A rubber grip that fits most pens, small paint brushes and small hand tools. The grip provides a support ledge on the front which enables the user to use a fingertip, knuckle or thumb to hold the pen to the paper and guide it along, which eliminates the need to squeeze the side of the pen, brush or tool.
Extra product information
MATERIALS: The EZ Grip is made of a rubber composite that is hypoallergenic and can be cleaned and chemically sterilised.
APPLICATION: The EZ Grip can be attached to any pen, pencil or pencil-like tool for ease of use. They have been used on picks, probes, scalpels, modeling knives and small hobby tools. They can be used whenever repetitive motions are required to gain more precise control over the instrument used , or when small implements must be used over long periods of time.
Because the grips are rubber, when slipped over other rubber or plastic materials, the friction created can make putting the grip on a difficult task. Dextek recommend using a drop of water (not oil) in the center hole to lessen the friction - the grip will go on smoother and expand to suit the needed width. The water will evaporate. The grip can also be cut up the back with scissors and wrapped around and over existing rubber grips or larger products such as markers.
CLEANING: It can be cleaned and chemically steralized.
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Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model EzGrip Pen and Tool Grip: One model only
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