Snap On celebrates 500th Verdict sale

Snap on tools is celebrating the 500th sale of its Verdict hand-held diagnostics unit.

The 500th (and 501st) sales of the units went to Richard Restarik from Brandon Test Centre in Suffolk.

Snap on says that its Verdict unit is a new concept for diagnostics, utilising a touch screen with three component parts – a display unit, scan module and component test meter.

The unit is based around a Windows operating system, and features a 7″ touch screen that has all the usual functions expected from a modern diagnostics tool.

Restarik said: “I am delighted to be the 500th UK purchaser. he mobility that Verdict’s wireless capability allows is a major plus and I am able to operate remotely without even having to get in to a vehicle when I am testing.”

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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