At Esprit we know that a lot of our customers carry out repairs in locations where they don’t necessarily have easy access to power sources, or can’t get their repair vehicle close by. The industry has dealt with this in the past by the use of the adaptor to use the vehicle’s power source. Although this works well, the ability to power equipment independently is important for our customers. We’ve developed a battery pack which will power the drill, the heater and the lamp, giving the ability to repair independently of a power connection.. This also means that the Esprit kit will be fully up to date with the upcoming recommendations currently being considered by British Standards, which will require kits to include a power source with no trailing cables, to avoid trip and slip hazards.
We’re in the testing phase at the moment, and we’ll be launching the battery pack by the end of June, however, early tests show that you’ll be able to carry out at least 20 (if not more!) full repair cycles between charging up the battery pack. And of course, there’s nothing stopping you buying multiple battery packs if you regularly carry out more than 20 repairs in a day.
We’ll let you know when the battery pack is about to launch, but if you have any questions, or comments, please do contact us, as we love to hear from you.