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Power Hooks

Sometimes we need a helping hand, someone to hold the light or hand us a wrench at the right moment. Measuring just 1-9/16″ in diameter and 3-3/4″ high, Magswitch’s Power Hook can hold up to 25 lbs safely as long as it’s stuck to at least 1/4″ thick steel. It won’t replace a helper in all situations — but it doesn’t need coffee breaks either.

Turn the hook and the Power Hook locks onto any flat or rounded ferrous surface giving you two hooks and a hanging hole. To break away the Power Hook you would need to apply over 100 lbs of force, but you can easily release it just by pushing and twisting the hook.

Look to pay about $40 for a single Power Hook — then you too can harness the awesome power of the hook.

Power Hook [Magswitch]
Power Hook [Rockler]


4 Responses to The Power (Of The) Hook

  1. Shopmonger says:

    Looks great althoug a old mass speaker magent works well too……

    Gte some blown subs from some guy with a civic and pull off the magents

  2. Frank Townend says:

    This is great. Knowing me, it will still be attached to the underside of the car next time I get under there.

  3. PutnamEco says:

    I’ve always preferred not exposing my tools to magnets. After a while the tool will itself become magnetized, and I find that the little metal shavings that the tools then attracts, to be most annoying.

  4. Old Donn says:

    Not a bad idea if you’ve got a hoist. Can’t see much use for one of these if the car’s on the ground or on jack stands.

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