1/2 in. Drive
Organize your shop by utilizing 1/2 in. drive magnetic socket trays. Keep your metric sockets organized by size in their specific numbered slots. These trays are not only magnetized to hold your sockets, but their bases are also magnetic; allowing them to hold to metal chests and other metallic surfaces.
- 14 5/8 in. Length x 3 1/2 in. Width x 1 1/4 in. Thickness
- Holds the following sockets:
- 10 mm
- 11 mm
- 12 mm
- 13 mm
- 14 mm
- 15 mm
- 16 mm
- 17 mm
- 18 mm
- 19 mm
- 20 mm
- AD (Adapter)
Eliminate Lost Sockets With Magnetic Organizers
Keep your SAE and metric sockets together and numerically ordered with this large selection of magnetic organizers. For quick access, these holders are available in 1/4 in., 3/8 in., and 1/2 in. drive sizes and are color-coded in red for standard SAE, and blue for metric. Also equipped with a magnetized base, you can attach them to most ferrous metals, such as steel, iron, and some stainless steel. Don't let missing sockets grind your project to a halt.
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