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    Safety tools/knives

    Tool lanyard

    March 1, 2013

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    The Squids 3100 Single Carabiner 10-pound Tool Lanyard tethers tools to help prevent injury, damage and lost productivity from dropped tools. It features a stretch cord surrounded by tubular nylon webbing, lock stitching at both ends for extra security, an aluminum carabiner and an adjustable barrel lock for tool attachment.

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