InventHelp developer has designed a tool that securely retain nuts and other fasteners: the N H TOOL. The new tool is producible in several design variations, depending on its intended application.
The patent-pending invention provides an improved method of holding nuts in place in tight confined areas when installing corresponding bolts. In doing so, it helps to prevent skinned knuckles and related injuries. It also increases efficiency and it reduces strain.
The new invention features a practical design that’s easy to use, making it ideal for contractors, construction workers, mechanics, do-it-yourselfers, etc.
“I wanted to create an easier way to retain nuts in place behind panels, wires and other obstructions,” said the inventor, who remains anonymous, from Port St. Lucie, Florida. “So, I invented the N H TOOL. My design reduces the amount of time required to install nuts and fasteners.”
The original design was submitted to the Jacksonville sales office of InventHelp. It’s currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers.
For more information, write…
Dept. 20-CNH-107, InventHelp
217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA
Or call: 412.288.1300 ext. 1368