Ice Pick Is Only The First Of Tool's Many Uses
October 1, 2017
Many outdoors fans forgo cubes and freeze large chunks of ice instead. It lasts longer and is easier to use inside a cooler. Chipping and splitting ice blocks has never been easier than with the Beckson Marine Shipmate Stainless Steel Pick, which has a multitude of other uses.
This simple but strong tool is a rugged multitasker for boating, hunting, fishing, camping or working around the home. It can be used as an awl to punch holes in leather, thin sheet metal or other material, or make pilot holes for drilling. This versatile pick can scribe exact cut lines on wood. It can punch a fine hole in a tube of caulk, scrape away grime in hard-to-reach places and even dig soil. Once cleaned, it's also a lobster pick.
The 7" Shipmate Stainless Steel Pick is built for a lifetime of use. Its stainless steel 4" shaft won't flex under normal use - an important safety feature. The blue, unbreakable, ergonomic handle is paneled, so it won't roll when set down between tasks. A sheath is included to keep the tip sharp and for protection when stored in a drawer or toolbox.
A great holiday gift, Beckson Marine's Shipmate Stainless Steel Pick has a suggested retail price of $18.10. It's also available in a gift box with mounting clip and hardware for $28.50. Custom colored handles and logos for production run minimums can be quoted on request.
Contact local dealers or Beckson Marine, 165 Holland Ave., Bridgeport, CT 06605. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Visit http://www.beckson.com.