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Wire Roller With Storage Spools

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The Wire Roller With Storage Spools is designed for users with one arm or poor finger dexterity to wrap up and store long strands of wire, rope, cable, string or cords without tangling them. Whether the user is building or moving fence, winding up electric cords, or wrapping up rope for later use, it can be a challenge to keep long strands from tangling. The wire roller can hang on the users belt while the handle is turned with one hand to roll up the wire or string on a spool. The spool can be removed and stored until needed if another type of rope or cable must be rolled up later.

Technical Specifications: 

Capacity: 1/2 mile or more. Will hold 50 feet of extension cords, 100 feet of clothesline or thousands of feet of kite string.

6-1/2 inches in diameter by 4 inches wide, holds 1/2 mile of 18-gauge standard electric fence wire.

Color: White

Available

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Price: 
22.99
as of: 
09/20/2016
Seller(s): 
Wire Roller With Storage Spools

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Disabilitywork.com
Disabilitywork.com Organization Type: 
Public
DisabilityWORK.com provides an array of individualized services for employment/rehabilitation service agents and clients, enabling them to accomplish their mission of placing individuals with disabilities in gainful employment situations. Services include searchable job listings, resume and cover letter building, career counseling, job placement, and job coaching. Employer services include posting openings, resume searching, and "head hunting."
Address: 
335 North Duluth Avenue
57104 Sioux Falls , SD United States
Email address: support@disabilityWork.com
Phone: 888-221-7606
South Dakota US
Web Address: 
http://www.disabilityWORK.com
 
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