Tuesday 28 October 2014
For the professional tradesman, the laborious task of making several trips to the van is one to be avoided. Whether on the move or at the workshop, experts require their tailored selection of tools to hand, at any given time. STANLEY's latest range of storage options solves that problem, offering a variety of cases and bags - perfect for the busy tradesmen.
The new FatMax Technician case is already proving to be a hit on social media. The case features a tough glass fibre reinforced polypropylene body with heavy duty metal latches. Sure to withstand the toughest of applications, the FatMax Technician case is ideal for tradesmen on the move. Available in two models, the wheeled option includes an aluminium handle and smooth bearing wheels. What's more, removable dividers and cups, allow for own customisation to enable flexible and accessible storage of essential tools. The patented accordion internal structure enables full visibility and accessibility of tools to assist with the job in hand.
The new FatMax Dual Access Bag utilises every inch of space available, ensuring the essential kit is just an arm's reach away. Featuring a durable carrying strap and free standing rigid structure, this latest addition to the range harnesses portability without comprising functionality - a bag worthy of a tradesman's top marks. The reinforced plastic base protects tools from water and dirt, ensuring a tradesman's vital tools are kept in perfect condition, from job to job.
David Osborne, Marketing Director at STANLEY TOOLS, comments: "We understand the necessity for our storage products to combine the convenience of portability, innovation and functionality. With our latest range of storage products we're proud that they're able to offer exactly that.
"Having all of your tools in one place is a must for any trade professional. The quicker tools are accessed, the more efficient a job done."
Contact: STANLEY TOOLS
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