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QUICK FIST KEEPS EQUIPMENT IN ORDER AND SAFELY SECURED

Published: Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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Securing equipment is super simple with Quick Fist and Super Quick Fist from Davis Instruments. These rubber clamps are ideal for stowing or transporting tools, keeping gear firmly in place better than hooks or plastic clamps. Quick Fist cinches tightly and will stretch rather than break. Terrific for marine use, neither model will rust or corrode.

The smaller version comes as a pair and has a range of on-water applications, such as securing lines, boat hooks or water toys. It is also suitable as a pipe stand-off. The larger Super Quick Fist is ideal for holding fire extinguishers, chart holders, D-size oxygen cylinders and other equipment. Two can be used to hold a 7" CO2 tank.

Quick Fist is also great for off-road trucks, military equipment, ATVs or any vehicle. It can be used to keep air hoses in place, while two are useful when securing building and landscaping tools. For camping, ATV and off-road use, this rubber clamp keeps everything from tent poles and cooking gear to flashlights and fishing rods accessible.

Both models are constructed from heavy-duty, transportation-grade rubber, are UV resistant and can withstand extreme heat or cold. Quick Fist mounts with one #10 through bolt or #10 screw, while Super Quick Fist requires three fasteners and can be secured with the strap facing any direction.

Each Quick Fist can hold objects from 7/8" to 2-1/4" in diameter and support approximately 22 lbs. The mounting base measures 7/8" x 2-3/4". Super Quick Fist can secure items from 2-1/2" to 7-1/2" in diameter and up to 50 lbs. Its mounting base is 7/8" x 6".

The patented Quick Fist from Davis Instruments retails for $14.99 per pair, while one Super Quick Fist is also $14.99.

Contact Davis Instruments, 3465 Diablo Ave., Hayward, CA  94545. 510-732-9229; Fax: 510-732-9188.[email protected]www.davisnet.com.

 


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