Get a grip: STOCKCAP expands product range

31-08-2010
Get a grip: STOCKCAP expands product range
STOCKCAP (Sinclair & Rush Inc) has acquired the mould tooling and marketing rights to the entire line of Hunt Wilde injection moulded grips.
 
These are ideal for a wide variety of uses including:
  • Outdoor power equipment
  • Hand trucks
  • Lawn & garden tools
  • Medical & home healthcare appliances
  • Fitness equipment
  • Sporting goods
  • Toys
  • Kid’s bicycles
  • Pumps & compressors.
STOCKCAP injection moulded grips include: 
 
The Straight Grip – a simple, traditional design. Designed to fit securely on a standard 1” diameter bar but, the flexible nature of the material can also conform to other shapes.
 
The Classic Finger Grip – known by many as the original bicycle grip. The finger or bike grip is a popular choice for applications ranging from kids toys to garden tools.
 
The Rib-Finned Grip – offers a unique look and added comfort over many other grip styles. Closely spaced ribs made from a low durometer flexible vinyl material provide cushioning and vibration dampening qualities. Ideal for bicycles, outdoor power equipment, and many other applications.
 
The Honeycomb Grip – a unique grip in terms of appearance and performance. The hexagonal pattern provides an upmarket look while enhancing comfort with its non-slip, vibration dampening design.
 
The Flanged Tapered Grip – ideal for applications requiring consistent hand placement. The tapered design keeps the users hand from drifting off the end of the grip while the abrupt flange resists any forward movement. A popular choice for bicycles, fitness equipment, and a variety of tools and equipment.
 
STOCKCAP has the entire line in stock for immediate delivery.
 
STOCKCAP
Ph: 1800 00 3211 
 

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