Identify the Mystery Object.

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Syringe is correct! - Was at the dentist this morning 🙃 Thought that would be more difficult
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Ok, because I'm supposed to be working I just quickly nabbed something close at hand -- so what's this?

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"Ok, because I'm supposed to be working I just quickly nabbed something close at hand"
is that a clue, something on his desk Sherlock Holmes?

Could it be a mechanical pencil sharpener Dr Watson?

best wishes - Paul C
 

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Spring mechanism

Edit: It may be mech of toy, or clock, or...
Not spring-loaded.

"Ok, because I'm supposed to be working I just quickly nabbed something close at hand"
is that a clue, something on his desk Sherlock Holmes?

Could it be a mechanical pencil sharpener Dr Watson?

best wishes - Paul C
Nada clue. Close at hand could mean anything in my house.

Mechanical clock? Cheap mechanical watch?
Timeless.

Can opener?
I thought of several clever sounding responses that would've been no help at all so I've restrained myself. You're welcome. No.

Hand drill
You use your hands on it but it doesn't drill anything.
 
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