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Tommy Webb

  • Dueco
  • 31-Manufacturing 1506
  • Installation Mechanic
  • I'm a former automotive mechanic and installation mechanic at a manufacturer of bucket trucks and diggers. I've recently changed careers and now am applying my mechanical background in the aviation industry
  • Currently performing repairs to aircraft components. Former ASE certified master tech for over 20 years with a recent background in hydraulic pumps and PTO installations on Utility vehicles

  • Turning wrenches for over 30 years

  • My biggest on the job challenge at the moment is learning the ins and outs of the aviation industry and how to apply my mechanical experience in a new career

  • Mounting a subframe on a Ford F550 for a 45 foot aerial lift . Ford has holes in the chassis and fuel lines that make getting the correct amount of huck bolts in the sub-frame a difficult task that requires precision placement of the mounting holes.

  • I comfortable pair of safety glasses that provides clear vision and a good pair of gloves that offer high dexterity are a must in my current position.

  • I pride myself on quality work. Even when pressure to get a job completed in a hurry exist my number 1 priority is always to do the job right. I feel any job I do is my reputation. I'm constantly working toward quality work rather than settling for something that is "good enough".

MY GEAR IN ACTION

My Gear Reviews

  1. ProFlex® 720 Trades Gloves w/Touch Control

    Your Review
    Need a great pair of gloves and a finger or two ? These gloves are awesome for those jobs when you need a good glove for protection but need use of your hands for detail work that gloves might hinder. For my use, personally these gloves are a little thick and stiff. I typically do repair work such as power take off installations with small bolts in tight spaces. I tried these in my regular job duties and for that application they weren't as flexible as I needed. For the jobs that don't require a great deal of dexterity these gloves do the job and do it very well while still giving you the ability to use a computer or smart phone or handle small objects like screws and nails. If I was a contractor by trade, I'd probably make sure a pair of these were within reach on every job. I've used these gloves for months when the task has been appropriate and the quality of these really stands out.

    Ergoman Says

    These gloves are awesome for those jobs when you need a good glove for protection but need use of your hands for detail work that gloves might hinder. For my use, personally these gloves are a little thick and stiff. I typically do repair work such as power take off installations with small bolts in tight spaces. I tried these in my regular job duties and for that application they weren't as flexible as I needed. For the jobs that don't require a great deal of dexterity these gloves do the job and do it very well while still giving you the ability to use a computer or smart phone or handle small objects like screws and nails. If I was a contractor by trade, I'd probably make sure a pair of these were within reach on every job. I've used these gloves for months when the task has been appropriate and the quality of these really stands out.

    Your Review Status: Approved
    These gloves are awesome for those jobs when you need a good glove for protection but need use of your hands for detail work that gloves might hinder. For my use, personally these gloves are a little thick and stiff. I typically do repair work such as power take off installations with small bolts in tight spaces. I tried these in my regular job duties and for that application they weren't as flexible as I needed. For the jobs that don't require a great deal of dexterity these gloves do the job and do it very well while still giving you the ability to use a computer or smart phone or handle small objects like screws and nails. If I was a contractor by trade, I'd probably make sure a pair of these were within reach on every job. I've used these gloves for months when the task has been appropriate and the quality of these really stands out.

    Ergoman Says

    These gloves are awesome for those jobs when you need a good glove for protection but need use of your hands for detail work that gloves might hinder. For my use, personally these gloves are a little thick and stiff. I typically do repair work such as power take off installations with small bolts in tight spaces. I tried these in my regular job duties and for that application they weren't as flexible as I needed. For the jobs that don't require a great deal of dexterity these gloves do the job and do it very well while still giving you the ability to use a computer or smart phone or handle small objects like screws and nails. If I was a contractor by trade, I'd probably make sure a pair of these were within reach on every job. I've used these gloves for months when the task has been appropriate and the quality of these really stands out.

  2. Arsenal® 5920 Magnetic Tray Organizer - Rectangle

    Your Review
    If you’ve got anything magnetic you need to keep track of the Arsenal® 5920 rectangle magnetic tray organizer is just the thing to keep those bolts, nuts, washers or tools that always find a way of walking away from where you put them. I’ve used the small round magnetic trays before and they have their place in the work place, but the larger rectangle magnetic tray is my go to tray for keeping up with bolts, screws, fittings, etc. The magnets are strong so this works well sitting on top of a tool box or stuck to a driveshaft upside down. If it’s magnetic, this tray is going to hold on to it.

    The magnets are strong and covered in a protective rubber so you won’t damage the paint on any surface you might choose to stick it too. The finish is very nice and just by the weight of this tray it’s easy to tell it’s a quality piece that was made to last.

    Ergoman Says

    If you’ve got anything magnetic you need to keep track of the Arsenal® 5920 rectangle magnetic tray organizer is just the thing to keep those bolts, nuts, washers or tools that always find a way of walking away from where you put them. I’ve used the small round magnetic trays before and they have their place in the work place, but the larger rectangle magnetic tray is my go to tray for keeping up with bolts, screws, fittings, etc. The magnets are strong so this works well sitting on top of a tool box or stuck to a driveshaft upside down. If it’s magnetic, this tray is going to hold on to it. The magnets are strong and covered in a protective rubber so you won’t damage the paint on any surface you might choose to stick it too. The finish is very nice and just by the weight of this tray it’s easy to tell it’s a quality piece that was made to last.

    Your Review Status: Approved
    If you’ve got anything magnetic you need to keep track of the Arsenal® 5920 rectangle magnetic tray organizer is just the thing to keep those bolts, nuts, washers or tools that always find a way of walking away from where you put them. I’ve used the small round magnetic trays before and they have their place in the work place, but the larger rectangle magnetic tray is my go to tray for keeping up with bolts, screws, fittings, etc. The magnets are strong so this works well sitting on top of a tool box or stuck to a driveshaft upside down. If it’s magnetic, this tray is going to hold on to it.

    The magnets are strong and covered in a protective rubber so you won’t damage the paint on any surface you might choose to stick it too. The finish is very nice and just by the weight of this tray it’s easy to tell it’s a quality piece that was made to last.

    Ergoman Says

    If you’ve got anything magnetic you need to keep track of the Arsenal® 5920 rectangle magnetic tray organizer is just the thing to keep those bolts, nuts, washers or tools that always find a way of walking away from where you put them. I’ve used the small round magnetic trays before and they have their place in the work place, but the larger rectangle magnetic tray is my go to tray for keeping up with bolts, screws, fittings, etc. The magnets are strong so this works well sitting on top of a tool box or stuck to a driveshaft upside down. If it’s magnetic, this tray is going to hold on to it. The magnets are strong and covered in a protective rubber so you won’t damage the paint on any surface you might choose to stick it too. The finish is very nice and just by the weight of this tray it’s easy to tell it’s a quality piece that was made to last.

