The Lowe’s owned tool brand, Kobalt Tools, are best recognised for making out hand and mechanic’s tools, power tools and tool storage in United States since 1998. They have a good grab in United States, Canada and Mexico market for the same.
The tools made under the brand is so designed and engineered to combine toughness and durability with the latest developments in comfort, balance and practical innovations. Now the line includes more than 1,700 products with the new cordless power tools which offer the same muscle as their AC-powered predecessors but the convenience of long-lasting rechargeable 18-Volt Lithium or 18-Volt NiCd battery packs.
How it got started?
It was introduced in market in 1998 by Lowe’s and its manufacturing partner J.H. Williams to go in line with tough competition against The Home Depot and Sears tool brands.
They made certain partnerships with corporations like Danaher that ended up in 2003 and got switched to JS Products for making out mechanic’s hand tools. They also came up together with Great Neck for screwdriver and Chervon for power tools. Their expanded line was re-launched in 2004.
What are they providing in cause?
In 2010, Kobalt Tools and Lowe’s came in partnership with SkillsUSA to do something for education program across the country and helping out the next generation to develop their skills at high schools through their toolbox. As a part of this national initiative Lowe’s is in to donate out approximately $1,000 worth of Kobalt tools to each school.
The tools have the lifetime hassle-free guarantee so they will work for years to come helping out in the right cause.
Lowe’s have expanded the world of Kobalt tools and now they are with a new line of launch that is called as New Kobalt Power tools which is cordless and include both Lithium-Ion and NiCd Combo Kits. They are preparing out to market it on professional grade which can get adjusted in the household budget. They are also offering out 5 year warranty which thus satisfies customer not getting the disposable and semi-disposable tools. The Lowes local 1700 stores makes or put their guarantee far more accessible than many tool manufacturers warranty exchange programs.
The new line features a Combo Kit that includes drill/driver, reciprocating saw, circular saw and LED work light along with some individual selections like the Cordless 18-V Drill Driver and Cordless 18-V ½-inch Impact Wrench.
Lowe’s is also up to open an online service under name mylowes. What you really need to do is bring mylowes card at checkout to activate the account and then register at lowes.com/mylowes. One can go for any credit card which can be max out at Lowes provided with a keychain mini-card and a sticker.
In the end, it is definitely the time to update your tool kit with the above brands.