As Seen On TV: The TakWrap Commercial Featuring Marc Gill

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    The Product: TakWrap

    The Promise: “A Comfortable Grip That Never Slips!”

    The Price: 6 rolls of TakWrap for a grand total of $22.89

    The Commercial:

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TakWrap Product Information



Whatever you do, be sure not to confuse TakWrap with gripstrips or adhesive tape! TakWrap is actually a cushioning foam tape that protects your hands from blisters and the jarring concussion of repeated tool use.

TakWrap’s cushioning foam even insulates your hands from your tool! (I imagine that would be wonderful when working outside in the cold!)

I absolutely love the TakWrap TV commercial as well! Macr Gill always does a great job promoting products, but dipping his hands in oil and then using a jackhammer with TakWrap applied was insane!

When ordered from the TakWrap website you’ll get a total of 6 rolls of TakWrap for a grand total of $22.89.

And as always, if you run into any issues with your TakWrap order, you can contact their customer service department in the following ways:

Phone: 1-877-959-1234 (Mon – Fri 8:30-5:00p EST)

Address:

TakWrap™
MAC Innovations, LLC
2301 SW 145th Ave.
Miramar, FL 33027

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What are YOUR thoughts about TakWrap? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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4 comments on “As Seen On TV: The TakWrap Commercial Featuring Marc Gill
  1. kissarmy110936 says:

    just use black tape or duck tape duh lol

  2. DarkPatro56 says:

    Ideal for women, metrosexuals and hipsters

  3. Collin Pribula says:

    i want one!

  4. Shane Trusty says:

    Today we have a new As Seen On TV Spot from Marc Gill for a product called TakWrap. This commercial is notable for it’s extreme product demonstration. (Check out minute mark 1:19 when Marc dips his hands in oil and then uses a jackhammer!) #asseenontv #takwrap #marcgill

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