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Quickly and easily pick up those metal nuts, bolts, screws and other metal pieces with this telescoping Magnetic Pick Up Tool!
✓The magnet is strong enough to hold small metal parts
✓Compact yet strong - built from a durable steel tube
✓Easy to retrieve out-of-reach small metal objects
This would be a great addition to any toolbox and is super convenient while working on many projects.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ - "A lifesaver for any auto mechanic."
"You know that feeling of dread when you drop a screw over the engine bay and you just hear it plinking its way to the depths of hell? Yeah, you won't have to worry about that anymore if you get this tool. It's long and thin enough to grab any screw and all the 10 mm sockets you've lost over the years. The magnet on this sucker is pretty strong, I often use it to lift and lower spark plugs into their tubes, you can even screw them in a little with it. The physical function of this tool is simple, but the psychological benefits are immense. The tool itself is pretty durable, it's sturdy enough to perform its job, which is all I ask for."
Leonardo | USA
Size: Black & Silver: 125mm - 650mm (4.93" - 25.6") With LED Light: Extendable from 190mm - 68cm (7.5" - 3.11")
1 x Magnet Pick Up Tool
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