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March 2, 2008

Talk to 'The Third Hand'


Think outside the workshop space.

Like, say, the treadmill deskspace.

That's where mine's going.

Bag the useless holders and stands that go overboard on a regular basis, requiring a time-out and deep dive into the land of forgotten devices, cables and adapters surrounding my treadmill's base.

From the website:

    The Third Hand™

    When you need an extra hand

    Features an 18-inch long, flexible nickel-plated goose neck that stays in place when you bend it, offering almost unlimited flexibility.

    The heavy-duty rubber-tipped steel clamps open to a maximum of two inches.

    Perfect for holding instructions, work lights, flashlights, tools, etc.


March 2, 2008 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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