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CLC 1005 Wrist Lanyard

CLC 1005 Wrist Lanyard
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CLC 1005 WRIST LANYARD

Our premium quality wrist lanyard with a hook-and-loop closure and a 10" webbing loop with a dual channel lock that's rated for tools up to 2.5 pounds.

Features:
  • Secure hook-and-loop wrist closure
  • 10" webbing loop with dual-channel lock for secure tool attachment
  • For tools up to 2.5lbs
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    $3.18
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