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Top 5 Reasons to Have a Magnetic Wristband for Repairs

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Everyone has matched wits with the ever-elusive nuts and bolts at least once in their life. Whether you’re a professional mechanic, a DIY dad, or just someone who has to do a little bit of maintenance around the house from time to time, you understand the pain and frustration that comes with misplacing something right as you’re about to put everything back together. Scouring the ground and possibly even the next few rooms for a tiny screw is a great way to waste a bunch of time, so unless you’ve got nothing better to do with your day, it’s worth looking into a way to solve this problem once and for all. Thankfully, there’s a simple yet ingenious solution within grasp — literally. That is the magnetic wristband, a handy little device that makes keeping track of these stray odds and ends all that much easier.

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What can it do? How does it benefit you? Let’s look at the top five reasons to have a magnetic wristband for repairs in the shop or around the house to find out.

1. 15 Powerful Magnets to Hold Everything

In every one of e-Holster’s magnetic wristbands, you’ll find 15 super strong magnets that line almost the entire length of the band. With these, you can stick small metallic objects to the entire circumference of your wrist. Outside of feeling like some kind of superhero, this is a great way of organizing bits and pieces you take off of appliances, vehicles, or other things you work on, plus an easy way to take spare screws, nails, washers, and more with you if you’re moving around while you work.

2. Multiple Pockets

Beyond just the magnets, magnetic wristbands also come with a pair of pockets. This way, you can also carry non-metal objects with you as you work. This is great for anything made from plastic but can also be a good way of keeping larger, more irregularly shaped or weighted items like screwdrivers tucked away, too.

3. Tons of Versatility

Magnetic wristbands are obviously designed to go around your wrist, but they’re equally easy to wear strapped around a belt. Rather than employ a bulky tool belt, simply hang a wristband and go. It’s several times cheaper and just as effective if you’re only using it for the occasional repair work, not to mention a lot more reliable that a dish you can easily knock over.

4. Sturdy Good Looks

While this one isn’t a super functional option, it’s worth noting that the magnetic wristband doesn’t look too bad strapped to your arm. It’s solid black ballistic nylon with sturdy construction and green structural stitching as a bit of an accent. Style has to count for something, and when you’ve got a device that’s as durably built like this, you can be sure you’ll look your best for even the dirtiest jobs.

5. Comfortable and Easy to Wear

A magnetic wristband is an easy accessory to wear. Designed as a one-size-fits-most tool, it can contract to as little as 6 inches around and expand to over 10 inches, allowing just about anyone to wear it without a problem. Additionally, while the outer layer of the wristband is made from tough nylon, the inner layer you’ll be touching is a soft mesh material, making it both enjoyable to have on your wrist as well as breathable to prevent sweating.

For these and many other reasons, a magnetic wristband is a great investment for anyone who works with their hands. If you’ve been on the lookout for a new way to take care of business, e-Holster’s own magnetic wristband might just be right up your alley.