Approaching any job from the best possible
angle can make a world of difference.
Wooster’s new Lock
Jaw tool holder gives people a chance to do just that! It has a
patent-pending Wooster design that allows even non-threaded tools to
Made from engineering-grade plastics, the “jaws” of this tool open and
close to securely hold any item up to 1 3/8-inches in diameter, including
brushes, trim rollers, scrapers, and more. Its nine different positions
give the Lock Jaw a range of 160 degrees. Adjusting the Lock Jaw is
simple. Just pull the gears to separate, turn to the next desired position,
and engage. It’s designed to work with standard threaded as well as
no-twist Wooster Sherlock GT® extension poles.
The possibilities of how to use the Lock Jaw tool holder are only limited
to your imagination. It’s an easier way to pass tools to coworkers on
scaffolding or tall ladders. In low-light situations, place a flashlight in the
Lock Jaw to illuminate an area from a better angle. Or even have it
grasp a feather duster to clean windows or light fixtures in rooms with
You might expect this professional-quality item to be expensive, but the
price of the F6333 is competitive with other, lesser-quality tool holders.
Look for the bright yellow Lock Jaw packaging peghooked in the paint
accessories aisle at your favorite Wooster retailer.