  3.  

    Skullerz® Valkyrie Safety Glasses // Sunglasses

    Your Review
    Ever get something simply because it looks cool but then discover it performs better at its designed function than anything else? Skullerz® Valkyrie Safety Glasses are that product. My employer provides safety glasses on the job. It’s a requirement and a necessity in a fab shop. Typical safety glasses usually either don’t fit, hurt my nose or my ears or fog up in hot weather. The Valkyrie safety glasses do none of the above. Their comfortable, light weight, don’t fog up in warm weather and on top of that, they just look cool, unlike the typical safety glasses. After getting my own pair of Valkyrie safety glasses and taking them for a test run around my shop I got dozens of comments from co-workers who liked these glasses. They performed so well I ordered a pair with the dark lenses for days when I have to work outside in the sun. I’ve been using these for months now and the lenses are still scratch free. How Ergodyne made these things scratch resistant is a mystery to me but they really stand up well to a fab shop environment. Face it, safety glasses that are uncomfortable or don’t fit well don’t get worn, and that doesn’t protect your eyes so you’d owe it to your eyes to get a pair of these.

    Ergoman Says

    Ever get something simply because it looks cool but then discover it performs better at its designed function than anything else? Skullerz® Valkyrie Safety Glasses are that product. My employer provides safety glasses on the job. It’s a requirement and a necessity in a fab shop. Typical safety glasses usually either don’t fit, hurt my nose or my ears or fog up in hot weather. The Valkyrie safety glasses do none of the above. Their comfortable, light weight, don’t fog up in warm weather and on top of that, they just look cool, unlike the typical safety glasses. After getting my own pair of Valkyrie safety glasses and taking them for a test run around my shop I got dozens of comments from co-workers who liked these glasses. They performed so well I ordered a pair with the dark lenses for days when I have to work outside in the sun. I’ve been using these for months now and the lenses are still scratch free. How Ergodyne made these things scratch resistant is a mystery to me but they really stand up well to a fab shop environment. Face it, safety glasses that are uncomfortable or don’t fit well don’t get worn, and that doesn’t protect your eyes so you’d owe it to your eyes to get a pair of these.

    Your Review Status: Approved
    Ever get something simply because it looks cool but then discover it performs better at its designed function than anything else? Skullerz® Valkyrie Safety Glasses are that product. My employer provides safety glasses on the job. It’s a requirement and a necessity in a fab shop. Typical safety glasses usually either don’t fit, hurt my nose or my ears or fog up in hot weather. The Valkyrie safety glasses do none of the above. Their comfortable, light weight, don’t fog up in warm weather and on top of that, they just look cool, unlike the typical safety glasses. After getting my own pair of Valkyrie safety glasses and taking them for a test run around my shop I got dozens of comments from co-workers who liked these glasses. They performed so well I ordered a pair with the dark lenses for days when I have to work outside in the sun. I’ve been using these for months now and the lenses are still scratch free. How Ergodyne made these things scratch resistant is a mystery to me but they really stand up well to a fab shop environment. Face it, safety glasses that are uncomfortable or don’t fit well don’t get worn, and that doesn’t protect your eyes so you’d owe it to your eyes to get a pair of these.

    Ergoman Says

    Ever get something simply because it looks cool but then discover it performs better at its designed function than anything else? Skullerz® Valkyrie Safety Glasses are that product. My employer provides safety glasses on the job. It’s a requirement and a necessity in a fab shop. Typical safety glasses usually either don’t fit, hurt my nose or my ears or fog up in hot weather. The Valkyrie safety glasses do none of the above. Their comfortable, light weight, don’t fog up in warm weather and on top of that, they just look cool, unlike the typical safety glasses. After getting my own pair of Valkyrie safety glasses and taking them for a test run around my shop I got dozens of comments from co-workers who liked these glasses. They performed so well I ordered a pair with the dark lenses for days when I have to work outside in the sun. I’ve been using these for months now and the lenses are still scratch free. How Ergodyne made these things scratch resistant is a mystery to me but they really stand up well to a fab shop environment. Face it, safety glasses that are uncomfortable or don’t fit well don’t get worn, and that doesn’t protect your eyes so you’d owe it to your eyes to get a pair of these.

  4.  

    ProFlex® 925F(x)CP Cut, Puncture & Dorsal Impact-Reducing Gloves

    Your Review
    I’ve sacrificed plenty of blood to the mechanical gods that oversee all things sharp, pointed and rough on light duty trucks, heavy duty trucks and automobiles over the years . Slipped wrenches, sharp zip ties on wiring harnesses, misdirected razor blade cuts, etc…all contribute to some blood loss if you work on any manner of vehicle.
    I found myself coming home the past couple of weeks without any scrapes or cuts. Those mechanical Gods must be angry, I received a pair of Ergodyne Pro Flex 925F (x) CP gloves a couple of weeks ago and these Cut, Puncture and Dorsal Impact-Reducing Gloves are tough enough to keep your hands protected yet allow enough dexterity to preform most task without taking the gloves off. For those times when you do need to take them off the contoured neoprene cuff makes it easy to slip them off and back on if necessary.
    These gloves are tough. I install Power take offs on utility equipment. As a final stage manufacturer my job may include mounting hydraulic pumps, fabricating steel or operating the band saw if needed.
    Over the past couple of weeks I’ve had the typical run ins with wire wheels, sharp zip ties , razor blades, sharp edges on bulk steel and even transmission fluid from an overfilled unit. My Pro Flex 925F’s are dirty but don’t show the slightest bit of wear. The Hi-Vizability color is an added bonus when it comes to safety. I’ve worn holes in actual leather gloves in a matter of days doing my normal job duties but the 925F’s show no signs of being worn, they have excellent grip qualities and the dexterity to hang on to bolts as small as 10mm with no problems. If you want to stop coming home with busten knuckles and would prefer your blood donations be scheduled with the Red Cross I’d recommend getting a pair of these gloves!

    Ergoman Says

    I’ve sacrificed plenty of blood to the mechanical gods that oversee all things sharp, pointed and rough on light duty trucks, heavy duty trucks and automobiles over the years . Slipped wrenches, sharp zip ties on wiring harnesses, misdirected razor blade cuts, etc…all contribute to some blood loss if you work on any manner of vehicle. I found myself coming home the past couple of weeks without any scrapes or cuts. Those mechanical Gods must be angry, I received a pair of Ergodyne Pro Flex 925F (x) CP gloves a couple of weeks ago and these Cut, Puncture and Dorsal Impact-Reducing Gloves are tough enough to keep your hands protected yet allow enough dexterity to preform most task without taking the gloves off. For those times when you do need to take them off the contoured neoprene cuff makes it easy to slip them off and back on if necessary. These gloves are tough. I install Power take offs on utility equipment. As a final stage manufacturer my job may include mounting hydraulic pumps, fabricating steel or operating the band saw if needed. Over the past couple of weeks I’ve had the typical run ins with wire wheels, sharp zip ties , razor blades, sharp edges on bulk steel and even transmission fluid from an overfilled unit. My Pro Flex 925F’s are dirty but don’t show the slightest bit of wear. The Hi-Vizability color is an added bonus when it comes to safety. I’ve worn holes in actual leather gloves in a matter of days doing my normal job duties but the 925F’s show no signs of being worn, they have excellent grip qualities and the dexterity to hang on to bolts as small as 10mm with no problems. If you want to stop coming home with busten knuckles and would prefer your blood donations be scheduled with the Red Cross I’d recommend getting a pair of these gloves!

