are rubberized so you can use it to reach tall shelves and even high lightbulbs without worrying about dropping as long as you get a good angle and maintain the correct amount of pressure.

If my Nana was still with me, I would buy her one of these in a heartbeat.

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