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Gorilla Gripper Panel Carrier

By: on April 10, 2017
$99.99
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Tighter even than Harambe's hold on our hearts, the Gorilla Gripper clings hard to heavy sheet goods so one dude can carry them without risk of back or neck injury, or a raging splinter, when his friend Cornelius is too lazy to help him. The tool clamps to the top of plywood, drywall, particleboard, melamine, tempered glass, or granite, creating both a handle to grip and better leverage and body position as you move.

Designed for construction professionals and DIYers alike, the Gorilla Gripper is made of virtually indestructible aircraft-grade aluminum. It continually self-adjusts during use from 3/8" to 1-1/8", and the rubber gripping pads adhered to both plates ensure Gorilla Gripped materials are not damaged in the process.

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Air Hammer Compressed Air Tool

$40.46 from Amazon »

The Air Hammer from Ingersoll Rand uses compressed air to deliver a 2-5/8" stroke and 3,500 blows per minute. It comes with a 3-piece chisel set to, uh, drive the job home. Use it to cut metal, fix exhaust systems, and...

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Nuada Hand Strength Enhancing Glove

By: Nuada »

It's hard to tell if there's a working prototype of the Nuada glove out there, of if the hand strength enhancement system exists only as a concept with renderings. The video, which would be a terrific place to demonstrate...

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Makita Power-Assisted Flat Dolly

$891.31 from Amazon »

Make like you're strong as an ox with a little help from the Makita Power-Assisted Flat Dolly. You can load up your cart heavier, and pull it farther thanks to this big boy's Makita-built BL Brushless Motor, and your...

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Gryp - The Germophobe's Keychain

$2.99 from Gryp »

Germophobes and Purell addicts, get a Gryp. Bacteria and micro-organisms are breeding, spreading, festering everywhere. You can't escape them! But with a solid Gryp on this reality, you can relax, go out into the world...

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Grubbin' on the Couch Bowls

It's time for a tactical chowdown. No Netflix marathon is complete without a parade of snacks on the coffee table, and every parade marches better with a bowl of Froot Loops as its grand marshal. Frosted Flakes if you...

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Wazer Desktop Waterjet Cutter

$3,999 - $4,499 from Wazer »

Wazer, the self-described first ever desktop waterjet cutter, has a few things going for it. First, if your friend Cornelius has ever sprayed you in the face with a pressure washer, you know how strong a jet of water...

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Nunchuck Grips - Self-Defense Tool Storage Grips

$13.99 - $54.99 from Amazon »

Squeeze hard and stay safe. Nunchuck Grips are a line of outdoor product grips whose hollow centers make way for your choice of quick-release personal safety gear. Install a pair of Nunchucks on your existing bike's handlebars...

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Dozuki Z Saw

$27.72 from Amazon »

Seeing Dozuki's "Z" Saw reminds me this dude Franz I used to know always called me "Big Z." I asked him why once, but he pretended he didn't hear the question. I think it's pretty clear now though that there's a new Big...

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686 Men's Tool Belt

$29.99 - $45 from Amazon »

Yep, it is indeed a Tool Belt. Good language manipulation, 686. This 100% full-grain and waterproof leather securer of pants incorporates a few of your trusty everyday carry tools into its everyday weary style. (Yes...

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Nemo Special Ops Drill

$1,720 from Nemo Power Tools »

Pick up Nemo's Special Ops salt-water-resistant, concealed-carry drill, load it up with a 31/64 bit, and drive that sucker right through your heart. Because if the fact that this weapon of mass construction is currently...

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Safe Eyes Mesh No-Fog Safety Goggles

$28.99 from Amazon »

The dust is kicked up from here to next Tuesday! The fit's hitting the shan! Save yourself from unidentified flying objects! Safe Eyes Mesh Safety Goggles won't help when the figurative dust and fit, or alien-inhabited...

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Nomad Desktop CNC Mill

$1,999 from Carbide 3D »

Know what the Nomad CNC milling machine means? Now in addition to dicking around with the little tchotchkes I have lined up on my desk at work all day, I can make even more to join them! Plastic cars, wooden boats, aluminum...