Enhanced Forge Steel tool range available from Screwfix

Leading multi-channel retailer, Screwfix, has released the best ever performing tools from Forge Steel in a significantly extended range in its latest catalogue.

Available exclusively from Screwfix, the popular tool range has had a number of lines added to it, and now comprises more than 200 choices that are designed to perform everyday under pressure. Benefitting from significant research and development to enhance and further improve the trusted tools, the new Forge Steel products are designed to be robust and reliable without compromising on the value always offered by the brand.

Not only does the latest range offer a much wider choice in sockets and spanners, but there are also brand new tools included such as coping saws, riveters and a measuring wheel. All of the tools have had their handles updated to improve comfort, which is particularly important on tools used regularly, such as pliers and screwdrivers.

Combining high quality and ease of use, the extended Forge Steel range includes everything from cutters to hammers and pliers, ensuring it is the „go to‟ selection for tradesmen and serious DIYers looking to keep their toolboxes packed with all the essentialsfor the job.

Clare Sandford, Senior Buyer at Screwfix believes the significant extension of the range and improvements to the design and tool functionality will ensure they continue to be relied upon to meet the everyday demands of tradesmen: “The enhancements to Forge Steel tools are the result of time and resources being dedicated to fine tune the already hugely popular toolbox essentials. We know our customers need their tools to stand up to the demands of their jobs in any working environment, so it‟s crucial we continue to strengthen what we offer. With so many new lines available, we‟re confident that tradesmen and serious DIYers will find the perfect tool for whatever job they‟re tackling.”

The latest Forge Steel range is available in the new Screwfix catalogue, which is out now, but tradesmen and serious DIYers looking to try out the tools should visit Screwfix LIVE, taking place at EventCity, Manchester from 12 – 14 September, where they will be available to put the products to the test.