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Steccone Handle Magi-Clip Aluminum Steccone

Quick Overview

  • 50 - 60% lighter than brass and stainless steel handles
  • Features aircraft exlastic stop nuts that will not work loose
  • Standard Nut and Screw attach or Magi Klip Quick Release
  • Made in the same tradition of quality as their brass and stainless steel handles except half the weight
  • Magi-Clip Version offers Easy Push Springback Release

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Item #: 01-6M

$10.25 - $11.70

Channel Attachment Selection

Channel Attachment:
2 options available.
This is an obsolete Item

Steccone Handle

Available in the standard nut and bolt attachment or the world’s first single-point, quick-release squeeze handle.

Magi-Klip... Designed and patented in 1953, replacing the rubber or repositioning the channel has never been so easy. Simply depress the Magi-Klip and then release it for a firm hold on the channel and rubber. Equipped with nylon style nuts that will not work loose.

Available in Two Styles 

Standard Attach

Nylon Lock Nuts and Screws attach and hold the channel

Magi-Klip Quick Release 

Nylon Screws hold the Magi-Klip Backplate in place

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