Four handy tools for summer.

We totally hate ticks. These disgusting critters that suck our blood and infect us with disease. A recent bout with Borrelia has not endeared us to the pests either. A good tick tool is a must in our picnic kit and a definite must in our bathroom. We thought we had found all the tick removers in the market, but here are three new ones (and one old favorite). Out favorite is the tick crowbar from French O’Tom (A). It can be found in pet stores (at least in Sweden), but it’s also available on Amazon for USD 3:20. Number two (B) is called the TickKey [Via]. It can be used as a key ring and can thus be on hand whenever needed. The TickKey is USD 5:- on Amazon. Number three, Ticked Off (C), is promised to work on crawling ticks, too, and it’s available on Amazon for USD 3:-. The Tick Nipper (D) tick tool sports a built-in magnifier to let you have a closer look at the critters. The Tick Nipper is USD 6:- on Amazon.brbr

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