Motor Equipment News - - CONTENTS - By Vince Ainsworth, LaunchTech

Fol­low­ing on from our ar­ti­cle “Fake vs Real” with ref­er­ence to gen­uine Launch di­ag­nos­tic equip­ment, we would like to end the con­fu­sion.

For clar­ity you can visit our web­site www.launchnz.co.nz where you will see only the gen­uine Launch prod­ucts for sale and sup­ported. If you would like to ver­ify which are the ac­tual Launch gen­uine prod­ucts avail­able from gen­uine Launch distrib­u­tors only, then go to www.en.cn­launch.com .

Here you will find the ex­act au­tho­rised equip­ment that LaunchNZ sells and for which it of­fers fac­tory sup­port. We do not: Sell new re­branded Launch di­ag­nos­tic prod­ucts. Sell new USA or Eu­ro­pean mar­ket prod­ucts. Sell new on­line ver­sions banned for NZ or Aus­tralia. Sell new Chi­nese do­mes­tic ver­sions with copy or fake soft­ware. Sell other re­gion Launch scan­ners Full Stop. • Sup­port copy/fake equip­ment. We do: Trade in your copy/ fake re­branded Launch for a gen­uine one. Sup­port all gen­uine Launch equip­ment. Pro­vide train­ing (lo­cal Launch di­ag­nos­tic train­ing evenings). Re­pair all gen­uine Launch equip­ment. Sell all gen­uine Launch di­ag­nos­tic equip­ment. Have ac­cess to com­pre­hen­sive tech­ni­cal backup. Have Launch mem­bers on our pri­vate tech­ni­cal fo­rum (in­vi­ta­tion only, con­di­tions ap­ply). Have elec­tric and hy­brid tech­nol­ogy and a grow­ing mem­ber­ship. If you are un­sure of a prod­uct please call us and we can ver­ify which Launch scan­ners sold are gen­uine and if so what re­gion they come from, or are de­signed for. We are the only Launch gen­uine dis­trib­u­tor that sells all gen­uine Launch equip­ment listed on the cn.launch.com web­site di­rectly to the au­to­mo­tive in­dus­try in New Zealand.

We are the only New Zealand Launch dis­trib­u­tor sup­port­ing all Launch equip­ment for the last nine years which also re­pairs, sup­ports and up­grades in-house. We carry spare parts and re­pair only gen­uine Launch scan­ners. How­ever, let us look at your Launch and we can ad­vise a rem­edy even a low-cost so­lu­tion. We are here to help.

Spe­cial of­fer

Buy a new Launch X431 PAD III (2018) dur­ing July/Au­gust and get a new USA-made hand­held Auto Scope and sec­ondary ig­ni­tion tester half price. Or the HD Truck Pack­age half price!

Save $3,000 off the new 2018 X431 PAD III (lim­ited num­bers). You now have no ex­cuse to not up­grade that old Launch, or other old type scan­ner that sits in your of­fice and gath­ers dust. The all-new gen­uine 2018 Launch PAD III scan­ner now pro­vides up to 99 per­cent cov­er­age from early 1990s to the lat­est ve­hi­cles. All our Launch scan­ners are gen­uine and guar­an­teed to cover more man­u­fac­tur­ers and mod­els than any other scan­ner on the mar­ket.

Our Launch scan­ners are not OBD code read­ers pos­ing as scan­ners, un­like some other scan­ners on the mar­ket. They not only read fault codes and clear, but re­set ser­vice lights, code in­jec­tors, airbags, key re­pro­gram­ming, throt­tle bod­ies, etc. Plus trans­mis­sion adap­tions, which in­clude Audi, VW, Skoda chan­nel codes and ad­vanced ser­vice pro­ce­dures.

Call us to find out more de­tails and, of course, we can pro­vide fi­nance for the cost of what you would make from one di­ag­nos­tic scan per week. Based on fi­nance on a Launch X431 PAD III set over two years. It just makes sense.

Warn­ing no­tice: We have switched off some Launch scan­ners in the last few months bought from il­le­gal chan­nels. Do not buy from Trade Me or oth­ers try­ing to sell Launch pre­tend­ing to be gen­uine; they will be dealt with by head of­fice. If they are claim­ing they are a NZ mas­ter dealer get the scan­ner se­rial num­ber and let us know. We can ver­ify it, but we may switch off any scan­ner pur­chased through il­le­gal chan­nels. Don’t buy a tool which fails to work as de­scribed, or find it’s a clone and can­not be reg­is­tered, re­paired or sup­ported. Here at LaunchNZ we are only a phone call away. All en­quiries please call me at 021 241 4885 for a quick re­sponse.

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