Tool Creeper Review

May 18, 2017

Tool Creeper Review

Newstips Bulletin

Sometimes – like when working on PCs or low-altitude rack gear – your work is down near floor level while, odd are, your tools aren’t. They can be, with a little wheeled dingus from MYCHANIC they call the Tool Creeper. It’s only about 4” tall, riding on an equilateral 16” triangle of wheels, its surrounding rail like a bigger triangle with its points lobbed off (so, an uneven hexagon) & a trio of trays on its topside – 1 big, 2 smaller, ready to hold tools & fasteners or other necessities – a lot more of them at one time than our hands can handle.

Bottom line: When there’s so much to hold that you can’t help but fumble, a MYCHANIC Tool Creeper leaves you no cause to grumble. 



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