Oklahoma City, OK, June 14, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Store your tools safely in high places with the High Bob.
A new product has hit the market for laborers who work out of aerial lifts. It is a total workstation.
The High Bob, named after the inventor, Bob Fleming, is a toolbox that attaches to the side of an aerial lift, making tools and equipment readily available as well as providing ease in running wire.
"It is easy to install, and adds a level of safety to any job site," says Fleming.
The High Bob is ideal for companies that run wire such as sign companies, film crews, sound production companies or any other industry that uses an aerial lift.
The High Bob is an American-made patent-designed toolbox that safely stores tools so workers don't have to bend over to grab tools off the lift floor.
Built tough for daily use, the High Bob has a solid underhook design that uses leverage for balance and strength.
The High Bob includes space for larger tools as well as the ability to hold up to four spools of wire.
To learn more about the High Bob, visit www.highbob.com