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Video As Seen On TV TOOLS Tested! (TAC Tool, Pocket Chainsaw, MagnoGrip)

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10:03   |   Mar 24, 2019

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As Seen On TV TOOLS Tested! (TAC Tool, Pocket Chainsaw, MagnoGrip)
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  • not every as seen on tv products a waste
  • of money but how would you really know
  • unless you try it or better yet we try
  • them for you we're gonna take a look at
  • some unusual tools and find out if
  • they're worth your cash or that are off
  • in the trash
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  • just minutes first out the tool bag is
  • the insta hang a easy and efficient way
  • to hang just about anything in seconds
  • we can't you already do that it comes in
  • a dazzling 47 piece set and each peg can
  • hold up to ten pounds so there's no
  • reason to keep anything on your floor
  • anymore after cutting open the packaging
  • we've got the device itself as well as a
  • ton of pegs caps and hooks if you flip
  • the packaging over on the back you'll
  • find some directions to get the insta
  • hang go the unit is primarily of plastic
  • design with a silver plunger at the top
  • that you'll use to drive the pig into
  • the surface there's also a small bubble
  • underneath to ensure that your anchors
  • are level to start loading it up slide
  • the black topper backward you'll reveal
  • four pegs to place your hooks on give
  • the rear a slight half turn and the
  • sliding spring should come right out
  • next just load your clip and replace the
  • springs really just a three step process
  • picket pack it fire it up come along
  • hang a picture on my wall all you've got
  • to do is choose your mark hold the unit
  • against the wall and after making sure
  • it's level give the plunger a hefty tap
  • as you can see hanging a few paintings
  • from the local talent can be done in
  • mere moments we do want to mention that
  • the insta hang doesn't only work well on
  • drywall take this outdoor pillar for
  • example after lining it up and given it
  • a good smack our pig becomes a permanent
  • fixture ready to display all of our
  • finest art with everything said and done
  • the insta hang does work it's a quick
  • way to ensure a level hang and it works
  • fairly well on multiple surfaces
  • unfortunately thumbtacks and nails are
  • already a thing and you could easily
  • just use those instead of these
  • similarly shaped pay
  • at a fraction of the price so unless
  • you're looking to do some rapid-fire
  • thumbtack and action you're probably
  • good with what you've got in your junk
  • drawer already greased up and ready for
  • a good time is the sportsman pocket
  • chainsaw for when you want to tackle
  • some light logging on the go but without
  • the complications of modern machinery
  • our treasure came wrapped in a
  • beautifully designed cardboard chest
  • with a picture of Bullwinkle off
  • cracking it open we've got a fashionable
  • belt pouch as well as a small bag
  • containing a bonus fire starter inside
  • the pouch is another bag containing the
  • saw compactly wrapped and ready for use
  • first impression it's lightweight yet
  • sturdy other than the nylon handles at
  • each end it's constructed very similarly
  • to a traditional chainsaw while working
  • out our kinks we notice there weren't as
  • many saw blades as we had expected
  • initially nor do they look particularly
  • sharp but let's give this a try on some
  • forestry behind the householdhacker
  • layer grabbing each handle and going in
  • a smooth but steady back-and-forth
  • motion you should be able to work right
  • through anything that gets in its path
  • surprisingly even thicker branches were
  • no match for the raw power of these
  • crazy back-and-forth dance moves the
  • outer layers shed almost immediately in
  • the entire process is much more painless
  • than you'd expect that being said the
  • chain did manage to get itself stuck in
  • just a couple of our tests this is
  • easily fixed but you would want to be
  • careful because the friction you're
  • creating will make the chain quite hot
  • now that we've tested the blades
  • let's cut open this watermelon to pull
  • them off a bit just place your fruit
  • right on the table and sneakily wrap
  • your blade around it once it's
  • positioned to give it a hearty pull this
  • may take a few tries but you'll be left
  • with a nice cleanly cut watermelon and
  • of course a picnic to remember this
  • method also works great on a bottle of
  • water if your lids stuck just slide the
