Unger Contoured Grip Professional Grabber/Reacher, 36-Inch
Last updated: January 17, 2023
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We looked at the top Grabber/Reachers and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Grabber/Reacher you should buy.
In our analysis, the Unger Contoured Grip Professional Grabber/Reacher, 36-Inch placed 8th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Nifty Nabber will extend your reach 36″ without any bending, stretching, or stooping. Heavy-duty claw design is perfect for yard waste and litter clean-up. Rubber-tipped jaws hold large, small or odd shaped objects without scratching. Built-in magnets attract and pick-up small metal objects. Ergonomic grip is comfortable to hold.
If you’ve ever grabbed a chair or step stool to get something from an out-of-reach shelf, you know the benefits of an extended arm. But for those with mobility limitations, the benefits can become essential to quality of life.
A grabber can extend your reach by at least a couple of feet beyond the length of your outstretched arm. If you haven’t checked out these devices recently, you may not realize how advanced they’ve become. You can find reachers that bend like an arm to give you extra flexibility when you’re trying to pick up items. There are also plenty that have the classic straight design, but with a claw that rotates to help you grab what you need.
The claws themselves have come a long way in recent years. Many are now built with nonskid, nonslip surfaces to make it easier to grab onto items. But what’s really improved is the versatility of these devices. With one grabber, you can pick up items weighing as much as 5 pounds or a small item like a pill or a coin.
Reachers aren’t just for household items, though. Some Good Samaritans use a grabber to pick up litter on their daily walks. That calls for a grabber with a tight grip to pick up small items like receipts and tissues.