Micro-lithium cordless wrench gets into tight places

Publish Date: 
Oct 11, 2012

SNAP ON TOOLS’ 1/4-inch Square Drive Micro-Lithium Cordless Impact tool gets into tight spaces, making it ideal for working on small engines and motorcycle repair, the company says.

“Our new CT625 is ideal for hard to reach places,” said Rodger Isetts, product manager for Snap-on.  “With its toggle-style trigger and cushion grip, it is easy and comfortable to operate and the 7.2-volt lithium battery lets users work longer.”

The tool offers 60 ft.-lbs. of torque output, a patented, digital variable-speed toggle-style trigger, twin headlights, and a built-in brake that stops the tool from throwing sockets and fasteners.

It takes about 30 minutes to recharge, and has voltage protection to reduce the risk of overdrawing the battery. www.snapon.com/powertools.