ever been working on your sled and droped a bolt or nut and can not find it :wacko: i think it's a case of the dreded garage floor monster :lol: he's just there waiting to pi## me off :lol: :lol: :lol:
Thats why im selling a revolutionary product. Its Monster EX.
It is a 4.5ft wooden pole with a 1 foot wide magnet with some nice little wheels. If you can find those dropped nuts on the floor instantly, almost like magic. Just run it up and down the floor till "Monster Ex" does pin points the target. It will find those lost nuts and bolts on your floor thats costing you money. It will save you hundreds of dollard because it also can pick up nails and screws that cause flat tires. It will also save you a trip to the chiropractor because you dont have to crawl on your hands and knees to find that screw.
*note only works with compatible metallic products. It will not work on your nuts sorry unless you have balls of steal.
Hey dont feel bad i dropped my dad's 3/8 rachet and socket into the lake. I thought he was gonna kill me. I hurried up to the garge. pulled out the "monster ex" and got it back within moments. Monster Ex saved my life and could save yours.
Im also throughing in a free mini monster ex for those hard to reach areas for the first 5 orders. so act know.
ever used an impact and a swivel with a socket and accidentaly hit the trigger and it throws the socket somewhere far away nad you never find it. It happend to me with a brand new 10 dollar attatchment. I was pissed
I have the telescoping Magnet, but when you drop something near your cylinder side on the back of the motor even that thing has a hard time getting in there...
The bottom line is when you drop something into your sled's engine, you can almost bet on the task to find and retrieve it will far outlast the actual task you were trying to do...and that sucks crooked you know what. :blink:
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