Have you ever seen your dad engaged in a bit of DIY, holding the nails in his mouth because both hands are occupied by the hammer and holding the bit of wood in place? It's a familiar sight for many of us (or it may perhaps be something that you do yourself!) So often the phrase, 'I wish I had an extra pair of hands' is used at this point. This isn't an extra pair of hands - per se - but it is a handy way of helping you to hold things.
Attaching to your wrist with an elastic strap and with adjustable grip-strip closure to fit any size of arm, the magnetic tool wristband has clever integrated magnetic panels that are strong enough to hold lots of metal objects at the same time.
This is perfect for when you need those nuts and bolts to hand but can't actually work with them in your hand. Otherwise you have that awkward moment where you try to hold something in place with your knee, or even the side of your face, whilst you grapple blindly for the loose bits of metal you need to complete the job.
It's non-intrusive, measuring a neat 28 cm long when fully unfolded and approx. 8.5 cm wide at the widest part (it narrows towards one end for a good fit) and as well as the two magnetic panels it also has a useful little pocket section and an elastic strap for holding non-metal or unwieldy items.