Safety Nailer

Nailed It

Safety Nailer Makers Drew Zirkle and Dan Eifes leaned on their backgrounds as civil engineers—as well as Dan’s as a safety officer in the Navy—to make a safer way to hold and hammer nails. Along with their wives, Cori and Kristen, they created this simple and clever magnetic holder. It protects fingers and makes it easier to get nails started, and secures a nail (or screw) while keeping it straight and preventing buckling. The strike plate gives you a bigger (and eye-catching) target to aim for. Miss the nail? No worries. The durable holder is made from impact-resistant ABS plastic that can handle a hammer. The strap-on design fits on left- or right-handed folks and is small enough that it won’t get in your way of what you’re working on. Store it on your hammer between jobs.

Safety Nailer

Magnetic Nail Holder

Nailed It

Safety Nailer Makers Drew Zirkle and Dan Eifes leaned on their backgrounds as civil engineers—as well as Dan’s as a safety officer in the Navy—to make a safer way to hold and hammer nails. Along with their wives, Cori and Kristen, they created this simple and clever magnetic holder. It protects fingers and makes it easier to get nails started, and secures a nail (or screw) while keeping it straight and preventing buckling. The strike plate gives you a bigger (and eye-catching) target to aim for. Miss the nail? No worries. The durable holder is made from impact-resistant ABS plastic that can handle a hammer. The strap-on design fits on left- or right-handed folks and is small enough that it won’t get in your way of what you’re working on. Store it on your hammer between jobs.
Safety Nailer
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Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Quick Questions

Is there a minimum size of screw or nail that can be used with the Safety Nailer?

Yes, the screw or nail needs to be at least 1.5” long. The largest opening in the Safety Nailer has a diameter of 0.2". This will hold up to a size 20D nail.

Can the Safety Nailer be used by both right- and left-handed people?

Yes.

What is the Safety Nailer made of?

It is made of impact-resistant ABS plastic and neodymium magnets.

Learn more about the product

Magnetic Nail Holder see details

Safety Nailer

Magnetic Nail Holder

Nailed It

Safety Nailer Makers Drew Zirkle and Dan Eifes leaned on their backgrounds as civil engineers—as well as Dan’s as a safety officer in the Navy—to make a safer way to hold and hammer nails. Along with their wives, Cori and Kristen, they created this simple and clever magnetic holder.

It protects fingers and makes it easier to get
nails started, and secures a nail (or screw) while keeping it straight and preventing buckling. The strike plate gives you a bigger (and eye-catching) target to aim for. Miss the nail? No worries. The durable holder is made from impact-resistant ABS plastic that can handle a hammer.

The strap-on design fits on left- or right-handed folks and is small enough that it won’t get in your way of what you’re working on. Store it on your hammer between jobs.
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Quick Questions

Is there a minimum size of screw or nail that can be used with the Safety Nailer?

Yes, the screw or nail needs to be at least 1.5” long. The largest opening in the Safety Nailer has a diameter of 0.2". This will hold up to a size 20D nail.

Can the Safety Nailer be used by both right- and left-handed people?

Yes.

What is the Safety Nailer made of?

It is made of impact-resistant ABS plastic and neodymium magnets.

Learn more about the product

Magnetic Nail Holder see details