Why buy tools when you can borrow them from the library? When the Check Engine light goes on, or you need to locate studs in a wall, or you want to know just how much energy your appliances are consuming, check out one of the tools in our new tool collection.
Car Engine Fault Code Reader: determine the cause of the Check Engine Light on most 1996 and newer vehicles. Tool can turn off Check Engine Light, clear codes and reset monitors. Contains a built-in lookup library.
Infrared Thermometer: point, aim, and measure temperature. For use in cooking, auto maintenance, and home repairs. Measures from -58F to 716F.
Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor: connect to household appliances and count consumption by the kilowatt hour. Use it to calculate electrical expenses.
Laser Measure: includes multiple measurement modes like distance, volume, area measurement, continuous measurement, and measurement by Pythagoras. Two bubble levels provide precise measurement; accuracy: ±1/16 inch; measuring range up to 131 feet.
Magnetic Torpedo Level: top-read magnetic level with rubber ends. Water resistant, with pipe groove for use on rounded surfaces.
Measuring Wheel: designed to accurately measure up to 9,999 feet in a variety of environments. Has reset button, kickstand, and carrying bag.
Snap Chalk Line: features 100 feet of braided line and positive gear-lock line hold. Also features a folding crank, large fill neck, and a tool to facilitate line replacement.
Stud Finder: features task-dependent scanning modes. Scan for wood/metal studs up to 1-1/2 inches deep, metal (such as 1/2 rebar) up to 2.36 inches deep, and live unshielded AC wires up to 2 inches deep.