Start out the new year by “bringin’ the quality” with the Snap-on socket and ratchet promotion. For a limited time, when you purchase a nine-piece TORX bit socket set (209EFTXBY), you’ll receive a Snap-on 3/8-inch drive long handle ratchet (FL80) and 1/4-inch drive long handle ratchet (TL72) at no cost.
“When it comes to bringin’ the quality, Snap-on bit sockets and ratchets deliver,” said Gerry Beronja, director of customer marketing for Snap-on. “With max torque, less ratcheting arc and longer tool life, it isn’t hard to understand why. Features like these continue to make Snap-on the top choice for service technicians who want to stay at the top of their game.”
Featuring a tapered heavy-duty TORX tip and frustum conical shape, the nine-piece Snap-on TORX bit socket set (209EFTXBY) provides maximum contact and maximum torque which continues to make these sockets the top choice for service technicians who want to stay at the top of their game.
With up to 25 percent less ratcheting arc than the competition, the Snap-on 3/8-inch drive long handle ratchet (FL80) with Dual 80 technology features seven teeth in contact with an 80-tooth gear for strength and durability. In addition, its sealed head keeps dirt and other contaminants out of the head mechanism.
The Snap-on 1/4-inch drive long handle ratchet (TL72) provides up to 90 ft. lbs. of ultimate torque to loosen seized fasteners faster and easier. It also features a dual pawl, 72-tooth mechanism for 15 percent less ratcheting arc and patented sealed mechanism for a longer tool life.
Snap-on customers must purchase the nine-piece TORX bit socket set (209EFTXBY) to receive the two free ratchets. No other discounts or trade-ins apply and the promotion is available from participating franchisees and representatives only. Limited quantities are available and the offer is valid through March 31, 2013. Customers can find out more about the terms and conditions of this special promotional offer by contacting their local participating Snap-on franchisee or representative.
For additional information, visit www.snapon.com.