THE SIMPLE RATCHET simplifies the gripping and turning of various fasteners by adapting to each particular nut or bolt.
This helps save time and effort for a busy mechanic, builder, or anyone that uses hand tools by eliminating the need to dig through a tool box to try and find the right socket or adaptor. It also avoid annoying delays and frustration.
“I’m a professional nuclear pipefitter and mechanic, and I’ve been working with hand tools for 15 years,” shared THE SIMPLE RATCHET inventor who is from Newport News, Va. He submitted the idea to InventHelp for licensing.
“During that time, I saw the need for an updated ratchet that would replace the conventional ratchet,” he added. “And I thought of a simple tool that would save time, money, and space in a toolbox. It also reduces stress.”
The original design was submitted to the National sales office of InventHelp.
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