LANDMANN 1537 91,4 cm Pince à bûche, Noir
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- Action de levier poignée avec grip en caoutchouc
- Noir finition adaptée pour une utilisation en intérieur et en extérieur.
- Léger mais durable
- Poignée en caoutchouc reste froid au toucher pour plus de confort ; la pince ramasse les journaux jusqu'à 20,3 cm de diamètre
- Grabber mesure 88,9 cm de long ; pèse 1,8 kilogram lors de l'expédition
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Description du produit
Un accessoire de cheminée à utiliser pour ramasser les bûches et en mettant sur le feu. Cette longue, en acier en outil pour garder la main une distance de sécurité de l'incendie. Robuste, solide mais léger. La poignée en caoutchouc avec action de levier et 3 Pince de préhension permettent la manipulation sûre et facile dans les manoeuvres carburant pour toute cheminée. Poignées bûches jusqu'à 20,3 cm d'épaisseur. Finition à revêtement en poudre offrant durabilité pour l'intérieur et l'extérieur. Noir. article exclusif breveté : brevet n ° 5,354,110. Fabriqué en Chine.
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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008RG6C3I/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_11 ; drilled a quick hole and it is a big improvement.
2/11/18 - used in the fireplace - I just wanted to add that I stand corrected, you can use this one-handed provided the log isn't huge. It's very handy moving logs around. Definitely confirm the rating.
My initial impressions are positive. It's not the most hefty or solidly made fireplace tool I've seen but it's built better than I expected given the price I paid. The main pole is a hollow tube with all other metal parts held to it either with welds or bolts. The rubber handle can be easily pulled off of the top. I'll probably pull it off, spray a little 3M adhesive in it and slide it back on so it holds a little better and doesn't slip off accidentally during use.
In the pictures you can see it is 3 feet long from the top of the rubber handle to the very bottom of the forks. The "claw" forks open and look like they extend enough to grab a firewood log as large as 7.5" in diameter.
There are a lot of stickers that came on this. Two barcode stickers and one 10" long sticker that wraps all the way around the center of the main pole. I normally hate removing stickers but considering this is going to be used in a fire pit, I'll just let them burn/melt off as I use it and not worry about getting out the goof off to make it sticker residue free.
It also shipped with 3 small rubber pieces attached to each prong at the bottom. The prongs aren't sharp but I guess they are pointy enough to poke through the packaging so that's most likely why they were included. They were easily removable (though a nice hot fire would have melted them away too)... but not so easy to keep track of that they are something you would want to reattach after each use for storage. Not that they would be needed because, like I said, the ends of this are not pointy and sharp like a marshmallow or hot dog roasting stick.
Update: I can understand why some people modified this with a spring to automatically close but I don't feel that is necessary. This is definitely a two handed tool. I don't feel comfortable picking up anything but the smallest of logs if I'm not using both hands. It's easier to rotate and reposition logs when you have a firm grip on it. It's a great tool.
I do take back some of what I said about the stickers. The small UPC stickers burned off easily and completely as they were low down closer to the fire. The big sticker wrapped around the center isn't going anywhere soon unless I start scraping it off. Normally, I subtract 2 stars if there are nearly impossible to remove stickers. It's one of my pet peeves. However, since this is only going to be used for an outdoor fire pit and I don't care much how it looks, I'll let the sticker slide on my score.