Machined / Hand Finished / Heavy Tumbled / Type III Anodized
Features Ultra Hard Type III Finish!
This product was developed years ago by a Security Officer working in a high-rise building that was always catching colds. He designed the GAP to open doors and push elevator buttons without him actually touching with his skin. The more he used it the more refined his design became and the less sick he became. The GAP was ahead of it's time.
The GAP features a ultra hard Mil Type III anodized ultra hard coat that resists damage and corrosion.
It's many uses include: Door / Handle Puller Elevator Button Presser ATM / Checkout Button Pusher Stylus Box Opener Bottle Opener Fits into MOLLE perfectly - Check photos...
Also doubles as purse or bag hook! Specs:
Dimensions: 3.6" x 1.35" x .185"
Weight : 17.1 grams / .6 ounces
Aircraft Grade 6061 Aluminum
TYPE III Hard Anodized - Ultra Hard Thick Finish
Gap Hands Off features Bi-directional Multi Ridged Design for maximum grip no matter how you hold it
Easy to sanitize: Chemical resistant, and even autoclavable
Don't touch those high-traffic public surfaces again Bottle opener, flathead screwdriver and box buster multi-tool functionality Contact Free for maximum safety
Warning - electrically conductive so be careful what you touch
Also here are some picture of our machining process :
I also purchased the carbon fiber model and liked it, but this one is even more sturdy! Very nice tool.
I have purchase three aluminum Gap Hands-Off Tools at first sight. This is a great head-smacking "why didn't I think of that" innovation from CountyComm. There's one in my go-bag and another is ready to go with my keys when I venture out. The Mrs. has one at the ready as well. I really appreciate the bottle opener/pry bar feature of the Tool (something the Carbon Fiber version lacks...I have both). Great for bridging the gap between those problematic surfaces. Highly recommended!
Gap hands off tool
I bought one of these and used it for a week before somehow losing it... bought another right away. Its not useful for touch-screens, but for most anything else it sure is. I don't know about the "antimicrobial" action of other metals (copper, brass) in that germs still last hours; seems to me whatever such item you use, you need to wash before you put it back in your pocket. Fortunately I have a CountyComm little atomizer with alcohol in it, too...!