Jobsite Performance...with style
These Crescent Tools were recognized by Pro Tools as the winners in their respective categories for the Pro Tool Innovation Awards. These award-winning automotive tools and metalworking tools bring new efficiencies and capabilities to mechanics and fabricators. Whether you work on passenger vehicles, commercial trucks, or your “home” is in a machine shop, these tools provide new possibilities even as they promise greater potential and conveniences for professional trade users.
Crescent Tools Tradesman 3.25 in. Aluminum Handle Pocket Knife CPK325A
When you have a Crescent pocket knife, you’ve got the hardest-working Everyday Carry (EDC) on the jobsite. Designed for professional tradespeople, each 1 is a no-nonsense tool that can be counted on to perform reliably every time it’s needed. And with a selection of blade types and blade and handle materials, there’s a Crescent pocket knife made to suit every personal style and requirement.
Crescent Tools Bolt Biter Bolt Extraction and Driver Set CAVBXR-5
The new Crescent Bolt Biter Impact Nut Extractor and Driver have an innovative design that grips any nut or bolt no matter how damaged. The revolutionary bi-directional gripping design quickly and easily removes and tightens, eliminating the frustration when working with rusted or ruined hex head fasteners.
Crescent eSHOK-GUARD Magnetic Isolated Bit Holder 1/4" x3" CAEBH2C
Protect yourself from electric shock with Crescent APEX’s new patented isolated technology, eSHOK-GUARD, providing insulation of up to 1,000 volts. Combining safety and convenience for a revolutionary experience when working around potential live wire applications, eSHOK-GUARD’s impact-rated design withstands heavy-use, impact tool applications, so you never have to sacrifice protection when using power tools. With over 85% of professionals experiencing shocks on construction job sites, eSHOK-GUARD is protecting you – for life.
Henry K. Porter, of Boston, Mass. patented an improved, adjustable, "bolt cutter". For blacksmiths, wheelwrights, and carriage makers to snip off the excess length of bolts after the nut had been tightened.
Karl Peterson founded Crescent Tool Company in Jamestown, New York, USA in 1907 and the following year creates the first engineering drawings for the first adjustable wrench produced in America.
Jacob Wiss launches his scissor factory, J. Wiss & Sons Co. Factory on Littleton Avenue Newark, New Jersey, USA in 1848.
The Nicholson File Company was founded by William Thomas Nicholson (1834-1893) in 1864 in Providence, Rhode Island.
Edward Taylor Lufkin establishes the E.T. Lufkin Board and Log Rule Manufacturing Company in Cleveland, Ohio 1869.