  • chainsaw around the midsection and give
  • it a Yank you'll know you are successful
  • if you end up with most of the water on
  • your clothes
  • in fact the pocket chainsaw works well
  • on any fruits or vegetables
  • dare enter your domain all in all these
  • sports been pocket chainsaw really
  • surprised us in a good way
  • recommend it to you not only is it easy
  • to use but it's compact enough to put in
  • your camping pack unfortunately it's
  • hard to find this thing in most stores
  • so if you're planning on doing a little
  • logging you'll probably have to head to
  • the Amazon did I just polish my grapple
  • nope
  • it's the tack tool in as-seen-on-tv
  • multi-tool that houses 18 tools in one
  • let's bust it out and see what it's made
  • of inside the packaging we've got the
  • multi-tool instructions in the
  • all-too-familiar arbitration agreement
  • as well as another sweet addition to our
  • utility belt the tack tool has a decent
  • weight to it and it feels reliable a
  • small clasp on the bottom transforms it
  • from hammer to wrench with the sharp
  • edge tools and screwdriver concealed
  • safely away the pouch makes no such
  • guarantees however as the majority of
  • the tool fits directly inside but leaves
  • the pointy claws sticking out and ring
  • nails is a non-issue for the tactful and
  • removing them is just as quick not so
  • much when it comes to the screwdriver
  • left it requires a very steady hand or
  • it wants to repeatedly fold back into
  • its base the blade within managed to
  • slice this tomato with no issues looks
  • gorgeous
  • the branch saw was also very sharp
  • although it really wanted to get stuck
  • in the center of the branch during this
  • process we noticed that using any of the
  • interior objects you'll have to
  • constantly be aware of the hammer
  • o'clock is it'll sneak out and poke you
  • in the wrist if you're not wearing
  • gloves when opening it up to test the
  • wire cutter we discover that this thing
  • is more appropriate for wire stripping
  • than cutting as it wouldn't even get
  • through this thin cord to the lack of a
  • sharp edge on the cutter itself giving
  • it a go on some speaker wire was also a
  • poor attempt which is why we've demoted
  • it from cutter to crimper when it comes
  • down to it this thing isn't bad if
  • you're in a pinch or just need a couple
  • tools to take with you the tack tool
  • could be for you but if you expect every
  • option to be a grand slam really
  • setting yourself up for disappointment
  • the Magno grip is not only a magnetic
  • fashion statement but it's also a
  • pocketless tool holder to allow you to
  • forego the need of a helping hand
  • getting in that packaging this nylon
  • bracelet is well-made and rugged but not
  • heavy at all
  • opening the velcro fastener you can see
  • that this strap is a one size fits all
  • situation and it has plenty of room to
  • spare after slapping the wrist with a
  • handful of screws the Magno grip seems
  • to be in working order except for the
  • nail that was dropped as a booby trap to
  • see how it performs when things get
  • shaken we overloaded the wristband with
  • a handful of about 18 nails although we
  • did lose about 6 here it's doubtful that
  • you'd be shaking it all about or have
  • that many with you in the first place
  • it's almost like having a personal
  • assistant keeping everything handy
  • without searching for that elusive screw
  • in your pocket to give you a real
  • measure of the magnet strength we peg
  • the strap to a post and grab anything
  • nearby scissors are no problem but
  • larger heavy tools won't stand a chance
  • surprisingly the tack tool is an ideal
  • weight to hang on for dear life with and
  • it could still be the multi-purpose
  • miracle that you've been longing for as
  • far as we're concerned magno grip is a
  • welcome addition to any project having a
  • wristband that securely stores your
  • nails and screws is great it's sure to
  • make any project go that much smoother
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  • [Music]
  • mmm-hmm nothing like a nice chainsawed
  • tomato

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Do these "As Seen On TV" Tools belong in your Toolbox or the Trash?
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We put the mighty TAC TOOL (Swiss Army Knife Hammer), Pocket Chainsaw (a chainsaw you keep in your pocket), InstaHang (A picture mounting device) and MagnoGrip (Magnetic Wrist band) through our testing process and the results were interesting! Do you see yourself using these tools or are they better off left on the shelf?

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