EZ-RETRIEVER® CARGO REACHING TOOLS REVIEWS
The EZ-RETRIEVER® CARGO REACHING TOOLS has an average rating based on 40 customer reviews.Submit your own review
By J P. - MN
" I have purchased several of these now. One for myself and the others for gifts. They are very well received and liked by family and friends I have given them to. I have also purchased 4-5 of the tonneau covers over the years and have been very happy with all of them. The rapid shipping is awesome! "
By Larry B. - CT
" The truck bed grabber is a very handy tool. The telescoping length adjustment holds up great, and the cargo hook is just the perfect size for grabbing most items. I have had this extendable grabber tool for a few years now and it use still works great. All in all a sturdy tool that does the job. "
By Bob K.
" works good. "
By Sarah W.
" EZ-retriever is very handy. No more trying to crawl under or roll up the tonneau cover to reach items that slid to the front of the truckbed. Great Product. Fast delivery. It will be my christmas gift exchange present. "
By CLIFF C. - IA
" The EZ-Retriver is strong but yet light, and works real well for my needs. The price was reasonable, and the shipping was fast. "
By Joe G. - FL
" Great item. It is handy and stows easily. "
By Dale B. - CA
" Great device and a good design. Very useful, light but strong enough to pull around most anything that is too far to the front of the bed. The padded hook at the end is smart, so luggage or other painted finishes on cargo, don't get scratched. "
By Curtis H.
" I bought the EZ Retriever II to use with my Access Rollup cover. This is a really handy item. It makes life so much easier than trying to do the low crawl under the cover or having to roll it up to retrieve items that slide up to the cab. "
By David S. - NC
" Makes getting stuff in the front of your bed to the rear of your bed a lot easier. Definitely a great tool. "
By Nancy P. - NE
" I love the idea of the EZ Retriever II, best idea for reaching items that have slid to the front of the truck bed w/o actually have to crawl up into it. "