    Your Review Status: Approved
    I’ve sacrificed plenty of blood to the mechanical gods that oversee all things sharp, pointed and rough on light duty trucks, heavy duty trucks and automobiles over the years . Slipped wrenches, sharp zip ties on wiring harnesses, misdirected razor blade cuts, etc…all contribute to some blood loss if you work on any manner of vehicle.
    I found myself coming home the past couple of weeks without any scrapes or cuts. Those mechanical Gods must be angry, I received a pair of Ergodyne Pro Flex 925F (x) CP gloves a couple of weeks ago and these Cut, Puncture and Dorsal Impact-Reducing Gloves are tough enough to keep your hands protected yet allow enough dexterity to preform most task without taking the gloves off. For those times when you do need to take them off the contoured neoprene cuff makes it easy to slip them off and back on if necessary.
    These gloves are tough. I install Power take offs on utility equipment. As a final stage manufacturer my job may include mounting hydraulic pumps, fabricating steel or operating the band saw if needed.
    Over the past couple of weeks I’ve had the typical run ins with wire wheels, sharp zip ties , razor blades, sharp edges on bulk steel and even transmission fluid from an overfilled unit. My Pro Flex 925F’s are dirty but don’t show the slightest bit of wear. The Hi-Vizability color is an added bonus when it comes to safety. I’ve worn holes in actual leather gloves in a matter of days doing my normal job duties but the 925F’s show no signs of being worn, they have excellent grip qualities and the dexterity to hang on to bolts as small as 10mm with no problems. If you want to stop coming home with busten knuckles and would prefer your blood donations be scheduled with the Red Cross I’d recommend getting a pair of these gloves!

    Ergoman Says

    I’ve sacrificed plenty of blood to the mechanical gods that oversee all things sharp, pointed and rough on light duty trucks, heavy duty trucks and automobiles over the years . Slipped wrenches, sharp zip ties on wiring harnesses, misdirected razor blade cuts, etc…all contribute to some blood loss if you work on any manner of vehicle. I found myself coming home the past couple of weeks without any scrapes or cuts. Those mechanical Gods must be angry, I received a pair of Ergodyne Pro Flex 925F (x) CP gloves a couple of weeks ago and these Cut, Puncture and Dorsal Impact-Reducing Gloves are tough enough to keep your hands protected yet allow enough dexterity to preform most task without taking the gloves off. For those times when you do need to take them off the contoured neoprene cuff makes it easy to slip them off and back on if necessary. These gloves are tough. I install Power take offs on utility equipment. As a final stage manufacturer my job may include mounting hydraulic pumps, fabricating steel or operating the band saw if needed. Over the past couple of weeks I’ve had the typical run ins with wire wheels, sharp zip ties , razor blades, sharp edges on bulk steel and even transmission fluid from an overfilled unit. My Pro Flex 925F’s are dirty but don’t show the slightest bit of wear. The Hi-Vizability color is an added bonus when it comes to safety. I’ve worn holes in actual leather gloves in a matter of days doing my normal job duties but the 925F’s show no signs of being worn, they have excellent grip qualities and the dexterity to hang on to bolts as small as 10mm with no problems. If you want to stop coming home with busten knuckles and would prefer your blood donations be scheduled with the Red Cross I’d recommend getting a pair of these gloves!

  5. Skullerz® 8960 Bump Cap w/ LED Lighting Technology

    Your Review
    I have to be honest, up until a year or so ago I had never heard of a bump cap, until I was given one by my employer. My job duties require me to be under large trucks on a lift most of the workday so having a bump cap seemed like a good idea.

    After stumbling upon the Skullerz led bump cap and thinking, “ wow, that’s a cool idea” I decided to give it a try and I must say, I’m wearing this bump cap each time I’m under a vehicle. This cap is comfortable to wear and stays on ! The adjustable elastic strap keeps this cap on and there’s enough airflow through the cap keep you from boiling your brain on a hot day. The led lights are barely noticeable at first glance but under a vehicle in low light the little LED’s put a bright amount of light right where you need it. I’ve used the low beam, high beam and both beams at once. The option to direct the beams up or down is very helpful depending on which direction you need more visibility and the switch to operate is easy to get to an operate, even with gloves on. As someone who never hear of a bump cap until recently, my skull is grateful for the Skullerz. I’d recommend anyone who works under vehicles or equipment get one of these caps and give it a try !

    After a few times of use the bump cap become uncomfortable and unbearably hot in the warm Midwest weather and I found myself not wear it so I purchased another brand. This one was a little cooler to wear but wouldn’t stay on. Every time I moved it fell off so once again I found myself not wearing the cap. As one would expect, every time I left the bump cap off a suspension component would reach down and smack me in the head ( I swear that’s what happens ).

    After stumbling upon the Skullerz led bump cap and thinking, “ wow, that’s a cool idea” I decided to give it a try and I must say, I’m wearing this bump cap each time I’m under a vehicle. This cap is comfortable to wear and stays on ! The adjustable elastic strap keeps this cap on and there’s enough airflow through the cap keep you from boiling your brain on a hot day. The led lights are barely noticeable at first glance but under a vehicle in low light the little LED’s put a bright amount of light right where you need it. I’ve used the low beam, high beam and both beams at once. The option to direct the beams up or down is very helpful depending on which direction you need more visibility and the switch to operate is easy to get to an operate, even with gloves on. As someone who never hear of a bump cap until recently, my skull is grateful for the Skullerz. I’d recommend anyone who works under vehicles or equipment get one of these caps and give it a try !

