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Carry Can Holster, +40 Staples

Carry Can Holster, +40 Staples

Regular price $11.21 USD
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  • Carry Can Holster is an essential part of the Speed Pin System
  • The Carry CanTM holster will hold up to 50 of our In-Line staples, a hammer, tin snips, scissors, and marker flags making it perfect for all landscape jobs

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Speed Pin Landscape Stapling System : In-Line landscape staples and Carry Can staple/tool holster. Handling landscape staples from carton-to-installation is now faster and safer thanks to our reengineered (Patent Pending) design of this essential landscape item.

The landscape staple is a commonly used item in the trade, comparable to the carpenter’s nail. They are used in great numbers to hold down weed barrier cloth, erosion control material, drip irrigation lines, gopher wire mesh—really anything that requires fastening to the ground. But the individual, loose packaging of the staples has always presented a challenge in handling. 

Annoyed by time wasted transferring loose staples to a tool bag, pants pockets or work bucket? Frustrated by a tangled mess when trying to pick out one staple? Tired of getting poked in the process? Digger’s new SPEED PIN STAPLING SYSTEM solves these problems. With our In-Line staple packs, in combination with our Carry Can holster, managing staples from carton to installation is much more efficient, organized and safer. Save time, money, and frustration.

Staple Specifications:

  • 6-inches long: the perfect all-around length for most every job, material, and soil
  • 1-inch wide crown measured to the outside of the staple: sized for hammer strike to drive both legs evenly minimizing bent leg failures
  • Staple Legs Flare to 1.33-inches: better holding power than straight legs, and the wide spread combined with the narrow crown capture and draw together more material for a stronger tighter hold
  • 11-gauge (2.8mm) Q195 mild steel uncoated: strong for the intended use, and is not coated so that natural rust buildup creates a strong grip securing the staple in the ground for years
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