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NLG Small D Ring Tool Tether

NLG Small D Ring Tool Tether

NLG

Attach the Small D Ring Tool Tether with Tether Tape™ to create an instant attachment point on any small hand tool.

Code: 497309


NLG

£3.20 Each (ex. VAT)

£3.84 inc. VAT
Size One Size, Colour Green
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NLG Small D Ring Tool Tether

NLG D Ring Tool Tethers form part of NLG's unique Instant Tether System™ for stopping dropped objects and is well established as the preferred option for workers at height. They can be retro-fitted to almost any tool avoiding the unnecessary expense of buying new tools or the associated downtime of sending tools off site to be adapted for tethering. When used with Tether Tape™, the NLG D Ring Tether Points provide a solution to a multitude of tools commonly used at work – pliers, scaffold spanners, nips, chisels, knives etc – in fact, almost any hand tool up to a maximum weight limit of 1kg, or up to 3kg if used in conjunction with its big brother. As an integral part of a tool kit, the NLG D-Ring Tether and Tether Tape™ provide a versatile and quick solution to keep tools safe when working at height and means that no worker will have to waste time again on site through a lack of correctly tethered tools.

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Manufacturer Never let go
Manufacturer Code 101361

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