Have you seen the new Laser Tools’ catalogue for 2018?
Laser Tools are excited to announce their brand new 840-page 2018 tool catalogue, fully revised and updated, to offer you the UK's most exciting and innovative range of tools, workshop equipment, HSE, PPE and much, much more!
This dynamic new resource is bursting at the seams with over 720 new items listed out of a truly impressive range of over 3960 lines. The range of special tools grows constantly, tools designed to make easy work of difficult and awkward jobs. These tools are the result of feedback from the sharp end of the motor industry — the actual technicians working on today's motor cars — and many are manufactured right here in the UK at our plant in Sheffield.
As well as an all-new section catering for Light Commercial Vehicles, this year also sees Laser Tools further increasing its range of tools, HSE and PPE specifically designed for safe working on electric and hybrid vehicles. These are required to be fully tested and insulated to IEC 60900:2012 standards and carry the international symbols for High Voltage Tools. Establish and set up your workshop's dedicated electric and hybrid vehicles safe area with advice and equipment from Laser Tools.
The new catalogue has straightforward, easy-to-use sections, comprising General Hand Tools, Specialist Bits, Workshop Tools, Specialist Automotive, Motorcycle Tools, Light Commercial Vehicle Tools, HGV Tools, Engine Timing Tools and lots of lovely Laser Tools Racing merchandise. The comprehensive contents section makes it easy to find the tool of choice, and each item is listed with images and full details, including vehicle applications if applicable.
We’ve made it easy to get the new catalogue! The print version is available from your local Laser Tools stockist (find your nearest stockist at http://www.lasertools.co.uk/) and you can also access the online flip-book version here:
Or download the PDF version here (be warned — large download!):
If you would prefer the catalogue posted to you in DVD format:
Posted on Tuesday 20 February 2018