This small handheld device completely protects a user\'s hand from injury caused by hammers or screwdrivers.
Firmly Holds and Grips Nails, Screws, and Tacks of All Sizes
Places Distance Between These Items While Being Struck or Driven
Allows A User to Hold and Secure These Items More Firmly Than Ever Before
Safely Protects Hands, Thumbs, and Fingers
Strong and Durable
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor James M. Spears of Little Rock, AR has designed a small handheld device that completely protects the hand when using a hammer or screwdriver.The idea was born after spending many years doing carpentry and mechanics and repeatedly striking and injuring his hand in the process. James just knew there had to be a way to prevent these everyday injuries. The Thumb Saver is his solution. But how does it work? The invention firmly holds and grips nails, screws, and tacks of all sizes and places distance between these items while being struck or driven by the user. A user will now be able to hold and secure these items more firmly than ever before while using the force necessary to properly insert them. They will also be able to clearly see exactly where these items are being placed and positioned in turn, safely protecting their hands, thumbs, and fingers.The Thumb Saver has been fully developed and is now ready for market! Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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