    Ergoman Says

    I have to be honest, up until a year or so ago I had never heard of a bump cap, until I was given one by my employer. My job duties require me to be under large trucks on a lift most of the workday so having a bump cap seemed like a good idea. After stumbling upon the Skullerz led bump cap and thinking, “ wow, that’s a cool idea” I decided to give it a try and I must say, I’m wearing this bump cap each time I’m under a vehicle. This cap is comfortable to wear and stays on ! The adjustable elastic strap keeps this cap on and there’s enough airflow through the cap keep you from boiling your brain on a hot day. The led lights are barely noticeable at first glance but under a vehicle in low light the little LED’s put a bright amount of light right where you need it. I’ve used the low beam, high beam and both beams at once. The option to direct the beams up or down is very helpful depending on which direction you need more visibility and the switch to operate is easy to get to an operate, even with gloves on. As someone who never hear of a bump cap until recently, my skull is grateful for the Skullerz. I’d recommend anyone who works under vehicles or equipment get one of these caps and give it a try ! After a few times of use the bump cap become uncomfortable and unbearably hot in the warm Midwest weather and I found myself not wear it so I purchased another brand. This one was a little cooler to wear but wouldn’t stay on. Every time I moved it fell off so once again I found myself not wearing the cap. As one would expect, every time I left the bump cap off a suspension component would reach down and smack me in the head ( I swear that’s what happens ). After stumbling upon the Skullerz led bump cap and thinking, “ wow, that’s a cool idea” I decided to give it a try and I must say, I’m wearing this bump cap each time I’m under a vehicle. This cap is comfortable to wear and stays on ! The adjustable elastic strap keeps this cap on and there’s enough airflow through the cap keep you from boiling your brain on a hot day. The led lights are barely noticeable at first glance but under a vehicle in low light the little LED’s put a bright amount of light right where you need it. I’ve used the low beam, high beam and both beams at once. The option to direct the beams up or down is very helpful depending on which direction you need more visibility and the switch to operate is easy to get to an operate, even with gloves on. As someone who never hear of a bump cap until recently, my skull is grateful for the Skullerz. I’d recommend anyone who works under vehicles or equipment get one of these caps and give it a try !

    Your Review Status: Approved
    I have to be honest, up until a year or so ago I had never heard of a bump cap, until I was given one by my employer. My job duties require me to be under large trucks on a lift most of the workday so having a bump cap seemed like a good idea.

    After stumbling upon the Skullerz led bump cap and thinking, “ wow, that’s a cool idea” I decided to give it a try and I must say, I’m wearing this bump cap each time I’m under a vehicle. This cap is comfortable to wear and stays on ! The adjustable elastic strap keeps this cap on and there’s enough airflow through the cap keep you from boiling your brain on a hot day. The led lights are barely noticeable at first glance but under a vehicle in low light the little LED’s put a bright amount of light right where you need it. I’ve used the low beam, high beam and both beams at once. The option to direct the beams up or down is very helpful depending on which direction you need more visibility and the switch to operate is easy to get to an operate, even with gloves on. As someone who never hear of a bump cap until recently, my skull is grateful for the Skullerz. I’d recommend anyone who works under vehicles or equipment get one of these caps and give it a try !

    After a few times of use the bump cap become uncomfortable and unbearably hot in the warm Midwest weather and I found myself not wear it so I purchased another brand. This one was a little cooler to wear but wouldn’t stay on. Every time I moved it fell off so once again I found myself not wearing the cap. As one would expect, every time I left the bump cap off a suspension component would reach down and smack me in the head ( I swear that’s what happens ).

    After stumbling upon the Skullerz led bump cap and thinking, “ wow, that’s a cool idea” I decided to give it a try and I must say, I’m wearing this bump cap each time I’m under a vehicle. This cap is comfortable to wear and stays on ! The adjustable elastic strap keeps this cap on and there’s enough airflow through the cap keep you from boiling your brain on a hot day. The led lights are barely noticeable at first glance but under a vehicle in low light the little LED’s put a bright amount of light right where you need it. I’ve used the low beam, high beam and both beams at once. The option to direct the beams up or down is very helpful depending on which direction you need more visibility and the switch to operate is easy to get to an operate, even with gloves on. As someone who never hear of a bump cap until recently, my skull is grateful for the Skullerz. I’d recommend anyone who works under vehicles or equipment get one of these caps and give it a try !

    Ergoman Says

    I have to be honest, up until a year or so ago I had never heard of a bump cap, until I was given one by my employer. My job duties require me to be under large trucks on a lift most of the workday so having a bump cap seemed like a good idea. After stumbling upon the Skullerz led bump cap and thinking, “ wow, that’s a cool idea” I decided to give it a try and I must say, I’m wearing this bump cap each time I’m under a vehicle. This cap is comfortable to wear and stays on ! The adjustable elastic strap keeps this cap on and there’s enough airflow through the cap keep you from boiling your brain on a hot day. The led lights are barely noticeable at first glance but under a vehicle in low light the little LED’s put a bright amount of light right where you need it. I’ve used the low beam, high beam and both beams at once. The option to direct the beams up or down is very helpful depending on which direction you need more visibility and the switch to operate is easy to get to an operate, even with gloves on. As someone who never hear of a bump cap until recently, my skull is grateful for the Skullerz. I’d recommend anyone who works under vehicles or equipment get one of these caps and give it a try ! After a few times of use the bump cap become uncomfortable and unbearably hot in the warm Midwest weather and I found myself not wear it so I purchased another brand. This one was a little cooler to wear but wouldn’t stay on. Every time I moved it fell off so once again I found myself not wearing the cap. As one would expect, every time I left the bump cap off a suspension component would reach down and smack me in the head ( I swear that’s what happens ). After stumbling upon the Skullerz led bump cap and thinking, “ wow, that’s a cool idea” I decided to give it a try and I must say, I’m wearing this bump cap each time I’m under a vehicle. This cap is comfortable to wear and stays on ! The adjustable elastic strap keeps this cap on and there’s enough airflow through the cap keep you from boiling your brain on a hot day. The led lights are barely noticeable at first glance but under a vehicle in low light the little LED’s put a bright amount of light right where you need it. I’ve used the low beam, high beam and both beams at once. The option to direct the beams up or down is very helpful depending on which direction you need more visibility and the switch to operate is easy to get to an operate, even with gloves on. As someone who never hear of a bump cap until recently, my skull is grateful for the Skullerz. I’d recommend anyone who works under vehicles or equipment get one of these caps and give it a try !

  6. ProFlex® 840 Leather Trades Gloves

    Your Review
    If you've never owned a pair of gloves that you really love before, you haven' owned a pair of the ProFlex 840 leather trades gloves.
    Typically I hate wearing gloves, there uncomfortable, don't fit well, hot, hinder my dexterity, etc... So, I was surprised at how comfortable the 840's are right away ! There is little need to break these gloves in as they are soft and fit better than any glove I've ever owned. Despite how comfortable these gloves are, they handle anything I can throw at them. Transmission fluid, drilling vehicle frames, sanding, grinding, cutting torches and daily lifting of mechanical components that weigh 100 lbs or more . These gloves handle the heavy lifting and the small things like component assembly with ease. The 840's are tough yet provide my hands with as much dexterity as one could hope for while wearing gloves and they don't make my hands sweat with extended use. Get a pair of these and you'll wonder how you worked with your old gloves !

