Telescopic Grabbing Multi-tool - 36" Pick-Up Tool

By ODii

$29.95
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This grabbing tool recovers dropped keys, credit cards, phones, or anything that falls into hard-to-reach areas. The telescopic body is flexible, bending to gain better access, and the trigger-activated claw is super strong. A detachable LED light and magnetic arm both help to retrieve lost items—in the car, behind the fridge, or anywhere that is out of reach.

  • Materials: Aluminum, plastic, and steel
  • Multi-tool functionality includes telescopic grabber claw, detachable LED flashlight, and extendable magnet
  • Great for use in the car, at work, on a boat, or around the house
  • Compact design fits in kitchen drawers, vehicle glove compartments, and tool boxes
  • Thin claw fits into hard-to-reach, tight spaces
  • Easy grip trigger allows you to control grip strength
  • Sturdy and durable 4-pronged claw capable of picking up 5-10 lbs.
  • Telescopic grabber claw extendable up to 19 or 36 inches
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: Fully Extended: 36" x 2.5" x 1"
  • Weight: 0.4 lb.

4 Reviews (3.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Great gift

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The Grandparents loved them.

5

love it

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I bout both lengths and use them all the time in my house

3

Not as expected

by

Very difficult to use and it only picks up very small items.

2

Needs a little work

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The description Amy be a little optimistice. “Telescopic” implies the tool can be used at varying lengths. Instead, it functions only at full extension. You have to pull the grabber all the way, then twist to lock it in place. Until it is locked the trigger is disconnected and the grabber will not function. Second, until the trigger is pulled, the grabber is fully open. This means you have to extend, lock, and pull the trigger to fit into tight places, then open and grab. It also means the light is too far away to be of much use in tight places. The magnet tool is a good idea, but might be better if more of it were flexible like the grabber tool stem. There are better grabbers that come in coils (similar to a plumber’s snake). Most have a plunger to actuate the grabber. That way the fingers are contracted to their smallest size, and the unit is much easier to snake into tight areas and can thread around angles.More > < Less

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A teeny, tiny hand that’s better than yours.

About ODii

Little Retriever

When keys, loose change, credit cards—or even your phone—get stuck in hard-to-reach places, ODii can give you a hand. This grabbing tool has a tiny claw that lets you control the grip. It’s like a mini version of that arcade claw game, but it doesn’t let go.

Squeeze the handle firmly for a tighter hold. For a more delicate item, ease up on the grip. The slim, flexible body bends to navigate awkward angles—like behind the fridge, under furniture, or between the seats in the car. For extra help, a super strong magnet holds up to two pounds, and a detachable LED light brightens up the search area.

Creator Kenn Buxton invented ODii after an unfortunate trip to the drive-thru. He dropped his cash between the car seats, and was unable to pay because he couldn’t reach it.

With this grabber in a kitchen drawer or your glove box, you’ll be ready next time something drops out of arm’s reach.