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synX available in the U.S. soon!

Currently we are finalizing the process to ship synX to the U.S. and deliver your orders from our partner warehouse in Arizona. We expect to be up and running by June 2024.

To make sure you are among the first to receive your synX, pre-register yourself using the form below. Once ready, we will deliver to pre-registered customers first!

synX classic 

$516 (plus tax)

synX profi line

$719 (plus tax)

Pre-order your synX now!

Please fill out the pre-order form below. Make sure to write your e-mail address correctly. Once synX can be delivered in the U.S., we’ll …

  • inform you by e-mail
  • send you a link to our shop where you can complete your order
  • handle your order with priority.
We will not send you marketing e-mail or disclose your data to any third parties.

The Experts

Shane Conley – How 2 Wrench

How 2 Wrench was formed during the painful loss of my mother due to a mistake made in her healthcare. This sparked a deep desire in me to make change in the delivery of technical education and raise awareness for scholarships in the areas of technical studies. As one of the first technician content producers on the original YouTube platform, How 2 Wrench has since impacted over 230 countries with 32 million visitors to date. Lessons on mechanical, electrical, safety, business, and mentorship have come in the form of over 800 videos, countless public appearances, speeches, and private one on one coaching. How 2 Wrench materials are used in 100’s of teaching institutions around the world at no cost. In loving memory of Geraldine Conley 10-15-2015

Marcel Schoch – Mose´s Classical Workshop

For all those who are interested in old motorcycles and want to screw on them. Tips and tricks from the workshop for everything to do with motorcycles, so that they can keep going for a long time. Attention! I take no responsibility if you mess up while screwing.
Dr. Marcel Schoch learned the basics of vehicle technology as a service mechanic for BMW motorcycles. After studying the history of technology, he worked as a curator and project manager in the Land Transport department at the Deutsches Museum in Munich, where he provided scientific advice to the restoration workshops. Since 2001, he has been working as a freelance technology and science editor, as well as an author, and volunteers as an examiner for the Central Association of the German Motor Trade.