Gotta Have It – Klick Fix

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gripit_fig1The Klick-Fix is addictive.  If you can find them, buy as many as you can, you’ll soon be wishing you had as you put them on your refrigerator, computer monitor, car dashboard, tool chest, night stand, Kindle cover, laptop lid, medicine cabinet, workbench …  etc. etc. etc.  Just push your pen into the grippers (which rotate 360 degrees) and it locks in.  Pull it out just as easy.  Now if they only made them for shovels.

Note: This product can be hard to find.  While you may be able to locate them in a retail or office supply store, and also carry them for $1.79 – $2.25.


Product Information

Price:Varies from $1 to $3
  • Small, does what it is supposed to, holds items securely, good pressure
  • You can never get enough of them

17 thoughts on “Gotta Have It – Klick Fix”

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  2. not a bad idea, simple and cheap. do they attach by suction cap, magnet, sticky tape?

    now all we need is pens that don’t walk away from the holder mysteriously to never be found again…

  3. Hey there!

    I work at Merion Art and Repro in Ardmore, PA and they carry these there for cheap. I have tested them and they work very well.

    Fun and inexpensive way to keep your pens, brushes, powercords, and so on organized.

    Have fun!

  4. I use a command strip to hang mine. That way I can move it whenever I want to, including taking it with me if I leave this office space.

  5. Please tell me where I can get these. I have some I bought a long time ago and now I can’t find them.

  6. Nope, not at Amazon. They are marked as currently unavailable, and they don’t know when or if they’ll receive more stock. A Google search didn’t turn up any source that has these available. They may have been discontinued.

  7. Ha! You’re right!
    They’re out of stock at Staples too.
    Somebody must be hoarding these, eh?
    I know I have three in my drawer that I haven’t used because I don’t want to run out.

  8. It was made in Germany
    USPat EPO 5,544,3696
    also says Made In CZ EPO 551966
    Klick-Fix Grippers
    If anybody finds where to get them let me know

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