RoboReel POWER Now Bosch Approved

RoboReel POWER Now Bosch Approved

Great Stuff Inc. announces that its RoboReel POWER has been approved by Bosch Dealer Equipment Services and is now available through the industry supplier to GM, Chrysler, Nissan, Infinity, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Subaru, Hyundai, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Tesla and Volvo.

Great Stuff Inc. announces that its RoboReel POWER has been approved by Bosch Dealer Equipment Services and is now available through the industry supplier to GM, Chrysler, Nissan, Infinity, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Subaru, Hyundai, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Tesla and Volvo. 

Designed for professionals and DIYers alike, the RoboReel POWER provides a level of convenience and safety never seen before in a power reel, said the company. Service bays and body shops will now become even more state-of-the-art and versatile for technicians due to the RoboReel POWER’s various benefits, including: 

• It retracts automatically with the touch of a button at the END of the cord (and on the base);
• It automatically slows down upon docking to prevent the whipping action common with substandard power reels;
• It keeps cords out of the way and off the floor;
• It will not tangle, ever;
• It senses overheating and shuts off automatically thanks to its built-in dual thermostats;
• It will instantly shut off if the power cord is severed;
• It will NOT retract when using a power tool;
• It rotates 360 degrees; and
• It is constructed with high-grade industrial materials and is powered by a 180-volt motor that’s warrantied for four years or 4,000 winds.

"The RoboReel POWER is the ultimate tool for automotive technicians,” said Jim Tracey, founder and president  of  Great Stuff Inc. “It is the last power cord system dealers will ever need to buy and they’ll have peace of mind knowing their technicians’ lives are a bit safer and easier when working in their service bays and body shops."

For more details on product specifications or to purchase a RoboReel POWER system, visit www.RoboReel.com or click here to watch a video of the RoboReel POWER in action:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wICglE7kkkU.

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