The Socket Organizer is an apparatus for the improved storing and organizing of sockets as used with a ratchet wrench
Inventor Jack T. Murray of Leigh Acres, FL has created an apparatus for the improved storing and organizing of sockets as used with a ratchet wrench.
The ratcheting socket wrench is found in many lines of work. It provides for the quick removal and tightening of almost every style and size of nut or bolt with the use of interchangeable sockets. However, these interchangeable sockets are easily lost and misplaced due to their small size and their ability to roll. Carrying cases can be large, awkward, and time-consuming to use. These cases also make it difficult to find the desired socket size. Inventor Murray has created a means by which sockets used with a ratcheting wrench can be easily stored and organized.
This clever new invention is simple and foolproof in design. It is easy to hold and carry to a job site. Sockets are held in place via a magnet restraint. The device can be used for sockets of different lengths, sizes, and drive connections. It is great for professional mechanics, contractors, or do-it-yourselfers. The use of the Socket Organizer provides the ability to store and organize sockets and other tools, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.