Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Overall Dimensions:||18 L in.|
|General Warranty:||Full unlimited|
Ratings & Reviews
18 in. long locking socket rack holds 14 sockets. Magnetic backing. Fits all major brands of sockets. Can be used as both a peg access, or as a locking system to keep tools in place. To lock sockets, simply place your socket on the post and rotate the socket 1/4 turn to the right. Operates easily with one hand. Portable and easy to move. Sticks to most metal surfaces. Rust resistant.
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Added on July 26, 2010
Overall, others give this:
This socket rack is great, you lock in the sockets and they don't fall off even if I drop it. they are held in place with a twist which hold and locks them in permanently until you UN-twist them to UN-lock. I thought is looked crummy inside the package but it actually really nice when you put the sockets in place.
Los Angeles, CA
This is one of the better socket rails available. The sockets are held securely, yet release easily when twisted counterclockwise. The magnetic strip on the bottom holds the rack to your tool box drawer (assuming you are not using a drawer liner), so it won't tip over as you open and close the drawers, even with deep sockets. You can also unscrew the end cap to remove a few pegs if you have many large sockets that you want to fit on a rail.
They hold the sockets pretty well if you make sure the hole in the socket lines up with the pin on the rack otherwise they may not hold. The magnetic base is a plus although with a full rack of impact sockets sticking to the side of toolbox it's a little on the week side.
I bought quite a few of these to organize my sockets, very good quality and I love the functionality of this product,very pleased with these bad boys!!!!!!!!
West Covina, CA
This socket rack is well made and made in USA. I got two, one for metric the other for standard. It's easy to lock and unlock your sockets and it holds your sockets securely so they don't end up on the floor when you carry them. The magnetic base is a nice touch.
Round Rock, TX
I love a drawer with organized tools in them. This product worked very well. I love that there is a magnetic strip on the underside of this socket rack and that the sockets stay in place when you open a drawer because of that. I also like that the nubs can rotate and lock in a socket and that the nub positions can slide and are thus adjustable. You could also place these on the side of a tool box or on a metal wall rack above a bench because of the magnet strips. My only gripes are minor -- (1) The length of the rack was about 1 inch too long to fit front to back in my Lista tool box drawers and (2) the 1/4 inch socket rack was not the same length as the 3/8 and the 1/2 (for consistency sake). But, as far as the length goes, I realize these tools were made for Craftsman size tool boxes and drawers and not my off brand. I ended up manipulating things with ease. I used a hacksaw to trim off the length so they fit better. I also moved the sockets around and put more 1/4 inch sockets on the longer racks (the 3/8 and 1/2 ones) and moved a few 3/8 inch sockets to the shorter 1/4 inch rack. I did this because I had more 1/4 sockets in my set than 1/2 and 3/8 sockets. You can do this by removing a screw in the end cap and sliding off the nubs. It is very flexible to meet everyone's individual needs that way. My next wish for sears (craftsman) is to sell a great organization system for screwdrivers -- or to start selling screwdriver sets that have plastic tray organizers as part of the package. I can help with that.
Rancho Cordova, CA
I favor trays for storing sockets in my tool box. Only problem is that trays tend to timp over if the tool box gets jostled. I worked on aircraft for years and often had to push my rollaway to an aircraft to complete repairs or replacements. I could always count on my larger trays tipping over if the "drive" was too far or out onto the flightline. Then I would have to take a moment to put the sockets back in their trays before starting to work. 1/2 drive sockets were the worst because of their mass; they would fall over more easily than the smaller sockets. This tray conveniently solves that problem. You can lock the sockets in place, they won't tip out and will release only when you unlock them. "Sacramento" Bruce Conklin
I favor trays for storing sockets in my tool box. Only problem is that trays tend to timp over if the tool box gets jostled. I worked on aircraft for years and often had to push my rollaway to an aircraft to complete repairs or replacements. I could always count on my larger trays tipping over if the "drive" was too far or out onto the flightline. Then I would have to take a moment to put the sockets back in their trays before starting to work. 1/2 drive sockets were the worst because of their mass; they would fall over more easily than the smaller sockets. This tray conveniently solves that problem. You can lock the sockets in place, they won't tip out and will release only when you unlock them.
"Sacramento" Bruce Conklin
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