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Snap-on ECKO Remote Locking System

Available exclusively as a factory install for the EPIQ series roll cabs, the new Snap-on ECKO Remote Locking System provides innovative, hassle-free tool protection. ECKO adds a convenient layer of security taking tool storage to the next level.

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KERE682A0PBOAvailable exclusively as a factory install for the EPIQ series roll cabs, the new Snap-on ECKO Remote Locking System provides innovative, hassle-free tool protection. ECKO adds a convenient layer of security taking tool storage to the next level.

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Equipped with a pocket-sized remote, ECKO arms and disarms the EPIQ with the convenient push of a button from almost anywhere in the shop. Techs can quickly lock up their tools while taking a lunch break or talking with customers.

The EPIQ already features a tubular key with a tamper-proof collar and an interchangeable core for easy key uniformity, but ECKO is the extra step that comes in handy when techs are on-the-go throughout the workday. Because ECKO is factory-installed, customers can protect their tool storage warranty, which might otherwise be compromised with the installation of a third-party remote locking system.

ECKO includes two key fobs and two regular keys, in the case of a lost key fob or dead battery, and provides a volume-controlled, distinguishable audio alert on the roll cab to notify techs when it is armed and disarmed. With a range up to 75 feet, unobstructed, the key fob is powered by a standard fob battery for easy replacement. For added convenience, one roll cab can pair with two different key fobs or one key fob can be paired to multiple tool storage units.

For more information: www.snapon.com or 877-762-7664.

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