    Ergoman Says

    If you've never owned a pair of gloves that you really love before, you haven' owned a pair of the ProFlex 840 leather trades gloves. Typically I hate wearing gloves, there uncomfortable, don't fit well, hot, hinder my dexterity, etc... So, I was surprised at how comfortable the 840's are right away ! There is little need to break these gloves in as they are soft and fit better than any glove I've ever owned. Despite how comfortable these gloves are, they handle anything I can throw at them. Transmission fluid, drilling vehicle frames, sanding, grinding, cutting torches and daily lifting of mechanical components that weigh 100 lbs or more . These gloves handle the heavy lifting and the small things like component assembly with ease. The 840's are tough yet provide my hands with as much dexterity as one could hope for while wearing gloves and they don't make my hands sweat with extended use. Get a pair of these and you'll wonder how you worked with your old gloves !

    Your Review Status: Approved
    If you've never owned a pair of gloves that you really love before, you haven' owned a pair of the ProFlex 840 leather trades gloves.
    Typically I hate wearing gloves, there uncomfortable, don't fit well, hot, hinder my dexterity, etc... So, I was surprised at how comfortable the 840's are right away ! There is little need to break these gloves in as they are soft and fit better than any glove I've ever owned. Despite how comfortable these gloves are, they handle anything I can throw at them. Transmission fluid, drilling vehicle frames, sanding, grinding, cutting torches and daily lifting of mechanical components that weigh 100 lbs or more . These gloves handle the heavy lifting and the small things like component assembly with ease. The 840's are tough yet provide my hands with as much dexterity as one could hope for while wearing gloves and they don't make my hands sweat with extended use. Get a pair of these and you'll wonder how you worked with your old gloves !

    Ergoman Says

    If you've never owned a pair of gloves that you really love before, you haven' owned a pair of the ProFlex 840 leather trades gloves. Typically I hate wearing gloves, there uncomfortable, don't fit well, hot, hinder my dexterity, etc... So, I was surprised at how comfortable the 840's are right away ! There is little need to break these gloves in as they are soft and fit better than any glove I've ever owned. Despite how comfortable these gloves are, they handle anything I can throw at them. Transmission fluid, drilling vehicle frames, sanding, grinding, cutting torches and daily lifting of mechanical components that weigh 100 lbs or more . These gloves handle the heavy lifting and the small things like component assembly with ease. The 840's are tough yet provide my hands with as much dexterity as one could hope for while wearing gloves and they don't make my hands sweat with extended use. Get a pair of these and you'll wonder how you worked with your old gloves !

  7. CORE Performance Work Wear® 7445 Flame-Resistant Outer Layer Zip-Front Hooded Fleece Sweatshirt

    Your Review
    The CORE Performance Work Wear® 7445 Flame-Resistant Outer Layer Zip-Front Hooded Fleece Sweatshirt is just the ticket to board old man winters train. At 20 or 30 degrees I’ve worn this on its own to stay warm and done so comfortably. On some -9 degree days with 30 below wind chills I made this my second layer under my Core performance work wear thermal jacket and was able to work outside for 2 hours without an issues with the cold.
    Once at work and indoors if the shop is chilly I wear this to stay warm. Normally I’m hesitant to wear anything fleece in the shop but since this is flame resistant I’m more comfortable wearing it in the environment I work in.
    When worn by itself there are plenty of pockets. Personally I’d prefer to not have the pockets when wearing this under a coat or a jacket. Nothing wrong with the pockets it’s just a personal preference even though I do like the pockets when wearing this buy itself.
    Overall this is an excellent addition to anyone’s cold weather gear. You’d be hard pressed to find a better fleece sweatshirt suitable for a work environment.

    Ergoman Says

    The CORE Performance Work Wear® 7445 Flame-Resistant Outer Layer Zip-Front Hooded Fleece Sweatshirt is just the ticket to board old man winters train. At 20 or 30 degrees I’ve worn this on its own to stay warm and done so comfortably. On some -9 degree days with 30 below wind chills I made this my second layer under my Core performance work wear thermal jacket and was able to work outside for 2 hours without an issues with the cold. Once at work and indoors if the shop is chilly I wear this to stay warm. Normally I’m hesitant to wear anything fleece in the shop but since this is flame resistant I’m more comfortable wearing it in the environment I work in. When worn by itself there are plenty of pockets. Personally I’d prefer to not have the pockets when wearing this under a coat or a jacket. Nothing wrong with the pockets it’s just a personal preference even though I do like the pockets when wearing this buy itself. Overall this is an excellent addition to anyone’s cold weather gear. You’d be hard pressed to find a better fleece sweatshirt suitable for a work environment.

    Your Review Status: Approved
    The CORE Performance Work Wear® 7445 Flame-Resistant Outer Layer Zip-Front Hooded Fleece Sweatshirt is just the ticket to board old man winters train. At 20 or 30 degrees I’ve worn this on its own to stay warm and done so comfortably. On some -9 degree days with 30 below wind chills I made this my second layer under my Core performance work wear thermal jacket and was able to work outside for 2 hours without an issues with the cold.
    Once at work and indoors if the shop is chilly I wear this to stay warm. Normally I’m hesitant to wear anything fleece in the shop but since this is flame resistant I’m more comfortable wearing it in the environment I work in.
    When worn by itself there are plenty of pockets. Personally I’d prefer to not have the pockets when wearing this under a coat or a jacket. Nothing wrong with the pockets it’s just a personal preference even though I do like the pockets when wearing this buy itself.
    Overall this is an excellent addition to anyone’s cold weather gear. You’d be hard pressed to find a better fleece sweatshirt suitable for a work environment.

    Ergoman Says

    The CORE Performance Work Wear® 7445 Flame-Resistant Outer Layer Zip-Front Hooded Fleece Sweatshirt is just the ticket to board old man winters train. At 20 or 30 degrees I’ve worn this on its own to stay warm and done so comfortably. On some -9 degree days with 30 below wind chills I made this my second layer under my Core performance work wear thermal jacket and was able to work outside for 2 hours without an issues with the cold. Once at work and indoors if the shop is chilly I wear this to stay warm. Normally I’m hesitant to wear anything fleece in the shop but since this is flame resistant I’m more comfortable wearing it in the environment I work in. When worn by itself there are plenty of pockets. Personally I’d prefer to not have the pockets when wearing this under a coat or a jacket. Nothing wrong with the pockets it’s just a personal preference even though I do like the pockets when wearing this buy itself. Overall this is an excellent addition to anyone’s cold weather gear. You’d be hard pressed to find a better fleece sweatshirt suitable for a work environment.

