A fatal yoga position? Crocodile moves? Nope, just a shiny steel snap hook, 3-1/2" long with a 3/8" ID, attached to a 3/4” ID swivel, the better to hook your keys on whatever you hook your keys on.
If there's a sucker born every minute, here's a half-hour's production for less than a dime apiece. Each of these black-rubber suction cups is 1-3/6" dia with a 5/16" dia protuberance. The mammillated suction cups were intended to hold cell phones, but they have a groove that will hold a loop of nylon filament - and whatever dangles on the end of it - like a champ.
Large plastic hook, pointed on one end, blunt on the other. We have no idea what it was made for. Some suggest a meat hook in a pet food factory, which the shape supports. But the red or white plastic suggests not. Maybe it is for veggies? A loyal reader is convinced that it goes over a door and bananas are hung from it. Sounds good to us. The blunt end is shaped to hang over a square beam, 1-1/4" or so thick. The other pointy end, when the hook is so hung, will be 3" from the beam top, and will point out 3" and up @ about 15°. The whole is made of 3/8" dia plastic rod. You figure out what to do with it.
How many things do you hang in your shower? These clear suction cups are 1-3/4” dia with 1/2” long bent L-hooks that will take care of three of those hanging things. Labeled “not a toy” on the back, and we’ll be darned if we know why. Our pkg(3) nets you (9) total sucker-hooks.
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