MagnoGrip 311-090 Magnetic Wristband

Last updated date: November 30, 2020

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MagnoGrip 311-090 Magnetic Wristband

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We looked at the top Stocking Stuffers For Men and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Stocking Stuffer For Men you should buy.

Update as November 30, 2020:
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Overall Take

The MagnoGrip 311-090 Magnetic Wristband is a simple accessory that can be a lifesaver for serious handymen. Magnets in the lining will hold fast any screws, nails or other small metal parts, making sure they don't get lost in your workspace. The ballistic-grade polyester is tough enough for any job and the size is fully adjustable.

In our analysis of 38 expert reviews, the MagnoGrip Magnetic Wristband placed 8th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

100% polyester imported embedded with strong magnets for holding screws, scissors, and small tools provides a third helping hand when you need it most ideal for many woodworking, home improvement, and do-it yourself projects made of durable 1680d ballistic polyester one size fits all. WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – From the Manufacturer MagnoGrip is a manufacturer of professional duty magnetic work gear. All our products are built to satisfy the requirements of the pro. We reinforce our products with rivets at the key stress points for increased durability. We use double-layered ballistic nylon to achieve a rugged lightweight construction that puts less strain on your back and more muscle into the gear so that it handles the most demanding jobs. The magnet features built into the products enable you to keep screws and tools close at hand. Use the MagnoGrip magnetic wristband to keep tools on your wrist while you work. Ideal for holding nails, screws, fasteners, wrenches and small tools. Finish jobs in less time and with less frustration. Breathable lightweight design allows you to wear the magnetic wristband all day. Super strong magnets also provides therapeutic relief to the wrist.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

7 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

2,141 user reviews

What experts liked

This magnetic wristband is made of durable and strong 1680D ballistic polyester that offers comfort whenever you have it around your wrist and working.
- CTOP Reviews
With the help of adjustable size, you will be able to use the wristband as per your requirement without any problem at all. This is one of the main reasons why it is so useful.
- Read Best Reviews
July 18, 2019 | Full review
In general, users have a high opinion of the MagnoGrip wristband, and they praise the design, functionality, and usefulness.
- Top 5 Reviews
This is a streamlined, yet invaluable, magnetic wrist band that is likely to be of particular interest to the DIY enthusiast.
- Tech Zimo
November 21, 2019 | Full review
Moreover, this magnetic wristband came in one size that fits all kind of people, thanks to the adjustable fit system.
- DIY Tool Expert
October 28, 2019 | Full review
The wristband is made of 1680 ballistic polyester for increased durability of the wristband. This can withstand damage from sharp screw parts.
- Toolz View
June 18, 2019 | Full review
The magnetic wristband is popular among home craft enthusiast, electronic hobbyist, carpenters and also professional tradesmen. However, for anyone working with tiny metal parts, this tool will be a lifesaver.
- Tools Freak
July 4, 2019 | Full review

What experts didn't like

However, some customers have complained that the wristband consists of two magnets only and that they can hold only a couple of screws and nothing more.
- Top 5 Reviews
Again, the magnets don’t cover the whole surface that means you may find trouble to hold screws in all over the wrist band.
- DIY Tool Expert
October 28, 2019 | Full review
Because the wristband has only two magnets, it’s only suitable for holding a few items when working.
- Toolz View
June 18, 2019 | Full review
One of the major drawbacks is that it can only hold small size tools. Besides you have to keep it away from pacemakers or other magnetic sensitive devices to avoid interference.
- Tools Freak
July 4, 2019 | Full review

An Overview On Stocking Stuffers For Men

Have you gotten the guys in your life to tell you what they actually want for the holidays? Congratulations! You’ve won more than half the battle. The expectation of self-sufficiency that society places on guys can make them a little tight-lipped when it comes to filling out the wish list, but don’t worry: If you have to guess, we’ve got some ways you can hedge your bets.

When we’re talking about stocking stuffers, your shopping mission actually gets a little easier. By definition, you’ve got to keep things small, which eliminates a lot of options. With the exception of the dreaded Dad Tie, your usual clothing gifts are going to be too big. That leaves three main categories that should appeal to most gents: Tech, tools and toys.


Don’t be afraid to go for gadgets, even if you’re determined to keep things cheap. Tech gear doesn’t need to mean a new smartphone or fitness watch (though those will certainly be appreciated). There are relatively inexpensive accessories out there like phone chargers and earphones that most guys always need, frequently wear out and rarely buy for themselves. Know a music lover? There are tons of sales on Bluetooth speakers during the holidays. Or, if your man loves his facial hair, a good beard trimmer might be just the thing if he doesn’t already have one.


If the gent you’re buying for has even a trace of handyman ability, your list just got a lot easier to fill. If you know your way around a tool chest as well, maybe you can sneak a peek at his and look for items that might be missing or worn. So many tools fit just right into a stocking that it would be impossible to list them all. Some of the essentials include drills, emergency flashlights or socket sets, but probably the biggest hit over the past few seasons has been the multi-tool, a high-tech update on the Swiss army knife. Some of the best can combine multiple screwdrivers, a flashlight, a wrench and several other tools into a package the size of a small remote control.

Tools don’t necessarily have to be the fix-it type, either. Food-loving fellas will appreciate some grill utensils, a good set of knives, a knife sharpener or one of the high-tech food temperature gauges that have come on the market of late.

There’s also a ton of great items for the car, ranging from the life-saving (jumper cables, tire pressure gauges) to the convenient (smartphone mounts or GPS devices).


When it comes to game time, even the most mature men can revert to boyhood pretty fast (and some spouses might argue they never really revert back). Golf balls or baseball gloves are a no-brainer for fans of either sport, and a good deck of cards will always be appreciated, especially if it’s personalized in some way. If you want to go a little pricier, there’s always video games. Just make sure you’re buying the game for a console that your man already owns. And these days, you can even get recreational drones that are as small as a smartphone.

And while it’s not one of the above categories, there is one fallback gift that works for almost any guy: Vice. Unless they’re a tee-totaller, most any dude will find a use for a good bottle of whiskey, gin or craft beer. And even those who don’t smoke regularly sometimes like a good cigar. As with anyone on your list, a little research will go a long way.

The Stocking Stuffer For Men Buying Guide

  • Want to add a little pizzazz to an otherwise common gift? Personalize it. Monograms or nameplates work especially well for lighters or keychain items, but they can be put on almost anything. Depending on the item, it might not even cost that much extra, and you can bet it will be their new favorite item. Tools, towels, wallets and pocket flasks are all good candidates. Just make doubly sure that it’s something the man in question can actually use. Otherwise, all you’re doing is making sure he can’t return it.
  • Giving your dad or another significant male a tie is such a TV trope that we shouldn’t have to issue a warning, but just in case you need one: Don’t — especially if the recipient doesn’t have a professional office job to begin with. The less you know someone, the more awkward a tie will be. It’s a pretty big red flag that you had no idea what to get them and should have just gone with a gift card. If guys need ties, they will directly tell a loved one or buy it themselves.
  • Speaking of gift cards: If they’re for a place where your guy shops, they will be appreciated. But they still scream “I ran out of ideas,” unless you take a little extra time with the packaging. Consider hiding a gift card inside an otherwise innocuous gift like a pair of socks, a deck of cards or even (if they have the right sense of humor) a tie.