Welcome to Laser Tools


Our premier automotive brand that offers a full range of traditional high quality hand tools and also an increasing range of specialist tools designed to make easy work of difficult and awkward jobs. These tools are the result of feedback from the sharp end of the automotive industry - the actual technicians working on today's motor cars. As well as our impressive range of engine timing tools recent additions to the specialist tools range include fully insulated tools for working on electric and hybrid cars.


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We're here to help you find the right tools for the job, find the GEN2 Wheel bearing tools you need.


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Premier Automotive Hand Tools designed to make easy work of difficult and awkward jobs.




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Handy pipe cutter is supplied with smooth-action ratchet handle for added versatility

Handy pipe cutter is supplied with smooth-action ratchet handle for added versatility

This new ratchet action pipe cutter from Laser Tools (part number 6736) combines a very handy and compact pipe cutter with a lightweight but very robust alloy ratchet handle.The pipe cutter is easily attached to the...
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Posted on Thursday 07 December 2017
Professional, moisture-resistant wiring connections with this ratchet crimping tool and Supaseal connector kit

Professional, moisture-resistant wiring connections with this ratchet crimping tool and Supaseal connector kit

When repairing damaged wiring or when adding electrical accessories, nothing looks worse that poorly crimped electrical connectors and bits of coloured electrical insulation tape littering the engine bay. And that's not...
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Posted on Friday 01 December 2017