  8. N-Ferno® 6821 Fleece Balaclava

    Your Review
    The 6821 Fleece Balaclava is just what the doctor ordered, if the doctor was Jack Frost! This Balaclava is comfortable and warm in all but the most extreme conditions. I’ve worn this in 20 degree weather with snow and -6 degrees with -30 degree wind chills and anywhere the fleece covered I was comfortable. In the -30 wind chills I wore this under the hood of my favorite winter hoodie and it made the perfect companion. My only complaint is the eye /nose opening is a little large for my head. I have a small hat size so it’s not a major issue but had this been offered in smaller sizes I would have to try one size smaller. Overall an excellent Balaclava to keep old man winter at bay when you’re working outside!

    Ergoman Says

    The 6821 Fleece Balaclava is just what the doctor ordered, if the doctor was Jack Frost! This Balaclava is comfortable and warm in all but the most extreme conditions. I’ve worn this in 20 degree weather with snow and -6 degrees with -30 degree wind chills and anywhere the fleece covered I was comfortable. In the -30 wind chills I wore this under the hood of my favorite winter hoodie and it made the perfect companion. My only complaint is the eye /nose opening is a little large for my head. I have a small hat size so it’s not a major issue but had this been offered in smaller sizes I would have to try one size smaller. Overall an excellent Balaclava to keep old man winter at bay when you’re working outside!

    Your Review Status: Approved
    The 6821 Fleece Balaclava is just what the doctor ordered, if the doctor was Jack Frost! This Balaclava is comfortable and warm in all but the most extreme conditions. I’ve worn this in 20 degree weather with snow and -6 degrees with -30 degree wind chills and anywhere the fleece covered I was comfortable. In the -30 wind chills I wore this under the hood of my favorite winter hoodie and it made the perfect companion. My only complaint is the eye /nose opening is a little large for my head. I have a small hat size so it’s not a major issue but had this been offered in smaller sizes I would have to try one size smaller. Overall an excellent Balaclava to keep old man winter at bay when you’re working outside!

    Ergoman Says

    The 6821 Fleece Balaclava is just what the doctor ordered, if the doctor was Jack Frost! This Balaclava is comfortable and warm in all but the most extreme conditions. I’ve worn this in 20 degree weather with snow and -6 degrees with -30 degree wind chills and anywhere the fleece covered I was comfortable. In the -30 wind chills I wore this under the hood of my favorite winter hoodie and it made the perfect companion. My only complaint is the eye /nose opening is a little large for my head. I have a small hat size so it’s not a major issue but had this been offered in smaller sizes I would have to try one size smaller. Overall an excellent Balaclava to keep old man winter at bay when you’re working outside!

  9. N-Ferno® 6465 Thermal Jacket

    Your Review
    -30 degrees below 0….no problem.

    I thought the CORE Performance Work Wear® 6465 Thermal Jacket looked like it might be the perfect work jacket until I received it, then I knew it was the perfect jacket for my needs on the job !

    It’s not too often I get excited about a work jacket but in this case the 6465 Thermal jacket far exceeds any expectations I had for work wear. First, this jacket isn’t bulky like your average winter wear, yet the fleece lining combined with the outer shell keeps you warm while blocking out the wind and it still allows lots of mobility.
    The pockets are awesome. Not only are there plenty of them but the YKK Zippers with the zipper pulls make opening the pockets with gloves on a simple task. The zippers even pull down to open the pockets which makes manipulating the zippers with gloves even that much easier.
    The storm flaps work well to keep out the cold and the drawstrings and Velcro closures on the sleeves are all easy to adjust, even with gloves.
    The Armortex reinforcement zones, such as the elbows, give this jacket at distinct look and feel of a well-made piece of work wear.
    I’ve worn this jacket on its own in 20 degree weather very comfortably and I’ve worn it with my favorite fleece hoody on days where wind chills were -30 degrees. The first -30 wind-chill temperatures I encountered the regular temperatures were -6 degrees and my job duties required working outside for 4 hours. This is when I was certain this jacket was awesome! My feet were cold, my face was cold where my fleece hoodie didn’t cover but any part of me covered by this jacket was ready for another 4 hours.
    To top it off, this thing just looks awesome! People see this jacket and immediately want to know where I got it. My only complaint is I wish I had gotten this last winter!

    Ergoman Says

    -30 degrees below 0….no problem. I thought the CORE Performance Work Wear® 6465 Thermal Jacket looked like it might be the perfect work jacket until I received it, then I knew it was the perfect jacket for my needs on the job ! It’s not too often I get excited about a work jacket but in this case the 6465 Thermal jacket far exceeds any expectations I had for work wear. First, this jacket isn’t bulky like your average winter wear, yet the fleece lining combined with the outer shell keeps you warm while blocking out the wind and it still allows lots of mobility. The pockets are awesome. Not only are there plenty of them but the YKK Zippers with the zipper pulls make opening the pockets with gloves on a simple task. The zippers even pull down to open the pockets which makes manipulating the zippers with gloves even that much easier. The storm flaps work well to keep out the cold and the drawstrings and Velcro closures on the sleeves are all easy to adjust, even with gloves. The Armortex reinforcement zones, such as the elbows, give this jacket at distinct look and feel of a well-made piece of work wear. I’ve worn this jacket on its own in 20 degree weather very comfortably and I’ve worn it with my favorite fleece hoody on days where wind chills were -30 degrees. The first -30 wind-chill temperatures I encountered the regular temperatures were -6 degrees and my job duties required working outside for 4 hours. This is when I was certain this jacket was awesome! My feet were cold, my face was cold where my fleece hoodie didn’t cover but any part of me covered by this jacket was ready for another 4 hours. To top it off, this thing just looks awesome! People see this jacket and immediately want to know where I got it. My only complaint is I wish I had gotten this last winter!

    Your Review Status: Approved
    -30 degrees below 0….no problem.

    I thought the CORE Performance Work Wear® 6465 Thermal Jacket looked like it might be the perfect work jacket until I received it, then I knew it was the perfect jacket for my needs on the job !

    It’s not too often I get excited about a work jacket but in this case the 6465 Thermal jacket far exceeds any expectations I had for work wear. First, this jacket isn’t bulky like your average winter wear, yet the fleece lining combined with the outer shell keeps you warm while blocking out the wind and it still allows lots of mobility.
    The pockets are awesome. Not only are there plenty of them but the YKK Zippers with the zipper pulls make opening the pockets with gloves on a simple task. The zippers even pull down to open the pockets which makes manipulating the zippers with gloves even that much easier.
    The storm flaps work well to keep out the cold and the drawstrings and Velcro closures on the sleeves are all easy to adjust, even with gloves.
    The Armortex reinforcement zones, such as the elbows, give this jacket at distinct look and feel of a well-made piece of work wear.
    I’ve worn this jacket on its own in 20 degree weather very comfortably and I’ve worn it with my favorite fleece hoody on days where wind chills were -30 degrees. The first -30 wind-chill temperatures I encountered the regular temperatures were -6 degrees and my job duties required working outside for 4 hours. This is when I was certain this jacket was awesome! My feet were cold, my face was cold where my fleece hoodie didn’t cover but any part of me covered by this jacket was ready for another 4 hours.
    To top it off, this thing just looks awesome! People see this jacket and immediately want to know where I got it. My only complaint is I wish I had gotten this last winter!

