The Pivoting Open Ended Ratchet is a pivoting ratchet tool that provides an improved and time saving method of operation.
Inventor Stephen W. Hodges of Russellville, AR has created a pivoting ratchet tool.
As anyone who performs a lot of mechanical work will attest, nothing beats having the proper tool for a job. The proper tool can save time and money, produce a higher quality job, reduce damage to equipment, and provide for the increased safety of the worker. The current ratchet design makes it possible for a user to change the position of the head of the tool without having to handle the head itself. The pivoting nature of the tool enables the operator to have comfort by knowing the position of the head, particularly when line of sight of the head is compromised. The addition of the ringed handle enables the user to better manage the tool by operating it open-handedly, which is a necessity due to certain narrow work environments.
This clever new invention provides better control and knowledge of position. Its open-handed operation prevents drops. The device produces a higher quality job. It is great for narrow work environments. It is strong and durable. The use of the Pivoting Open Ended Ratchet provides an improved and time saving method of operation