PTR New Product Spotlight – Week of November 25, 2019
Lawn care, automotive, and some killer deals are heating up things here in the Pro Tool Reviews World Headquarters! We’ll also take a closer look at Milwaukee’s MX Fuel Breaker, a brand-new look for Hart tools, and see how Ridgid is strutting their stuff!
Toro Z Master 7500-G 96″ Zero Turn
Cover a lot more ground at once with Toro’s new Z Master 7500-G 96″ ZT mower. That’s right, 96″ of a Pro-quality cut that could potentially take your productivity to all new heights.
Changes in the terrain don’t matter to Toro; you can make adjustments on the fly with the mower’s Horizon technology. This is Toro’s onboard intelligence platform that optimizes the mower’s performance in any mowing condition. It also protects the mower by monitoring oil temperature and pressure.
The obvious talking point about this mower revolves around the 96″ cutting deck. The Z Master cutting deck includes wings that can conform to the shape of a slope, either 20° up or 15° down. The end result is a cutting deck that hugs the ground as you mow, ensuring a quality cut every time. When the mowing is done, the wings fold up for a total mower width of 75″ and making it transportable with your standard trailer.
The Toro Z Master features a protective engine hood, bullnose bumper, 250-lb Warner clutch, and 7-gauge steel deck. It comes with a 5-Year, 2000-hour warranty.
For more information about the 96″ Toro Z Master, click here.
Gearwrench 90-Tooth Ratchets
Gearwrench has a 90-tooth ratchet line hitting the market. These ratchets have a 4° swing arc for access to tighter space. They’ve upped the durability of the pawls so that the whole tool exceeds ASME torque performance requirements. You even have the option of a full polish handle or a cushion grip. Both options have improved ergonomic designs for a more comfortable wrenching experience.
The new line has 13 individual models representing it, from standard ratchets to flex head ratchets. There are six options for various sets. Seven of the new ratchet models will feature the polished chrome handles, while six will feature the cushioned grip.
Gearwrench showed off the new ratchet line at this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas, but if you missed out, you can click here for more information. Look for the new ratchets to launch in January 2020.