    Ergoman Says

    -30 degrees below 0….no problem. I thought the CORE Performance Work Wear® 6465 Thermal Jacket looked like it might be the perfect work jacket until I received it, then I knew it was the perfect jacket for my needs on the job ! It’s not too often I get excited about a work jacket but in this case the 6465 Thermal jacket far exceeds any expectations I had for work wear. First, this jacket isn’t bulky like your average winter wear, yet the fleece lining combined with the outer shell keeps you warm while blocking out the wind and it still allows lots of mobility. The pockets are awesome. Not only are there plenty of them but the YKK Zippers with the zipper pulls make opening the pockets with gloves on a simple task. The zippers even pull down to open the pockets which makes manipulating the zippers with gloves even that much easier. The storm flaps work well to keep out the cold and the drawstrings and Velcro closures on the sleeves are all easy to adjust, even with gloves. The Armortex reinforcement zones, such as the elbows, give this jacket at distinct look and feel of a well-made piece of work wear. I’ve worn this jacket on its own in 20 degree weather very comfortably and I’ve worn it with my favorite fleece hoody on days where wind chills were -30 degrees. The first -30 wind-chill temperatures I encountered the regular temperatures were -6 degrees and my job duties required working outside for 4 hours. This is when I was certain this jacket was awesome! My feet were cold, my face was cold where my fleece hoodie didn’t cover but any part of me covered by this jacket was ready for another 4 hours. To top it off, this thing just looks awesome! People see this jacket and immediately want to know where I got it. My only complaint is I wish I had gotten this last winter!

  10. ProFlex® 347 Long Cap Lightweight Gel Knee Pads

    Your Review
    I got a pair of the ProFlex® 347 Long Cap Lightweight Gel Knee Pads at a time when I was doing body work on diamond plate floors on a regular basis. As luck would have it a foot injury and a job duty change meant I no longer had a need for a knee pad, at least not on a regular basis as my new job required lots of standing and working overhead.

    Fast forward a few months and my supervisor “volunteered” me to repaint some traffic lines in our shop. Great, I thought, “Just what I want to do, spend a day on my hands and knees”. As I was mixing up the bright yellow paint that will alert our shop patrons where they should safely walk I remembered the ProFlex gel knee pads in my tool box. I strapped on the 347’s and proceeded to put the first coat of paint in the marked out lines on the floor and found myself not hating the job as much as I anticipated. As a matter of fact, the 347’s are quite stable when working on your knees for extended periods and the gel makes even a concrete floor disappear. After the second coat of paint and then pulling up the masking tape marking off our pedestrian lines I was truly impressed. The ProFlex long cap gel knee pad is so comfortable and stable I’m looking forward to the next job I have to do on hands and knees.

    My only complaint was occasionally the straps would bunch up when I’d get up to get some materials or another brush but I attributed that more to the type of uniform pants I was wearing than any actual fault in the knee pads themselves.
    The straps are easy to adjust and easy to snap on and off which makes taking them off to do some other jobs in between time required on hands and knees quick and easy.
    If you spend any time on your knees on the job I’d highly recommend these and your knees will probably thank you!

    Ergoman Says

    I got a pair of the ProFlex® 347 Long Cap Lightweight Gel Knee Pads at a time when I was doing body work on diamond plate floors on a regular basis. As luck would have it a foot injury and a job duty change meant I no longer had a need for a knee pad, at least not on a regular basis as my new job required lots of standing and working overhead. Fast forward a few months and my supervisor “volunteered” me to repaint some traffic lines in our shop. Great, I thought, “Just what I want to do, spend a day on my hands and knees”. As I was mixing up the bright yellow paint that will alert our shop patrons where they should safely walk I remembered the ProFlex gel knee pads in my tool box. I strapped on the 347’s and proceeded to put the first coat of paint in the marked out lines on the floor and found myself not hating the job as much as I anticipated. As a matter of fact, the 347’s are quite stable when working on your knees for extended periods and the gel makes even a concrete floor disappear. After the second coat of paint and then pulling up the masking tape marking off our pedestrian lines I was truly impressed. The ProFlex long cap gel knee pad is so comfortable and stable I’m looking forward to the next job I have to do on hands and knees. My only complaint was occasionally the straps would bunch up when I’d get up to get some materials or another brush but I attributed that more to the type of uniform pants I was wearing than any actual fault in the knee pads themselves. The straps are easy to adjust and easy to snap on and off which makes taking them off to do some other jobs in between time required on hands and knees quick and easy. If you spend any time on your knees on the job I’d highly recommend these and your knees will probably thank you!

    Your Review Status: Approved
    I got a pair of the ProFlex® 347 Long Cap Lightweight Gel Knee Pads at a time when I was doing body work on diamond plate floors on a regular basis. As luck would have it a foot injury and a job duty change meant I no longer had a need for a knee pad, at least not on a regular basis as my new job required lots of standing and working overhead.

    Fast forward a few months and my supervisor “volunteered” me to repaint some traffic lines in our shop. Great, I thought, “Just what I want to do, spend a day on my hands and knees”. As I was mixing up the bright yellow paint that will alert our shop patrons where they should safely walk I remembered the ProFlex gel knee pads in my tool box. I strapped on the 347’s and proceeded to put the first coat of paint in the marked out lines on the floor and found myself not hating the job as much as I anticipated. As a matter of fact, the 347’s are quite stable when working on your knees for extended periods and the gel makes even a concrete floor disappear. After the second coat of paint and then pulling up the masking tape marking off our pedestrian lines I was truly impressed. The ProFlex long cap gel knee pad is so comfortable and stable I’m looking forward to the next job I have to do on hands and knees.

    My only complaint was occasionally the straps would bunch up when I’d get up to get some materials or another brush but I attributed that more to the type of uniform pants I was wearing than any actual fault in the knee pads themselves.
    The straps are easy to adjust and easy to snap on and off which makes taking them off to do some other jobs in between time required on hands and knees quick and easy.
    If you spend any time on your knees on the job I’d highly recommend these and your knees will probably thank you!

