Columbus, Ohio (April 26, 2012) - Mac Tools recently announced the launch of the MB7432 Macsimizer Tool Box, which offers technicians a highly innovative and convenient storage solution exclusive to Mac Tools. The tool box features a push-to-open laptop storage drawer with two outlets and a USB and Internet connection not available in competitors' tool boxes.
"The Macsimizer Tool Box is the largest and most innovative storage solution Mac Tools has ever launched," said Tom Jech, Mac Tools product manager, tool storage. "We conducted in-depth research when designing this new toolbox and are confident the toolbox provides standout features that are sure to appeal to technicians looking for a the ultimate storage solution."
The MB7432 is a 74 inch wide workstation that is 32 inches deep and 46 inches tall. The system features versatile storage options, like a 5 inch deep, 66 inch wide drawer for storing sockets and 3 inch deep extra-wide drawers for wrench. It also offers a deep PowerTech drawer on the bottom right that includes a power strip with four outlets for charging battery packs used on cordless tools. A storage rack will also be available and sold separately to more efficiently organize your power tools within the drawer.
The computer drawer is easily opened with a push to open feature providing storage for a laptop or tablet. The computer drawer includes two 110 volt power outlets, a USB outlet and a RJ45 ethernet jack for Internet hook-up.
The MB7432 is available now via Mac Tools distributors and franchisees.
About Mac Tools
Mac Tools is a leader in professional automotive and industrial tools and solutions. From hand tools, tool boxes and specialty items; to a full range of power tools, electronics and shop equipment, Mac Tools offers the solutions that meet professional's ever changing needs to get the job done. The strong sales force of Mac Tools Distributors and the same entrepreneurial business model that drives us today has powered Mac Tools since 1938. Mac Tools has been a part of Stanley Black & Decker since 1980. For more information, please visit www.mactools.com.