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Re-Grip

Get a Grip

Rather than using tool grip tape, you can add a durable handle to virtually anything, from hammers to tennis racquets to yard tools. Re-Grip breathes life into old, worn-out handles and can even add a grip to a tool without one. Inside each elastic grip is a helically spun inner coil that allows you to adjust the grip before you’re ready to tighten it around the handle. Once you’ve placed the elastic where you want it, pull the tabs at the bottom to unwind the coil. The coil will constrict the elastic until it’s airtight against the handle. We really appreciated Re-Grip’s versatility. Replacement grips are usually specific to the particular tool you’re using and require some expert help. With this intuitive system, you can DIY and the results look professional.

Re-Grip

Tool Handle Re-Gripper

Get a Grip

Rather than using tool grip tape, you can add a durable handle to virtually anything, from hammers to tennis racquets to yard tools. Re-Grip breathes life into old, worn-out handles and can even add a grip to a tool without one. Inside each elastic grip is a helically spun inner coil that allows you to adjust the grip before you’re ready to tighten it around the handle. Once you’ve placed the elastic where you want it, pull the tabs at the bottom to unwind the coil. The coil will constrict the elastic until it’s airtight against the handle. We really appreciated Re-Grip’s versatility. Replacement grips are usually specific to the particular tool you’re using and require some expert help. With this intuitive system, you can DIY and the results look professional.
Re-Grip

Quick Questions

How do you install Re-Grip?

1. Select the appropriate size Re-Grip model.
2. Place Re-Grip tube over item with pull tab at open end of item being re-gripped.
3. Hold Re-Grip in the desired starting position with one hand and carefully pull cord in direction of the pull arrow to unwind coil with the other hand.
4. Make sure to position the grip in the desired location. Once the top few coils unwind, the grip begins to shrink. (Note: the grip will not be able to be moved once all of the coil is pulled and the entire grip shrinks).
5. Hold Re-Grip in position until it has shrunk firmly onto the item by pulling the remaining coil.

How do I know what size is best for my tool?

Small size is suggested for screwdrivers, ratchets, brooms, small rakes, small shovels, hairbrushes, mini flashlights, socket wrenches, etc.
Medium size is suggested for hammers, pipe wrenches, shovels, hatchets, flashlights, trowels, exercise equipment, rakes, fishing poles, etc.
Large size is for wheelbarrows, large pipe or socket wrenches, post hole diggers, sledges, axes, etc.

Learn more about the product

Tool Handle Re-Gripper see details

Re-Grip

Tool Handle Re-Gripper

Get a Grip

Rather than using tool grip tape, you can add a durable handle to virtually anything, from hammers to tennis racquets to yard tools.

Re-Grip breathes life into old, worn-out handles and can even add a grip to a tool without one. Inside each elastic grip is a helically spun inner coil that allows you to adjust the grip before you’re ready to tighten it around the handle.

Once you’ve placed the elastic where you want it, pull the tabs at the bottom to unwind the coil. The coil will constrict the elastic until it’s
airtight against the handle.

We really appreciated Re-Grip’s versatility. Replacement grips are usually specific to the particular tool you’re using and require some expert help. With this intuitive system, you can DIY and the results look professional.
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Quick Questions

How do you install Re-Grip?

1. Select the appropriate size Re-Grip model.
2. Place Re-Grip tube over item with pull tab at open end of item being re-gripped.
3. Hold Re-Grip in the desired starting position with one hand and carefully pull cord in direction of the pull arrow to unwind coil with the other hand.
4. Make sure to position the grip in the desired location. Once the top few coils unwind, the grip begins to shrink. (Note: the grip will not be able to be moved once all of the coil is pulled and the entire grip shrinks).
5. Hold Re-Grip in position until it has shrunk firmly onto the item by pulling the remaining coil.

How do I know what size is best for my tool?

Small size is suggested for screwdrivers, ratchets, brooms, small rakes, small shovels, hairbrushes, mini flashlights, socket wrenches, etc.
Medium size is suggested for hammers, pipe wrenches, shovels, hatchets, flashlights, trowels, exercise equipment, rakes, fishing poles, etc.
Large size is for wheelbarrows, large pipe or socket wrenches, post hole diggers, sledges, axes, etc.

Learn more about the product

Tool Handle Re-Gripper see details