ODii

19" Telescopic Grabbing Multi-Tool Sample

Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Handy Dandy Item

7/26/2020 by Diana

The addition of the magnetic end is great and so handy. Only issue is that it could be longer.

5

Goodbye Exasperation

6/27/2020 by Tami

My new Odii is the best grabber I’ve ever had! With the horrible rheumatoid arthritis in my fingers I’ve been unable to use other tools. But the Odii is built so well that I don’t need much strength or dexterity to grab items. The claw attachment is pure genius and the handle needs only a light squeeze to contract it around a fallen item. I’m taking my Odii to church with me to show my friends the great design of this device. Thanks to the Maker, you’ve helped make my life just that much easier!!

5

Handy, sturdy tool

5/5/2020 by Marjorie

Small items are easily retrieved by this quick functioning small tool. Makes life easier when kept at hand.

3

Not meant for heavy items

7/31/2020 by Kyle

I was looking forward to this item when I purchased it a year or so ago. Yes, the magnetic end is helpful. The claw is even okay but it is very small. Unfortunately, the neck bends too easily if an item has any weight at all. While I keep it around, I ended up having to buy a bigger grabber, one I happened to see on TV. I might end up moving this to the car for dropped coins, etc, that fall between the car seat and console.

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The ODii Story

A teeny, tiny hand that’s better than yours.

Little Retriever

When keys, loose change, credit cards—or even your phone—get stuck in hard-to-reach places, ODii can give you a hand. This grabbing tool has a tiny claw that lets you control the grip. It’s like a mini version of that arcade claw game, but it doesn’t let go.

Squeeze the handle firmly for a tighter hold. For a more delicate item, ease up on the grip. The slim, flexible body bends to navigate awkward angles—like behind the fridge, under furniture, or between the seats in the car. For extra help, a super strong magnet holds up to two pounds, and a detachable LED light brightens up the search
area.

Creator Kenn Buxton invented ODii after an unfortunate trip to the drive-thru. He dropped his cash between the car seats, and was unable to pay because he couldn’t reach it.

With this grabber in a kitchen drawer or your glove box, you’ll be ready next time something drops out of arm’s reach.
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