Leading mid-priced tool brand, Britool Expert, launches a range of ratcheting wrenches – each one capable of handling four different-sized fasteners.
Ratcheting wrenches are in common use today, and with good reason. These handy tools facilitate speedy turning of fasteners in the majority of situations and are particularly useful when working in tight spaces.
Britool Expert, however, believes there is always room for improvement. With this in mind, the brand has developed a new range which aims to help mechanics and technicians in two ways. Firstly, by saving time spent on the job, and secondly by reducing the number of tools needed in the inventory. Both of which make a substantial contribution to financial savings.
The improvements are rooted in the double-ring arrangement. Instead of using traditional single sized insert at each end of the wrench, Britool Expert’s clever 4-in-1 design offers two dual-sized inserts instead. The result is that when the need arises, one fastener size can be quickly switched for another by simply flipping the wrench over, providing users with four size options from just one tool. The depth increase over single-size inserts is marginal, ensuring manoeuvrability and storage are not compromised.
Available individually or in a set of three, supplied in a tool roll (product code E111115B), in sizes 8-10 / 12-13 mm, 9-11 / 14-15 mm and 16-17 / 18-19 mm, the new wrenches also feature a reverse-mechanism switch built into the handle. This design prevents accidental switching but still allows the ratcheting direction to be quickly changed when required. To ensure maximum durability, all wrenches in the range are chrome-finished.
List price for the E111115B set is £68.13 plus VAT.
Paul Woolley, UK Marketing Manager for Britool Expert, says: “With the new 4-in-1 ratcheting wrenches we wanted to save our customers time and money. Mechanics and technicians can now tackle four different fastener sizes with just one wrench, speeding up repair time considerably and reducing inventory costs. An added benefit, of course, is that they will have less tools to carry.”
For more information: www.britool-expert.co.uk