Designed for superior quality and greater ease of use than other products on the market, Channellock's new Forged Wirestripper features a curved shear uniquely shaped to contain material during handling. By incor- porating XLT Xtreme Leverage Technology, it requires consider- ably less force to cut than tradi- tional high-leverage designs. The 7.5-in. Forged Wirestripper is designed for durability with robust, comfortable Channellock Blue grips, a spring-loaded handle for easy, one-handed operation and a lock for safe storage. It strips 10- 20 AWG solid and stranded wire, has a reaming head for up to 1-In. conduit and cuts 6-32 and 8-32 bolts. This new tool is 100-percent made in the U.S.A. Visit Channellock.com.
Bora Tool’s new Speedhorse (PM-4500 ) is a contractor-grade sawhorse that deploys much faster than conventional saw- horses. Designed for flexibility in a wide variety of environments, this sawhorse is built tough
to withstand heavy projects rang- ing from construction and carpen- try to furniture builds. And when the job is finished, simply pull the levers and fold the legs up. The quick-deploy and quick-collapse legs allow users to set up in just seconds, and non-sequential leg folding makes worksite teardown a breeze. Just pull the levers on each end and fold up the legs, no matter which order. The Speedhorse offers best-in-class weight capacity, so each individual unit can support 1,500 lbs.—200 lbs. more than the leading competitors. A long, pre-drilled surface equates to more workspace and stability, and the pre-drilled metal top allows users to screw in a 2x4 as a sacrificial top, saving saws and the sawhorse from damage. Visit www.boratool.com.
The Tradesman Pro Magnetic Wristband helps keep small pieces and parts close at hand by fitting easily around a tradesperson’s wrist, tool belt or bag. Strong rare earth magnets keep small parts secure, and the breathable mesh interior and contoured shape pro- vide a comfortable fit around the wrist for all-day use. Made of durable 1680d ballistic material,
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