Original web offer details & such: $14.99 + $7.95 P&H. BOGO: 1 - $7.95 P&H. Includes: a couple 50-piece sets. Sales tax: VT, CT and NV. Guarantee: 30-day minus P&H.
Ever used specialized roofing nails? They're idiot-proofed & are geared towards making sure you can hit flush with just a strike or two. It's the first thing we thought of when we looked at the Instahang.
We just wish we could hang roofing titles with them. They'd be like pocket-sized nail guns. Then we wouldn't have to worry about the Brady Law - not that we have an opinion about it either way.
But, does Instahang fulfill the purpose for which they are designed or are they simply - like gun-shaped lighters - for show.
Let's find out.
Instahang is designed to make hanging pictures on walls without having to pull out a nail, hammer, ruler & level. You find all four of the tools rolled into this device - in one form or another. The theory is that if you take your time and line up straight, you can save precious time on hanging and save on make your strikes more accurate, reducing the chances for leaving holes in the wall when your done. Then, the other question is, will it just leave a hole in your pocket?
According to official product website Instahang.com , Instahang claims the following features and benefits:
- 50-Piece Accessory Kit
- Laser Level Tape Measure
- Hidden Compartment
- Bubble Level
Order Process: Not that the offer on the official product website is a price for the main offer, the S&H and a second P&H for the "Bonus" stuff. It comes out to about $30.89 pending sales tax. And if you pick anything in the upsell section the price will go up. We came across a couple complaints where people didn't expect the final price they received.
One of the coolest provisos we've ever seen came out on this product. One actually noted that if you're not careful
you can actually nail your thumb
- if it's like the one the forum member's high school science teacher used.
Props to public school education!
A couple other sites pointed out that if you went about
looking for a brand name variation
that you ight be able to trust it a little more. That could be true but that's not nearly as As Seen on TV Fun!
Oh, Man. Who the Hell knows? I'm 6'2", 240 lbs. I use a hammer. Sometimes I get drywall anchors. And if I have a real issue, I can drywall. Well, when I say, "I can drywall," I mean I call my childhood friends.
That said, it seems like a niche product. And if you're someone who has to organize or likes to have a handy little tool about the house when you're constantly reorganizing and trying to keep the feng shui fresh, then sure, InstaHang away. Customer Service: Email: email@example.com Phone: 866-389-3896. Hours: 8:30am-10:00pm EST Eastern Time. Notes from official product website: Please allow 24 hours for your order to reach our system.
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