Calgary-based inventor Andrew Konesky has developed the Air Wrangler, a simple system for storing air tools, regardless of the specifics of the manufacturer's quick-connect plugs.
The one-handed operation does indeed look efficient:
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The 8-tool-capacity Air Wranglers are going for $50 on Kickstarter, where they've already been successfully funded, with 21 days left to pledge at press time.
If the Air Wranglers like something you've already seen, perhaps you're thinking of the Tool Wrangler, a similar rig for holding DeWalt battery-powered tools:
Yep, Konesky invented that one too. At press time his Tool Wrangler website was having some security issues, so I won't link to it, but you can also see the product on his Etsy page.
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