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Power Tools Clearance: Mechanics Time Savers Tool Review -EricTheCarGuy. Magnetic Panels: .07 Link: http://www.jbtoolsales.com/mechanics-time-saver-12×12-12-x-12-magnetic-panel-clearance-priced/#oid=1002_1 Screwdriver Holders: …

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29 Responses to “ Power Tools Clearance: Mechanics Time”

  1. EricTheCarGuy says:

    Check out Mechanics Time Savers. Mechanics Time Savers Tool Review

  2. MrNightpwner says:

    Nothing a block of wood with some holes and screws couldn’t do. I disagree
    with this purchase. Home made territory all the way with this. 

  3. Alfred McD says:

    every time I need a specific tool, it mysteriously gets to the bottom of my
    tool box. I was wondering if it only happens to me.

  4. rejectionfbelief says:

    Greetings from the uk .
    I have a slight criticism- I enjoy your videos a lot , but I feel the tool.
    Reviews are turning in to the new Friday at the red line ” filler in other
    I like the tool reviews but they should be supplementing your old style car
    repair vids which have taught millions of people from around the world ,and
    which have given you the platform you have today .

    Thanks Eric 

  5. Nick Nicu says:

    These are cool but we all know they’re being sent to you for free,so it’s
    all starting to look like an advertising show. I personally miss the old
    sweaty Eric pulling engines in a dirty shop. I’ve learned a lot from ” that
    Eric “, ” this one ” not so much. But ” hey! It’s all business…right? “

  6. biturboism says:

    Hey Eric, you seem to have the uncanny ability to always produce content
    even I myself had no idea I’d enjoy. But I do. A lot.

  7. Larry Bolan says:

    (joking, sorta) Reviews aren’t forever either… (cough) gearwrench

  8. Jason Edge says:

    To all the critics of Eric and these tool review vids:

    If you don’t like them, don’t watch them. Period. It’s easy for an outsider
    to criticize as far as content, variety of make/model, not like old ETCG
    vids, etc. Video production quality of newer vids, compared to old vids is
    way better now. Take into consideration what all entails in video
    production and put yourself in Eric’s shoes before being so quick to judge.
    Personally, I look forward to new vids from ETCG more than any other
    channel im subscribed too. And for those who criticize Eric for these tool
    review vids and say he does it for free stuff, punch yourself in the face!
    Go ahead, I’ll wait….. hopefully that brought u back to reality. Check
    out any other automotive/diy show on YouTube and you will find much more
    corporate ties and shameless advertising. Motorz, Mighty Car Mods, and many
    others. I appreciate the effort put into these vids and support ETCG any
    way I can. Liking the vids, commenting, sharing, subscribing, ect. 

  9. MCTeck says:

    I have used the Mechanics Time Savers socket holders for over 10 yrs. They
    work great! I bought mine from the Snap-On Tool dealer.The only issue is
    that over time, the glue that holds the magnetic strip on the bottom has
    failed. Double stick tape [3M Heavy Duty] fixed the loose magnetic strip .I
    noticed that my local Sears store sells them at a good price.

  10. spelunkerd says:

    I like that twist lock idea, since normal magnetic bars have a tendency to
    allow the sockets to jump off when you move the bar. Often, I bring the
    whole bar over the work station to be able to select the right socket
    without walking back.

  11. fleetwoodsucks says:

    hung over?

  12. gbowne1 says:

    I have a bunch of holders made by Lisle Corporation. they make some great
    Automotive tools, even though I am mostly a machinist.

  13. Craig Marshall says:

    The magnets don’t look particularly strong, and you could do with about 6
    times the surface area on the wall..

  14. Nick Nicu says:

    Eric,my comment included a more general overview regarding your recent
    videos. Sorry if I’ve picked the wrong video to do it. I believe the
    content has changed because it’s very difficult,if not impossible for you
    to work on different makes and models since you’ve lost the shop
    environment contact. It is my personal opinion that this is why you bought
    2 cars to work on and make videos. Showing how to properly solder wires or
    make your own brake lines is cool,but performing a diagnostic or repair is
    even better. I work on BMW,Porsche,Mercedes,VW,Honda and I can only imagine
    how difficult it is to film in the same time. So I really appreciate the
    effort you’re putting into these videos. I am an amateur compared to you.
    My point is,it would be really cool if you somehow get some different make
    and models and work on them. I believe your viewers number will double.
    Good luck!

  15. Hendrik Hallo says:

    To be honest, I am a block of wood & nails kind of guy, but I do get the
    idea that a mechanic who has to use tools every day would get good use out
    of this. Nice review there

  16. Wtrxprs007able says:

    I think James May would love this 

  17. frontvegetablegarden says:

    No, no, no. lI couldn’t leave my babies out in the sun all day. Lock them
    away. Keep them safe, people. 

  18. ncrdisabled Submarine vet says:

    It a shame that almost all tools are made outside the USA. I just swamped
    one of the 20 years old craftsman ratchets and the new one was 1/2 the
    weight. They no longer sell the repair kits for them. The ones on ebay cost
    more than if I buy a new one. Now on the package it says made in china . I
    wish I could find ones made in the USA again. I check yard sales all the
    time and pick up a few now and then. 

  19. planet1250 says:

    Hi Eric !

  20. James Brewer says:

    I’ve been looking for anything like this a long time,i never found this but
    I did find Triton magclip panel and to me they are way better and very very
    strong magnets 

  21. Rich Goldstone says:

    what to say to this guy discovering hot water??? … to express the maximum
    magnetic force of that magnetic mats you’ll have to attach ‘em to a metal
    sheet surface like the rear or side panels or inside the drawers of the
    roll cab, not to a conventional wall, this because of how develop his self
    the magnetic field… you will produce a much more strong and effective
    attraction/suspension force on an iron wall… because of the shape of the
    magnet and because of the shape of the invisible magnetic fields force
    generate by this shape… nevertheless is important shape and material of
    the objects you want to hang on over there.
    Remember however that is the molecular part of Fe that is attract by the
    magnet and is also important the shape of the mass of the object that have
    to be involved in the magnetic field.

  22. Branislav Lacko says:

    Nice tools, real time savers, but I wonder if they work in earthquake areas :-) 

  23. jarin wilson says:

    Eric, do you have insurance on your tools? A lot of times a tool insurance
    policy can be added for a very minimal cost increase to an auto insurance

  24. Edgardo Amado says:

    Get a new Camara guy …. This one sucks

  25. José Salazar says:

    First thing i do when i open one of your videos… go put a like on it :) 

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