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Hand Held Reacher

SKU 146-RTL5020
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Original price $74.95
Original price $74.95 - Original price $74.95
Original price $74.95
Current price $21.00
$21.00 - $22.99
Current price $21.00
  • Description
  • Features
  • The Hand Held Reacher is the perfect tool for accessing items that are dropped, stored on high shelves, or otherwise out of reach. It minimizes the need for bending or stretching movements, providing a convenient and efficient solution.

    Constructed with a durable aluminum and plastic frame, this reacher is ultra-lightweight, weighing only 5.4 oz. Its lightweight design ensures ease of use without compromising on durability. The specially designed full handgrip allows you to utilize all four fingers, providing a greater grip for enhanced control.

    The McKesson Hand-Held Reacher is designed to extend your reach effortlessly. With a pistol trigger that requires just 7 oz. of pressure, it enables easy operation for users of varying strength. The jaws of the reacher open 2.5 inches wide, accommodating larger objects for easy retrieval.

    To ensure secure grasping, the reacher is equipped with non-slip rubber tabs and magnetic tips. These features allow the composite jaws to latch onto items more securely, reducing the risk of dropping or losing grip.

    For added peace of mind, the Hand Held Reacher is free from natural rubber latex, making it safe for those with latex allergies.

    Each order includes 1 Hand Held Reacher. For bulk purchases, it is available in packs of 6 reachers per box, with 10 boxes per case.
      • McKesson Hand-Held Reacher
      • Used to extend reach
      • Pistol trigger only requires 7 oz. of pressure
      • Jaws open 2.5 inches wide for picking up larger objects
      • Non-slip, rubber tabs and magnetic tips allow composite jaws to retrieve and latch onto items more securely.
      • Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
      • Packaged: 1 Each, 6 Reachers Per Box, 10 Boxes Per Case
      • WARNING: This product can expose you to lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to