Stout Backsaver Grip Attachment for Garden Tools, Assorted

June 8, 2016 - Comment

An ABS Handle attachment that allows you to grip a tool higher on the shaft of any long-handled tool, so you stand up straighter-avoiding the awkward bending that is the primary cause of lower back strain and injury. It allows your legs to take the burden off your back. Makes your work easier with Shovels,

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An ABS Handle attachment that allows you to grip a tool higher on the shaft of any long-handled tool, so you stand up straighter-avoiding the awkward bending that is the primary cause of lower back strain and injury. It allows your legs to take the burden off your back. Makes your work easier with Shovels, Snow Shovels, Garden Rakes, Hoes, Pitchforks, Push brooms, Tree Trimmers, Paint Extension Poles, Fishing Poles, Dip Nets and more. Helps prevent injuries on the job. It significantly reduces the bending, leaning and lifting that can lead to back and shoulder fatigue. Fits any long-handled tools and moves easily from one tool to another in minutes. Made from tough, ABS plastic and guaranteed not to break for 2 years. Installs in 2-3 minutes without tools.

Product Features

  • It allows you to grip a tool higher on the shaft and stand up straighter
  • Patented Ergonomic Design Increases Leverage and Efficiency
  • Allows Your Legs to Take the Burden Off Your Back
  • Work More Comfortably with Less Strain on your Back and Shoulders
  • It makes your work easier with all long-handled tools. 1 Grip attachment per order of any assorted color will be received

Comments

Benelli2010 says:

Useless – broke after being mounted, before being used Great concept, but the product is garbage… Installed on a snow shovel according to instructions and placed the shovel with the Backsaver Grip attached in the garage. Went to use the shovel less than 24 hours later after 3-4 inches of snow fell, and the grip attachment is splintered around 3 of the 4 contact points for the screws. Installation was exactly as instructed with the screws and wingnuts tightened just enough to keep the attachment from slipping during normal use – product broke…

T. Hayden says:

You should try locating the handle at various point on the tool’s handle to see where it balances best and provides the best lev I first saw this handle on clearance at a local store for $2.50 a few years ago. After trying it and finding it extremely helpful, I went back and bought 6 more. I have mounted these on 2 rakes, 2 snow shovels, a tree lopper, a pole-mounted chain saw, and (as of yesterday) a pole-mounted hedge trimmer. Mine are all older (I think) models which fasten with 6 screws, not 4 as shown. Any tool mounted on a pole is going to be somewhat clumsy to use, but this handle makes it a lot less so. You…

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