- Sort-A-Tool is
a user system that sorts your wrenches for quick replacement. NO
MORE SEARCHING. You can also remove the tray and take it to the
car, furnace room or other work site.
- Organized by size
and stored on edge (instead of flat) twice as many wrenches are stored
in the same space and a large, easy to read label indicates the sizes.
- To sort a wrench,
slide the open end over the sizing bar until it stops, then rotate
and store in the proper space – easy as 1-2-3.
- A combination label is supplied so you can store either metric or
wrenches. Since there are more metric than SAE sizes, use the spare space for extra wrenches.
- Accomodates 10mm-7/16"
wrenches 6.5 inches long and 19mm-3/4" wrenches 0.25 inches long.
- Molded of durable
polypropolene so it can be cleaned with petroleum products. Size is
13.5" X 9.5" X 1.5" and fits the standard 2" tool cabinet drawer.
Offered in Red.
- Invented by Hari
Matsuda, industrial designer, inventor, car enthusiast and racer. As
a design consultant, Hari innovated the ergonomic styling of cameras
world wide, designed Whistler radar detectors and Mitsubishi cell phones
since 1984. He has designed a variety of other products from medical tools
to computer systems, consumer and commercial electronics
since 1962. He races a full tube frame 914-6 and when asked how he came
up this idea, said, "Searching for wrenches in a tool caddie is
so frustrating that I made one of these for myself and found that a
lot of my friends wanted one as well."
- Made in the U.S.A.
Foreign and U.S. patents applied for.
- Contact: Phone
(847-475-6995) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org