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New Snap-on Hex Drive reaches tight spots

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New Snap-on Hex Drive reaches tight spots

Snap-on Inc. says the new Snap-on 1/4-inch Hex Drive Micro-Cordless Impact Driver with Quick Change Chuck (CT661QC) is the perfect cordless impact for hard-to-reach areas.

“Our new CT661QC will make a big impact on the bottom line because it has so many applications,” said Rodger Isetts, Article manager for Snap-on. “It is easy to use, extremely durable and its cushion grip handle provides positive tool control with less fatigue.

The tool has 50 ft.-lbs. of torque output. Its oversized forward/reverse cushion toggle style variable speed trigger allows for one-hand operation to toggle quickly from forward to reverse.

Twin-beam headlights illuminate work area, and a built-in brake stops the tool from throwing sockets and fasteners. A 30-minute battery charge means less down time.

For more information visit www.snapon.com/powertools.

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