An unusual combination of fixtures, Right-Angle Scan Hook with Locking Butterfly Frontwire assisted by a Flip-Front Scan Hook, both without Label Holders. I would have thought the sheer size and weight of these boxed “ratcheting” wrenches were something of a theft deterrent … unless retailed in London (or Seattle) where rain gear and overcoats provide a hiding place year-round.
Note the POP ratchet “Try Me” built into the packaging lower photo right. A nice touch given that the difference between sets of ratcheting vs non-ratcheting sets is not highly apparent. I wonder if the Scan Hooks were sans labels to prevent sticker shock from the cost of upgrade from ordinary not-ratcheting tools? The question is asked without criticism given Sears and Craftsman’s leadership in marketing new tool types.
For unusual Locking posts see…
“Anti-Theft Uses Conflicted Hooks” (This Post)
“Locking Wall Fixture for Guitars”
“Locking Security Cart in Jewelry”
“Anti-Theft Window Dressing”
“Anti-Theft for Patio Furniture”
For all Try-Me posts by Title…
“Hazard Warning Demo in Retail“
“Makeup Brush Try-Me Pivots“
“Help Sizing a Simple Fastener“
“Ball Chain Tethers Cosmetics“
“Hands-On Pen Promotion“
“Measuring Tape ‘Try Me First“
“Totally Believable P•O•P Tool Pitch“
“Scissor Display Offers Trial“
“Lash Curler as Objet D’Art“
“Asymmetrical Package Display”
“Item Erect at Shelf Edge“
“Coupon Book Lanyard“
“Near-sighted not Color Blind”
“Color-Coding Diopter Strength”
For ongoing research of Try-Me resources follow…
“Try-Me Tag” for scrollable list of discussions on FixturesCloseUp
“Try-Me in Retailing Pinterest Board” for visual summary
“Try-Me Index Page” for all resources combined
For all Anti-Sweep Hooks resources…
“Anti-Sweep Hooks Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Hooks: Anti-Sweep Hooks Pinterest Board“ summary.
“Anti-Sweep Hooks Index Page” for all resources and links.
For all security fixtures use the Category Tag…
“Anti-Theft / Security“