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Same thing happened to mine while in my pocket. Lucky me. You can just replace the hardware by stopping at your local Home Depot or Lowes.
By Leigh on April 24, 2018
Still waiting on mine
By Drew on November 27, 2017
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First of all, this is the KEYCHAIN VERSION. Nothing wrong with that, because it's exactly what I wanted to get as a "Starter" grappling/gravity hook. It's size can easily be compared to that of a "Pack of Tic Tacs". To be more specific; its height and width are approximately the same as a pack of Tic Tacs. Hence why the item description clearly states SMALL. Again, not a bad thing! What you get: A box the size of a regular bar of soap. Inside is the grappling/gravity hook, wrapped in a single layer of thin foam sheeting.... Already ready for use (sort of)(I'll explain more shortly). It says it comes with 2 "O" rings (which are already on the device where they're supposed to be), but I only got one. The entire purpose of the "O ring" is to keep a "spring like" pressure on the device when it's used as a Gravity Hook. TAKE NOTICE!!!! You do not, I repeat; DO NOT need to keep the O ring(s) on the device for it to work properly! I removed mine, and moved it into the paracord line that I affixed to the device, in case I find that need to use it whenever. The reason for this (again) is because the O ring is meant to keep continuous "spring like" pressure on the device; TO KEEP THE HOOKS "CLAWS" CLOSED WHEN IT'S BEING USED AS A GRAVITY HOOK, AND HAS GRABBED AN OBJECT. I removed the O ring, to allow the claws to open easier in Gravity mode. They CAN open with the O ring...but not as easy, as the O ring is very strong and to use the Gravity Hook, the device has to land on an object ~ its claws landing directly on top of the object, which by force of gravity causes the claws to spread and begin to grab the object. NOW when this happens one of two things will happen; if you have the O ring on the device and it properly lands, opening the claws enough to grab the object ~ the O ring will automatically make the claws close, grabbing the object (such as the keyring on your keys) SECURELY. And the O ring will keep the claws closed until you either manually open them (reeling the line in, and physically opening the claws with your hands), OR until you drop the Gravity Hook again with enough force to make them reopen briefly (unlikely you'll be doing this unless you hooked the device on something other than your desired target, and are trying to free the object without manually opening the claws) The other thing that will happen if you remove the O ring from its place on the Gravity Hook ~ is the claws will open much easier and stay open until you pull the line back to getting the object to you. Doing so will activate the simple mechanics of the device, causing the claws to close and stay closed as long as you keep tension on the line. If you release the tension during this and the object isn't hanging from the device and off the ground/floor, the device will likely reopen if it's not hanging from the line (hence the name "gravity")(such as it's just laying on the floor). Moving on! I've read reviews that other's devices have fallen apart, sometimes rather quickly. Mine has not. At all. The original creator of this device has gone through many prototypes, this one having bolts and nuts to assemble and mechanicalize it. It also has a keyring instead of the proper bolt clip, going through the end that connects to whatever line you attach to it. I myself will be replacing these parts soon, making its mechanics slimmer. I've been using (playing with) this for over 3 days... Haven't had an issue. I've got 20ft of crafting paracord attached and I must say... It's really fun! If you're a fan of "claw machines" or you're a fan of Batman (my alliance is with Marvel), or you like James bond.... Than this will be an adorable little gadget to mess with! You'll probably have a hard time trying not to play with it. I take mine everywhere. I'm not walking around swinging it, but I got it because it can be a real lifesaver in situations where you need to retrieve something you dropped or that fell into a hard to reach area. Also...I'm making this clear now, THIS IS NOT FOR CLIMBING! THIS WILL NOT HOLD MORE THAN A FEW (MAYBE 10) POUNDS! THIS IS NOT FOR HOLDING THE WEIGHT OF A HUMAN! And even if it can hold the weight of a toddler, the KEYRING WOULD COME UNDONE! This is designed for retrieving objects, and for clipping and attaching to things that are considered lightweight. They sell a larger version of this for the same price, that is twice the size of this. I think THAT ONE (NOT THIS ONE) still only holds up to 170 lbs. And it just as well isn't recommended for climbing either (despite how it's advertised) So. In closing (if all of this actually posts), the device is well made (for a keychain version). It's worth the purchase. I'll be buying a few more. There. Now you have every bit of information that would be pertinent to know, to find out if this is something you'll want to buy. Thanks for reading.
August 16, 2018
July 30, 2017
Nicely made, but I was expecting a tool, not a keychain. For the price, its a well made keychain. As a tool, it's a little (and I mean LITTLE) underwhelming. I might buy more as stocking stuffers, time will tell. It was definitely an impulse buy. Now I have to find a use for it. I dont think ill have a problem with that. I did have to tighten all the bolts on it. They were barely on.
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