Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jtb1111 Grab this Pro Grabber
We have had two different Grabbers before we bought the Home Depot Pro Grabber. My wife is not to tall and needs help getting things from the top kitchen cabinet shelves. Neither one of the previous purchases worked well to hold items firm and they were made of cheap wood or plastic. This PikStik Pro Grabber is the best and really works for her. It has really good non-slip jaws and is made of aluminum, so it is strong and will last. This is a great product at a super price and we will buy another for our second house.
February 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Zulufoxtrot Worst Purchase Ever
It is possible that my experience with this product was the exception rather than the rule. They may be the best thing in the world to some, but I was not happy when it just went to pieces after only being used a few times. I used a gift card to get this item and so I threw away my gift on a piece of junk. I could have gotten my money back I suppose, but I was not even motivated enough to do that. I should not have to bring something back to get another one. They should be built so that they are durable and don't break easily.
October 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rlatham Best Grabber EVER
If you need to reach that cabinet from a wheelchair. this 32" and their 48" grabber will do the job! The folding units aren't strong enough to grab an item from the shelf or the floor, but the PikStik brand, will hold up for daily use without falling apart. We've all had the suction cups come apart, from that folding unit that all handicapped stores carry. This one works! I trust them enough to put one in each room and in the car.
August 9, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HomeImproverSF Pleasantly Surprised
My Husband brought a PikStik reacher home to use in the garage and around the yard. When I was trying to reach for something on a high shelf he suggested I grab the Pikstik and use it. To my surprise I was able to grasp the platter I was reaching for without using a stool or ladder. After that I was using this handy tool for everything from retrieving things from under my couch and behind my washing machine, to putting boxes away in my pantry. 2 weeks later I told my husband to get his own PikStik! Now we each have one.
August 4, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Autobahnlady Best grabber!
I have had a number of grabbers over the years. This one is by far the best. To date I have purchased three of them. One is used strictly outdoors for picking up litter and pine cones in the yard. The other two I use in the house for accessing items in hard to reach locations. They pick up large items as well as items as small as a dime. I have had no issues with them whatsoever. They have outlasted all my other grabbers combined.
March 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Silversumo Perfect pick-up-stick. No higher praise.
IF you are looking for a grabber, this baby has all of the right features. Perfect length. Good hold. Great prehensile characteristics. No higher praise is possible. Mama can pick a dime off the floor with these babies.
May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by redgarnet Great for those with arthritis or those vertically challenged
I bought this for my mom who is suffering from arthritis. There are times where she cannot reach items higher up, plus she is very unstable on her feet, so this is a great aide in reaching those items just beyond her normal grasp. The grip on this is also user friendly as it is a "pistol" grip. I also love the feature where you can rotate the grip head 90 degrees. Gives you an unlimited helping hand. The length of this gripper is perfect for most everyone and is very sturdy. Anything shorter or longer just wouldn't have benefits for everyday use. Highly recommend.
August 14, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Johnny A piece of trash
I owned this grabber for two weeks before it broke. I tried to pick up a small plastic pair of tongs with it. When we tried to repair it, we found that the inside cable in the "eye" was not clamped properly inside. It was still impossible to fix
March 5, 2015