Hart Tools Installs a HART 20V Drill to a Hand Strap In honor of a lazy but productive intern, Hart Tools announce their latest tool, a cordless ratchet strap system that eliminates the usual winding and pulling Just tighten and loosen.
“I was just trying to figure out a way to get our toolboxes on pallets faster for shipping, and then it hit me,” says John Tooley, an intern at the HART Tooling Office in South Carolina. “I took the A 20V brushless drill and some accessories. Next thing I know I’m signing NDAs and NDAs, surrounded by company executives who are super excited about my apparent talent.”
The new HART Tools Cordless Ratchet Strap runs on the company's 20V Li-Ion battery. Each can hold loads up to 500 lbs.
The Hart Tools Cordless Ratchet Strap is the first strap without an actual handle, starting from the "Safe Load Release" position. It will give out all 15 feet of tape as needed. When it's time to retract the strap, simply press the release button followed by the "Retract Strap" button. Ratchet straps automatically roll all 15 feet of strap back tightly into the housing.
The button release and retract feature make this one of the easiest ratchet straps to use. You don't even have to loosen all 15 feet of straps—just let out what you need.
HART tool ratchet straps are made of reinforced polyester webbing. As a result, they are lightweight and strong enough for general use when hauling furniture, coverings, or other items in a truck bed or trailer. They powder coat the S-hooks to reduce the chance of scratching the sides of your vehicle or more fragile items.
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Clint De Boer
When he's not playing with the latest power tool, Clint DeBoer enjoys life as a husband, father, and avid reader—especially the Bible. He loves Jesus, has a degree in recording engineering, and has been involved in multimedia and/or online publishing in one form or another since 1992.
Clint's career spans nearly the entire spectrum of audio and video production. After graduating top of his class with an Associate Degree in Recording Engineering, he began working in 1994 at the renowned Soundelux Studios, one of the largest post-production houses specializing in feature film and television audio. Clint has worked on countless feature films, honing his skills as a dialogue editor, foley editor and sound designer. Years later, he moved into the ever-expanding field of video editing as a senior AVID video editor for three years.
Clint DeBoer has worked extensively with clients including Universal Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Paramount Home Entertainment, NASA, Universal Studios, Planet Hollywood, SEGA, NASCAR, as well as film and video editing, color correction and digital video and MPEG compression. He also holds several THX certifications (Technician I and II, THX Video) and is ISF Level II certified.
After founding the publishing company CD Media, Inc. in 1996, he went on to help launch or grow several successful online publications, including Audioholics (where he was editor-in-chief for 12 years), Audiogurus, and AV Gadgets. In 2008, Clint founded Pro Tool Reviews, followed by OPE Reviews in 2017 with a focus on landscape and outdoor power equipment. He also leads the Pro Tool Innovation Awards, an annual awards program that recognizes innovative tools and accessories across industries.
The success of what is now the industry's largest power tool review is a credit to God and his wonderful staff, and Clint DeBoer hopes to see the company continue to grow as it rapidly expands its reach. Pro Tool Reviews rigorously reviews hundreds of hand tools, power tools, and accessories each year to help users stay abreast of the best and newest products in the industry. Targeting everyone from construction industry professionals and tradespeople to serious DIYers, Pro Tool Reviews helps tool consumers shop better, work smarter, and learn which tools and products can help them stay ahead of their game .