A Simple Invention That Makes Hammering Safe For Fingers

Someone has just invented a better mouse trap for hammering nails. Called the ...

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#2 Hammer

Very subtly, hammer is one of the most used tool in our daily life. Every time you have to put in a nail on the wall, you need a hammer. But the biggest problem in the hammer is that it involves the risk of hurting your fingers real bad. A little lapse in concentration while hammering the nail in the wall and your finger is damaged. So what's the solution of this problem?

Someone has just invented a better mouse trap for hammering nails. Called the "ThumbSaver", it'll hold the nail for you while your thumb remains out of hammers way. Check out the video on the next page to see the invention...

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Talking more about this invention, designed by a framing contractor, ThumSaver has a small slot and a powerful magnet that holds any nail, staple or screw in place. It's an invention that has been long overdue. This will make sure that you do not accidentally bang the hammer on your fingers.

Although this sounds small but the invention is really important and keen. It'll benefit so many people around the globe. This will prevent so many freaky accidents caused by hammer around the world. Check out the video and I bet, you will love it!

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