"Only" takes 6 hours to charge??? Mmm kay... I need that like I need a Bluetooth tool box. Sorry, that was as far as I could go. I can see millennial "mechanics" walking around being their phone zombie selves checking their tool boxes (between checking water heater settings and refrigerator contents) all day. Yep, gotta have dis chit.
Save your money with the tite reach. That's infomercial material all the way. While I've used sockets for other than socketing lol.. in my 30+ years as a diesel mechanic, I don't recommend the socket press unless you're doing super light duty work. Lastly, if I ever saw someone in my shop with an app controlled tool box I would kick his as.. but that's just me
Btw. that Stanley Proto, that is nearly 300 USD, seems like its made by M7 (Mighty Seven) tools in Taiwan.. and you can get almoust identical M7 impact wrenches at one quarter of the price. Just saying, everything is outsourced so..
FALSE. The lines of wrenches, sockets, and ratchets that are sourced by Apex are all manufactured in China or Taiwan. The Western Forge products such as adjustable wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, etc are mostly still manufactured in the US but even some of that line has been outsourced to China.
Well great, craftsman tools made in USA, I am a british guy, but I am a firm believer of tools made in USA, craftsmans tools, used to be good, before they started to go to manufacturers in china, I buy klien tools, they are good tools, I as of yet had no problem with em, so I cannot say klien honour there brand enough to exchange when needs be,
I had to laugh at the Proto balanced sales pitch.
"Perfectly balanced to reduce fatigue", then says, "Choose the tool as strong as you."
Well, if they weren't weak as shit, they wouldn't need a better balanced tool.
The T handle thing, for decades I have been using my large magnetic Screwdriver with a socket on the end, it works just as and I already own it! Why spend money on tools that you don't need? real mechanic's don't need these tools.
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