GEARWRENCH Modular Tool Sets To Help Mechanics Keep Their Tools...

GEARWRENCH Modular Tool Sets To Help Mechanics Keep Their Tools Organized For Better Productivity And Convenience

Manufacturing Technology Insights | Thursday, May 12, 2022

GEARWRENCH Launches Modular Tool Sets to keep the tools well organized and make it convenient and less time-consuming for mechanics to find the tools as and when needed.

Fremont, CA: Mechanics frequently battle with the arduous challenge of keeping their tool sets organized within their storage drawers, wasting time seeking the supplies they need to complete a repair. Mechanics could immediately identify the items they need if they had a well-organized tool storage system that keeps them accessible and conveniently stored. GEARWRENCH, the No. 1 professional-grade hand tool brand for pros, mechanics, and auto techs, provides the answer to this age-old problem as it launches GEARWRENCH Modular Tool Sets.

"Listening to mechanics tool storage pain points helped us to design an ideal set with beneficial features. We created our new GEARWRENCH Modular Tool Sets with our customers in mind," states GEARWRENCH Senior Product Manager, Chris Coll. "Our EVA foam tray tool sets help ensure tools are returned to their trays after use, helping mechanics to instantly locate the items needed to complete a task while also preventing tools from being misplaced or even lost."

The new tool sets are multi-piece assortments of high-quality GEARWRENCH tools, each packed in a strong EVA foam tray with large size indicators. Chemical and solvent-resistant trays come in a variety of sizes to fit GEARWRENCH GSX cabinets and chests, allowing customers to create their own toolset and storage system. Each tool is nested in a bespoke laser-formed cutaway that protects while keeping the tools organized and accessible. Mechanics can easily put the tray into tool storage drawers thanks to its toolbox-ready design. GEARWRENCH Modular Tool Sets are available in ten different sizes and configurations, ranging from 18 to 83 pieces.

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