C. K. Tools Comes To The Rescue Of Electrician

C.K tools has come to the rescue of electrician Jason Price, of Jason Price Electrical Services, whose hand was badly injured when a cable rod by another supplier splintered during use. Jason is now the owner of a C.K MightyRods PRO cable rod set.

The story came to light when William Sheridan from C.K was visiting wholesaler Seryn Electrical in Ross on Wye. It was during conversation with Elaine Powell, the owner of the business, that she learned C.K MightyRods PRO are splinterproof. She then recounted the story of Jason, who had suffered an injury from a splintered cable rod.

Elaine Powell commented,  “As a qualified electrician myself, I fully understand the importance of safety. Cable rods can make light work of cable routing, but I was really upset to learn of Jason’s injury and, as a result, cable rod sales have plummeted since the accident. Customer confidence is of paramount importance to me and, as soon as I heard about the quality and the unique splinterproof feature that C.K MightyRods PRO provide, I had no hesitation in stocking them and sales are already increasing due to increased customer confidence”.

Jason Price of Jason Price Electrical Services added,  “I have been in business for over 25 years now and was a loyal user of cable rods in my work. But back in January a cable rod I was using splintered when I was pulling them through. The splinter went straight into my hand and I had to go to hospital to have it surgically removed. The doctors didn’t want to remove the splinter because of any potential nerve damage, so the splinter is still in my hand to this day and I was off work for over a month.

“As you can imagine, I lost complete faith in cable rods and had stopped using them, as did other electricians when word got around. But now I will definitely be using C.K MightyRods PRO because the splinterproof coating has given me the confidence and reassurance that I can work safely and I won’t find myself in a similar situation again.”

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