Craftsman came to Vegas on a Bluetooth riding mower
When you think about the brand name, you expect to see a [UNKNOWN].
You probably don't expect Craftsman here.
But here they are.
They got a bluetooth enhanced smart lawn mower.
Along with With a Bluetooth smart tool chest.
Now why would you want Bluetooth in a lawnmower and a tool chest?
Well, the answer with the lawnmower is to keep track of the maintenance records.
You wanna keep an eye on those hours spent riding it and know when it's time to change the oil or change the blades out.
All of that is tracked in the app, and you can check it on your iOS or Android device.
You can also order replacement parts online with just a tap or check out useful how-to videos if you need to make a repair yourself.
On the tool chest side it's really just about security.
You want to keep an eye on those tools, you want to know that everything is locked up.
And you want to know if anyone's trying to get in.
So, if anyone tries to jiggle the handle and force their way into your tools, you will get a notification on your phone, if your in Bluetooth range, telling you, hey, someone is trying to break in.
You can also let yourself in using your phone.
Locking and unlocking the tool chest right from he app, along with seeing a history of when it was accessed All of this is available at Sears right now, so you can go and pick up that riding lawnmower for about $2,600 or pick up that tool chest for a starting price of $550 or more depending if you want something a little bigger.
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