Always losing your screws and bits? FastCap's ProHold™ Magnetic Wrist Strap contains 9 neodymium high performance magnets and an adjustable hook-and-loop wrist strap, so you will never be without your screws and bits again. Eliminates the need to put dirty screws in your mouth or have sharp screw ends cut holes in your pocket, wear the ProHold on your wrist, dip into a screw container and it picks up everything you need. Also great for picking up spilled screws off your work bench or a dusty floor!
- Contains 9 neodymium high performance magnets that pick up loose screws
- Eliminates the need to put dirty screws in your mouth or have sharp screw endings poke holes in your pockets
- Adjustable hook-and-loop wrist strap for total comfort
- Ideal for picking up spilled screws off your work bench or a dusty floor
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One FastCap ProHold Magnetic Wrist Strap
Customer Reviews3 Review(s)
I love this tool. No more...Posted February 5, 2013
I love this tool. No more having to reach into a pocket or even worse, holding screws between my lips. The only improvement would be a longer strap. About another inch would allow it to fit over your wrist without separating it. It would then by rated a 5
I tried the Magnetic Wrist Strap...Posted November 26, 2012
I tried the Magnetic Wrist Strap while putting in #10 closed eye hooks over the weekend. The eye hooks are being used below the house gutters to hang Xmas lights. The Magnetic Wrist Strap worked pretty good with the eye hooks. I only got jabbed twice with the screw points. The screws are a little over one inch long, with more mass than the drywall screws, so it worked better. So the product works with screws that are less than one inch in length. Any longer in length and I wouldn't recommend it. Hopefully, they will come out with a revision 2.0 that works better. The product is still a great idea! The designer just needs to make some design changes to make it excellent!
Holds a bucketload of screws, and...Posted March 11, 2012
Holds a bucketload of screws, and I would rate it higher, but the strap is too short for my slender wrists. Soooooo, I just hang it on my toolbag to hold my driver bits.