After 50 years, Snap-on Tools has given the first redesign to its Flank Drive Xtra (FDX) socket system.
Introduced in 1965, the company said the changes offer greater turning power, more secure fastening engagement and greater efficiency.
“Snap-on has taken its genius, often imitated Flank Drive design and completely reimagined a new, improved socket that delivers even better performance than before,” said Brian Benes, a Snap-on Tools product manager.
There are five unique benefits, the company said:
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