Intaocular foreign bodies (IOFB) can present in various shapes and sizes. Several instruments available can sometimes be of limited use.In this video a suture loop consisting of a 20-gauge angiocatheter and 6-0 polypropylene suture is shown. Its construction is very simple. Also a newly designed IOFB forceps is presented. This suture loop effectively grasps large IOFBs, both metallic and nonmetallic. The use of bimanual technique in which the IOFB is surrounded with the suture loop with a forceps provides better control and enables the surgeon to place the suture loop along the desired axis of the IOFB, so that it can be removed through a shorter incision. This may decrease surgical trauma at the incision site. The newly designed forceps adds additional control and safety for the surgeon. It grasps tightly any kind of IOFB avoiding the risk of the IOFB falling backĀ  into the eye during its removal.