Snap-on's BK6000 Digital Image Capturing Borescope offers unlimited uses for inspecting hard-to-see places

Snap-on’s Digital Image Capturing Borescope (BK6000) offers unlimited uses for inspecting hard-to-see places. With the Digital Borescope, professional technicians can diagnose problems more accurately and quickly, avoiding disassembly when not required, and saving time and effort.

The Snap-on Digital Image Capturing Borescope (BK6000) is designed for:

  • Inspecting cylinder bores and valves through the spark plug hole
  • Examine for gear wear in differentials and manual transmissions
  • Viewing inside door and body panels to check for malfunctions, defects, hidden damage
  • Inspecting under the dash for electrical routing, HVAC actuator operation, radio code verification
  • Locating fluid leaks without a direct line of sight

Key features and benefits of the Snap-on Digital Borescope include:

  • Records and plays back still images and video clips
  • 3.5-inch display offers large viewing screen
  • Quick-change connector enables use of optional length, specialized purpose imagers
  • Removable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack
  • Can operate BK6000 while charging the battery
  • Integrated stand and hangar for flexible positioning
  • Easy-to-use, multi-language interface
  • 2x digital zoom for increased viewing and recording flexibility
  • Mini USB connector for uploading images and video to a computer for viewing and e-mailing
  • External SDHC card slot — using SD cards, save images and videos to take with anywhere
  • Control handle disengages to allow greater maneuverability of imager
  • Audio input jack for recording comments with optional ear bud and microphone attachment
  • Two-year warranty for added purchase security
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