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Specialist Group offers handpicked tools for professionals

Published: 10 January 2013
The new Pro-Ex tool brand from Specialist Group is a handpicked selection of high quality tools for the professional tradesman requiring a fine finish to exacting standards.
Specialist Group offers handpicked tools for professionals
It offers the combination of high specification and solid construction with the features and benefits of the market leading brands. The first products to be launched are measuring tools.

The new tape measure range has a stainless steel construction case with rubber grip for durability, matched with a Class 2 blade for accuracy. The new levels are manufactured from extra thick 1.6mm aluminium profile with welded vials that are accurate to 0.05mm/1mtr.

In March Specialist Group will launch the new saw range. The specification will include SK5 steel, Teflon coated blades and three part moulded handles with soft grip to give the performance demanded by use on a busy jobsite.

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