Snap-on Introduces New Diagnostics Website

Snap-on Introduces New Diagnostics Website

The new website is presented in a user-friendly, easy-to-navigate manner, whether on a desk-top computer or mobile device.

Snap-on has launched a new Diagnostics website at https://www.snapon.com/diagnostics to provide even more relevant information to help customers learn about diagnostic products and services quickly. The new website is presented in a user-friendly, easy-to-navigate manner, whether on a desk-top computer or mobile device. 

Visitors to the website will notice the homepage is redesigned with a new look using dropdown menus for viewing diagnostic tools, information and software products, news and training and support. The homepage also highlights Snap-on Intelligent Diagnostics and other areas of high interest, with links for visitors to learn more.   

New features of the website include: 

  • Image-driven and friendly design for use by any device
  • Intuitive navigation, descriptive menus and well-defined product categories, making it easy for visitors to find the information they need
  • Detailed product pages with relevant information, specifications and product resources
  • Product content that can be expanded or minimized as needed for better viewing 
  • Easy-to-use features to help technicians find the right diagnostic tool such as tool matcher, product compare and an online vehicle coverage guide
  • A comprehensive resource center for training information and access to FAQs, quick start guides, manuals, how-to videos and more, makes getting up-to-speed with a new diagnostic tool fast and easy

To learn more about Snap-on diagnostic solutions, talk to a Snap-on representative or visit diagnostics.snapon.com.

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