Re-Grip PN44-7 Replacement Handle Grip for Hand and Garden Tools, 0.69 by 1.5-Inch

Brand: Re-Grip
Post : 9 mon ago (February 7, 2017) | 258 views.

Feature :

  • Patented easy-install design; just "Slip It; Zip It and Re-Grip It"
  • Replaces and improves the grip on a variety of objects such as hand tools, landscape tools, automotive tools, sports equipment, wheelbarrows and more
  • Helps prevent blisters and protects products against UV rays
  • Non-slip for better control and safety
  • For handles 0.69 to 1.5 Inch (18-38 mm) diameter

  • List Price : $9.99
  • Price : $8.60
  • Your Save : $1.39 (14% OFF)
  • Usually ships in 24 hours
  • Price on Fri, 10 Feb 2017 22:37:42

Description :

With its patented easy-install design, Re-Grip provides a simple, economical method of replacing and enhancing a handle grip. It's as easy as "Slip It; Zip It and Re-Grip It". Re-Grip improves the handle grip on a variety of cylindrical and semi cylindrical objects such as hammers, wrenches, axes, picks, shovels, rakes, sports equipment, levers, flashlights, handlebars, automotive tools, wheelbarrows and more. Some of today's tools come with grips that are formed of soft material for comfort but they tend to fail before the tool breaks. Some grips are formed of a harder material to be more durable, but those grips generally sacrifice comfort. Replacement and supplementary grips are uncommon because handles come in a variety of shapes and sizes and because replacing a handle is generally a difficult process. Some replacement grips are available but they tend to be very specific to a particular handle and application. Others are cheap and difficult to install. Re-Grip helps prevent blisters and protects products against UV rays. It is easy to install and non-slip for better control and safety. It's so affordable you can re-grip just about everything.

Re-Grip PN44-7 Replacement Handle Grip for Hand and Garden Tools, 0.69 by 1.5-Inch :

Attention: Polynesian Gardens Residents,

Due to the maintenance delinquencies in our community and the upcoming shortfall due to assessment delinquencies, your monthly maintenance is going up next year.  We have kept it as low as possible and have made great progress in resolving delinquent accounts.  In addition to that, if you do not vote to WAIVE RESERVES on this form and return it to the office, your monthly maintenance will go up even more next year.  We must have at least 51% of the units vote to WAIVE RESERVES or it will automatically pass.  Not just 51% of the votes turned in, but at least 51% of the units must vote! I have been working diligently with our property manager Hector Lopez and our Treasurer Laurie Hunt to collect delinquent funds, resolve bad accounts, prepare the budget, reduce expenses, increase property values, and increase income.  Things are looking up.  We have collected a lot of money in the last couple months and we were even able to take possession of a unit free and clear that we will be able to rent out and possibly sell as needed to help with the shortfall deadline as it approaches.  Property values in the complex have increased approximately 32% so far this year alone.  We are working hard to protect your investment and help provide the best quality of life possible for our residents. Reserves would be nice to have to be prepared for the future, but we believe that now is not yet the time and it will put a further strain on our unit owners to have this substantial increase in monthly maintenance fees, so we recommend that you please vote the second option on the form to WAIVE RESERVES.  Please either mail your form to the office or scan it and email it to: