By Marta Macedo Tuesday, 18th October 2022 0 Comments No More Makeshift Solutions With Laser Tools’ New Pedal Depressor There’s nothing quite like having all the right tools for the job to get you motivated for a workday ahead so next time you’re in the shop reaching for the nearest boulder to hold down a pedal, try giving this new Laser Tools pedal depressor a go – you’ll never go back to makeshift, on-the-fly solutions again. At this point, I doubt there’s a single soul in the motor trade left to hear about Laser Tools, but for the very few among us who might not have encountered the brand before, suffice it to say that Laser Tools, a specialist in hand tools for the automotive industry, is a firm believer in making everyone’s jobs just that little bit simpler and quicker. At the end of the day, it really does all add up… The brand’s latest launch is an extremely versatile, extendable pedal depressor that can be adjusted and set to press and hold down a vehicle’s brake, clutch or throttle pedal. The stepless, extendable design allows the operator to adjust the tool to the required position, and it is then held in place by wedging the U-shaped bracket against the back of the steering wheel or against the edge of the driver’s seat. Laser Tools pedal depressor in action The range of extension is 521 – 851mm – so you don’t have to worry about taping a broom handle to the back of it for those bathtubs that Chrysler calls cars – and the rubber foot and vinyl-dipped bracket provide excellent grip and avoid marking the vehicle interior. Ideal for garages, service centres and mobile mechanics, this is one of those handy pieces of kit you’re going to want by your side at all times. Available now from your Laser Tools stockist, you can find out more about this ingenious little tool by checking out Laser Tools’ website, where you can also browse through the brand’s more-than-extensive range of hand tools. What is the strangest thing you’ve used to hold down a pedal before? Get in touch and let us know in the comments below. Who knows, we might just publish the funniest one! Post navigation Previous Post High Leverage From Laser Tools – Cutting It Easy Next Post Five Ways Technology is Improving Health & Safety for Construction Workers Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.