iBoroscope Wins 2012 Handy Innovation Award

Using the instrument’s Wi-Fi hotspot capability and a free iBorescope App, professionals and DIYers alike can instantly capture and wirelessly transfer high-definition inspection images and video to iPad, iPhone and Android devices.

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New York, NY—General Tools & Instruments' iBorescope (DCiS1) is one of just ten products to receive a 2012 HANDY Innovation Award in recognition for showcasing initiative, creativity and invention. General introduced the iBorescope at the 2012 National Hardware Show. It caught the eye of the HANDY magazine editors as a creative and time-saving product that offers something truly new and innovative, and was cherry-picked as an award nominee. In late September, the editors reviewed all of the nominated products they had amassed throughout the year and selected the final award winners. General’s iBorescope (DCiS1) and the other nine award winners will be featured in the December/January issue of HANDY along with 14 honorable mention products. The new iBorescope is the first and only inspection system of its kind available in North America. Using the instrument’s Wi-Fi hotspot capability and a free iBorescope App, professionals and DIYers alike can instantly capture and wirelessly transfer high-definition inspection images and video to iPad®, iPhone® and Android® devices, eliminating the need for a monitor and revolutionizing the video inspection marketplace. The iBorescope has countless construction, remodeling and DIY applications (not to mention applications in plumbing, HVACR, automotive, home inspection and other industries). With a retail price of $299, it offers an affordable way to visually inspect inaccessible or hazardous areas—behind walls; inside drains, pipes, ducts, appliances and machinery; under the hood and much more—and diagnose problems without the need for disassembly or teardown.

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