Grapplers Inc, has created a trash pickup tool with an amazing 17 pounds of grabbing pressure. This trash grabber, with its lifetime warranty, can open its jaws to over five inches making it able to pick up large objects. It is an easy reach tool, able to retrieve not just trash, but items dropped or lost that might be difficult to get. Made in the USA, the Grappler is a great tool to keep in your garage for use around the house, or take with you on outings or trips. Drop something in the pond? The Grappler is the perfect retrieval tool. Something got stuck in the tree? Use the Grappler. Made from Aluminum so it is light weight, the Grappler is the perfect reach out and grab tool.
If you are looking for a great trash pickup tool or an easy reach tool, the Grappler offers different lengths for different jobs, while maintaining an easy squeeze trigger. The health benefits that come with the Grappler are recognized immediately when you don't have to bend over and strain your back or squat down and put pressure on your knees. You can remain upright and reach what you need.
Whether you need to grab something on the other side of the fence, or just busy being a couch potato and don't want to stretch to grab the remote, The Grappler can assist you in either case. This tool is perfect for young and old alike. You can use the Grappler to pick up things you would never consider touching with your bare hands such as garbage, broken glass, animal carcasses and a whole host of grosser things. This tool can lift a full 24 ounce bottle of fluid or something as delicate as a toothpick. This is a tool that makes tasks simpler and life easier.
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Article Added on Thursday, July 31, 2014