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Inventors’ New Tool Pulls Out All Nails – Even in Corners or Backwards
A new nail removal tool called the Kwick Gripper, created by father and son inventors Eric and Ben Eby, completely removes any type of nail, screw or staple, even broken or backwards
Wanting to salvage the wood and re-use it, the Ebys knew pounding the nails over was not an option; they needed to be removed. After being unable to find a nail remover on the market that was up to the job, the pair started developing their own.
The father-son duo scraped together every cent they could find for development. Early prototypes of the nail puller began to look very promising, not only removing headless and broken nails, but grabbing the pointed end and pulling the head (http://youtu.be/
The design, then called the “Anailator,”
The Kwick Gripper works (http://www.youtube.com/
"I have no idea why this wasn't invented sooner,” said Jason Daily, Owner of Deck ReDo, LLC. “The Kwick Gripper can remove staples, nails, and screws with amazing ease.” Chris Aronson, Owner of C&N Farms LLC, agreed, saying, “I simply can’t believe how much grip and leverage it has.”
Ben and his father are currently offering the opportunity to pre-order the Kwick Gripper nail remover tool for a special discounted rate on the E.B. Tool Company website (http://www.ebtoolcompany.com).
The company is using GoFundMe to finance the Kwick Gripper’s marketing efforts. GoFundMe is an online fundraising service that allows individuals to create a personal donation website for business start-ups, life events, and more.
More information about the Kwick Gripper nail puller can be found at http://www.gofundme.com/
E.B. Tool Company
Attn: Benjamin Eby
111 St. Hway 171
Gay Mills, WI 54631