    Ergoman Says

    I got a pair of the ProFlex® 347 Long Cap Lightweight Gel Knee Pads at a time when I was doing body work on diamond plate floors on a regular basis. As luck would have it a foot injury and a job duty change meant I no longer had a need for a knee pad, at least not on a regular basis as my new job required lots of standing and working overhead. Fast forward a few months and my supervisor “volunteered” me to repaint some traffic lines in our shop. Great, I thought, “Just what I want to do, spend a day on my hands and knees”. As I was mixing up the bright yellow paint that will alert our shop patrons where they should safely walk I remembered the ProFlex gel knee pads in my tool box. I strapped on the 347’s and proceeded to put the first coat of paint in the marked out lines on the floor and found myself not hating the job as much as I anticipated. As a matter of fact, the 347’s are quite stable when working on your knees for extended periods and the gel makes even a concrete floor disappear. After the second coat of paint and then pulling up the masking tape marking off our pedestrian lines I was truly impressed. The ProFlex long cap gel knee pad is so comfortable and stable I’m looking forward to the next job I have to do on hands and knees. My only complaint was occasionally the straps would bunch up when I’d get up to get some materials or another brush but I attributed that more to the type of uniform pants I was wearing than any actual fault in the knee pads themselves. The straps are easy to adjust and easy to snap on and off which makes taking them off to do some other jobs in between time required on hands and knees quick and easy. If you spend any time on your knees on the job I’d highly recommend these and your knees will probably thank you!

  11. Squids® 3405 Grabber with Belt Clip

    Your Review
    When I'm not wearing my ProFlex 9015's I use disposable gloves provided by my employer. Whatever gloves I'm wearing for the task at hand I'm usually folding them up and putting them in my pocket or carrying them around and dropping them. The Squids 3405 Grabber with the belt clip takes care of that problem. I keep thinking that perhaps there could be 101 uses for the 3405 grabber but for myself, it keeps the gloves I'm using handy, out of the way and easily available. No more worrying about my gloves falling out of my pocket, the Squids 3405 grabber hangs on to a pair of gloves like a pit bull on a t bone steak.

    Ergoman Says

    When I'm not wearing my ProFlex 9015's I use disposable gloves provided by my employer. Whatever gloves I'm wearing for the task at hand I'm usually folding them up and putting them in my pocket or carrying them around and dropping them. The Squids 3405 Grabber with the belt clip takes care of that problem. I keep thinking that perhaps there could be 101 uses for the 3405 grabber but for myself, it keeps the gloves I'm using handy, out of the way and easily available. No more worrying about my gloves falling out of my pocket, the Squids 3405 grabber hangs on to a pair of gloves like a pit bull on a t bone steak.

    Your Review Status: Approved
    When I'm not wearing my ProFlex 9015's I use disposable gloves provided by my employer. Whatever gloves I'm wearing for the task at hand I'm usually folding them up and putting them in my pocket or carrying them around and dropping them. The Squids 3405 Grabber with the belt clip takes care of that problem. I keep thinking that perhaps there could be 101 uses for the 3405 grabber but for myself, it keeps the gloves I'm using handy, out of the way and easily available. No more worrying about my gloves falling out of my pocket, the Squids 3405 grabber hangs on to a pair of gloves like a pit bull on a t bone steak.

    Ergoman Says

    When I'm not wearing my ProFlex 9015's I use disposable gloves provided by my employer. Whatever gloves I'm wearing for the task at hand I'm usually folding them up and putting them in my pocket or carrying them around and dropping them. The Squids 3405 Grabber with the belt clip takes care of that problem. I keep thinking that perhaps there could be 101 uses for the 3405 grabber but for myself, it keeps the gloves I'm using handy, out of the way and easily available. No more worrying about my gloves falling out of my pocket, the Squids 3405 grabber hangs on to a pair of gloves like a pit bull on a t bone steak.

  12. ProFlex® 1051 Mesh Back Support

    Your Review
    Not to long ago I tore a muscle while lifting a compontent out of a chassis while working on a truck on a lift. Bench pressing 100 lbs power take off units made me start thinking, perhaps I should be using a back support. So, I got one of the Ergodyne ProFlex® 1051 Mesh Back Support’s to see if that would make the task any easier.
    I do this type of lifting multiple times a day so the 1051 seemed like just what I needed.
    Right away the lumbar support makes this feel much better than your standard , everyday back brace.
    The mesh outer shell makes this support cool and easy to wear even in the hottest weather. The adjustments for fit are easy to tighten for lifting or loosen for those times between heavy lifting so you can easily wear this all day. The lumbar support helps maintain posture at all times yet isn’t bulky or uncomfortable.
    This is quite simply the best back brace I’ve tried

    Ergoman Says

    Not to long ago I tore a muscle while lifting a compontent out of a chassis while working on a truck on a lift. Bench pressing 100 lbs power take off units made me start thinking, perhaps I should be using a back support. So, I got one of the Ergodyne ProFlex® 1051 Mesh Back Support’s to see if that would make the task any easier. I do this type of lifting multiple times a day so the 1051 seemed like just what I needed. Right away the lumbar support makes this feel much better than your standard , everyday back brace. The mesh outer shell makes this support cool and easy to wear even in the hottest weather. The adjustments for fit are easy to tighten for lifting or loosen for those times between heavy lifting so you can easily wear this all day. The lumbar support helps maintain posture at all times yet isn’t bulky or uncomfortable. This is quite simply the best back brace I’ve tried

    Your Review Status: Approved
    Not to long ago I tore a muscle while lifting a compontent out of a chassis while working on a truck on a lift. Bench pressing 100 lbs power take off units made me start thinking, perhaps I should be using a back support. So, I got one of the Ergodyne ProFlex® 1051 Mesh Back Support’s to see if that would make the task any easier.
    I do this type of lifting multiple times a day so the 1051 seemed like just what I needed.
    Right away the lumbar support makes this feel much better than your standard , everyday back brace.
    The mesh outer shell makes this support cool and easy to wear even in the hottest weather. The adjustments for fit are easy to tighten for lifting or loosen for those times between heavy lifting so you can easily wear this all day. The lumbar support helps maintain posture at all times yet isn’t bulky or uncomfortable.
    This is quite simply the best back brace I’ve tried

    Ergoman Says

    Not to long ago I tore a muscle while lifting a compontent out of a chassis while working on a truck on a lift. Bench pressing 100 lbs power take off units made me start thinking, perhaps I should be using a back support. So, I got one of the Ergodyne ProFlex® 1051 Mesh Back Support’s to see if that would make the task any easier. I do this type of lifting multiple times a day so the 1051 seemed like just what I needed. Right away the lumbar support makes this feel much better than your standard , everyday back brace. The mesh outer shell makes this support cool and easy to wear even in the hottest weather. The adjustments for fit are easy to tighten for lifting or loosen for those times between heavy lifting so you can easily wear this all day. The lumbar support helps maintain posture at all times yet isn’t bulky or uncomfortable. This is quite simply the best back brace I’ve tried