Fingers stainless steel back scratcher fits your back and eliminates the itch
Fingers stainless steel back scratcher fits your back and eliminates the itch
Head of Fingers back scratcher, copper trim on stainless steel body
Handle of Fingers back scratcher and serial numbered dog tag
Full view of 21" Fingers back scratcher. Bendable to fit your back

Fingers stainless steel back scratcher fits your back and eliminates the itch

Regular price $22.95
Fingers back scratcher, the original design, is created from stainless steel and copper wire. Handmade in Carbondale, Colorado, it is bendable to fit your individual contours, and annihilate your itchiest itch. This back scratcher is about 20" to 21" long, and 1" to 1.5" wide. The twisted part of the shaft is about 3/16" diameter, but since it consists of five separate wires with some spring temper, it is bendable to fit your body shape.

Proudly handmade in the USA, each serial-numbered back scratcher is slightly different, but functionally identical. It makes a perfect gift for that special person, or just an indulgence for you. These back scratchers are homemade, but they are professionally constructed by a skilled craftsman. This is not just a strange novelty – this is a high quality backscratcher and just the best value for sale today.

The lifetime warranty is restricted to the maximum of your life or mine, whichever comes first. But this scratcher likely will never wear out, so unless you're a granite statue, it doesn't make much difference. It is made to last forever. See how I make it on YouTube.

Customer Reviews

Based on 65 reviews

This back scratcher was absolutely worth the price and we are expecting a long use from them!

Exactly as advertised!

This product is awesome, it's exactly as advertised. Good design, and very functional. I didn't expect cleaning (dishwasher!) and customising was going to be this easy, it exceeded my expectations.


Best ever!!!

Kim Pons

Beautiful, but difficult to get a grip on.

Becky Tupper

It does scratch better than my wood one, when I can get it to work right. The problem is I can't keep the handle to stop twisting in my hand. I find it difficult to get it to stay the right direction on my back. I end up trying to scratch my back with the back of it. That is not helpful. Maybe my hand is just too weak? I am wondering if the shorter handled one will work better?