Stands out for its extra wide jaw (1 1/2 inch) and etched metric measurements. Built for durability and comfort, thanks to its comfort grip and chrome vanadium steel craftsmanship.
On the costly end of the price range for this type of hand tool. A few reports of wrenches with misaligned jaws upon arrival.
A large, adjustable wrench (15-inch) that's constructed to tackle large projects with its forged steel craftsmanship. A lifetime warranty backs its superior quality.
Pricey, but it's also a serious, well-made wrench. Heavy and bulky – not ideal for small to moderate tasks and won't fit tight areas.
Has a lot going for it that makes it the best value available -–strong chrome vanadium steel build, rust-resistant finish, practical 12-inch size, large hanging hole, and limited lifetime warranty.
Some users wish that the jaws opened a bit wider, but this is a minor complaint considering all it has to offer for the budget-friendly price.
A unique wrench that earns praise for solid build and extreme versatility – has 2 sides that fit screw heads 7 to 19 mm. Easy to adjust. Chrome finish resists rust/corrosion.
Awkward to use in small/tight spaces. Grip isn't as tight on some nuts and bolts as traditional wrenches, and tends to slip.
Small yet strong, has similar durability and functions as larger adjustable models in a handy 4-inch size. Has etched measurements in inches and metric. Affordable.
Only suited for small applications, but this is also a plus for some users. Jaw mechanism has been reported to get a bit loose over time.
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