MetMo Grip - Clearance Grade B
MetMo Grip - Clearance Grade B
MetMo Grip - Clearance Grade B
MetMo Grip - Clearance Grade B
MetMo Grip - Clearance Grade B
MetMo Grip - Clearance Grade B
MetMo Grip - Clearance Grade B

MetMo Grip - Clearance Grade B

Regular price £99.00 Sale price £64.99
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These Grips are slightly damaged, they operate as intended but the mechanisms on them will need working in and can be stiff initially with visual dents, imperfections or machining marks on various parts.   

Each one is different in its own way and could be a small project to refurbish it or just enjoy it for what it is. 

The Metmo Grip

An icon of industry re-imagined to get a grip on the 21st Century. A piece of engineering history re-imagined for the modern day, MetMo Grip is both a fidget toy and tool, keeping you satisfied for hours on end either fiddling with it or using it to clamp the life out of something.

Weight: 300g
Size: 180mm x 60mm x 13mm
Finish: Sandblasted Stainless Steel
Grip Force: 1.2Kg (2.6 lbs) 
Materials: 316 Stainless Steel - 6061 Anodized Aluminium - 1020 Carbon Steel 

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Nick M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Fiddle Away

Nice tool - I havent tried it yet as a tool but more as a fiddle piece. Im confident it will work ok as a tool though, there is a little movement once set but there is similar movement on most adjustable spanners. Very nice to play with and has some weight to it - Just awaiting the Metmo Cube to come back in stock!

Adam W.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Really lovely toy

I bought this not as a tool, but a fidget tool. As such, it works beautifully. Great engineering and manufacturing.

Anthony M.
Australia Australia

Sliding Mechanism Seizes

I was surprised how large the Grip was when it arrived in its nicely finished presentation box. It is quite substantial. My main issue with the grip is that the sliding mechanism is not smooth and seizes often. That specific defect is part of the description for Grade C Grips, not Grade B, and so I am disappointed in how the products are described. I was expecting nicks and scuffs, but not a mechanically faulty product. I would probably recommend the Grip, if available, but not the clearance grades unless you have the ability and interest in repairing them.

Brady M.
Australia Australia

Nice one

As an engineer Metmo grip is right up my alley, I was impressed with the build quality and the unique styling, nice one guys.