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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.

Useful and practical three-piece set of storage tool pouches from Laser Tools
Tuesday 27 October 2020

Another storage solution from Laser Tools: this set of three multipurpose storage tool pouches (part number 7837), is ideal for carrying tools, spares, fixings, or handheld electronic devices, when you're on the...) read more


Working on electric vehicles? These fully-featured safety work boots from Laser Tools offer 1000V protection!
Monday 19 October 2020

Safety first with these stylish and sturdy new fully insulated safety work boots from Laser Tools. With automotive technicians now frequently working with hybrid and fully electric vehicles, these have been designed as...) read more


Reach difficult to access spark plug connectors with these new pliers from Laser Tools
Tuesday 29 September 2020

Spark plug connectors. The idea is that you just pop them off. Easy. But sometimes they can be difficult to get to, hidden down in the engine bay, or even at the back of the engine. They might be oily and dirty and if...) read more