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Our premier automotive brand that offers a full range of traditional high quality hand tools and also an increasing range of specialist tools designed to make easy work of difficult and awkward jobs. These tools are the result of feedback from the sharp end of the automotive industry - the actual technicians working on today's motor cars. As well as our impressive range of engine timing tools recent additions to the specialist tools range include fully insulated tools for working on electric and hybrid cars.


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Laser Tools

Premier Automotive Hand Tools designed to make easy work of difficult and awkward jobs.

Sure grip on damaged and rounded-off fasteners with these adjustable wrench heads from Laser Tools
Wednesday 15 September 2021

Brand new to the Laser Tools range are these adjustable wrench heads with quick, single handed pull back adjustment to grip fixings such as nuts, bolts and setscrews, including single hex (6pt), bi-hex (12pt),...) read more

Hard to reach fasteners? Try these new mini ratchets from Laser Tools
Thursday 09 September 2021

If a screw, bolt or other fastener is really difficult to access, perhaps on an engine, or under an inlet manifold, etc, a crows foot wrench can be the tool of choice to reach around or under obstacles. But there is an...) read more

Laser Tools introduces new timing tool set for post-2017 Ford 1.0 EcoBoost engines
Monday 06 September 2021

The design of Ford’s latest version of the 1.0lt Ecoboost petrol engine has changed significantly from the original Ecoboost. Gone is the oil-wetted cam belt drive; the latest design is chain driven and this means the...) read more