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October 15, 2007



Catchy name, what?

From the website:


    Never hit your poor thumb again!

    The ThumbSaver's strong magnet holds nails, screws, staples or brads in place while you safely hammer, screw or drill.

    Use it to hang pictures, assemble furniture, construct decks, build cabinets and much more.

    Great for getting to hard-to-reach places, it'll quickly become one of your most-used tools.

    Ergonomically designed aluminum handle with soft comfort grip.

    Package of 2 includes 2 sizes: 6" and 7-1/4" long.




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A 69cent black plastic comb works great, and is multi-purpose. Although I guess the Thumbsaver could function as a back scratcher in a pinch...

Posted by: Don | Oct 16, 2007 12:04:06 AM

Or try needle-nose pliars, which, unlike the Thumbsaver, can be used for a variety of other things.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Oct 15, 2007 3:46:43 PM

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