Ex­tra Hand, Any­one?

The Family Handyman - - STUFF WE LOVE -

Ever held a flash­light in your teeth to make a plumb­ing or auto re­pair? Well, these flash­light hold­ers can save your teeth and your neck. Both hold­ers have a 9-in. flex­i­ble neck that bends 90 de­grees and ro­tates 360 de­grees. The ta­pered spring clip firmly grips flash­lights rang­ing from

3/4 in. to 2 in. in di­am­e­ter.

The spring clamp ver­sion can be se­cured to any ob­ject up to 2 in. thick. The mag­netic ver­sion has a pow­er­ful disc mag­net that can cling to ap­pli­ances, ve­hi­cles and many flat metal sur­faces. You can even stick this ver­sion to a drill press ta­ble so a flash­light can il­lu­mi­nate your work.

The Lisle holder with a mag­netic base

(No. 71070) sells for about $20, and the clamp ver­sion (No.

70450) for about

$30 on­line and at some auto parts stores. Find out more at lislecorp. com.

Clamp ver­sion Mag­netic ver­sion

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