Crescent Locking Adjustable Wrench

Oct 19, 2016

Category: Gear

If you’ve ever encountered difficulty with a stripped nut or bolt, you know how tremendously frustrating they can be to remove. And they don’t get any easier the more you struggle with them – hell, sometimes you end up stripping them even further. And while a pair of locking pliers can sometimes do the trick, they’re not as versatile or effective in all circumstances as an adjustable wrench. With Crescent’s new offering, however, you can get the best of both worlds.

Boasting a maximum opening of 1 inch, this 10″ adjustable wrench works on a much wider variety of nuts, bolts, and fasteners than some of its competition. To further increase its versatility, it can lock into 14 different positions and offers 2 times the gripping power of your average wrench. And if that’s not enough to get your on board, it even has grooved jaws that increase the tool’s grip, a non-slip comfort grip, a corrosion-resistant chrome finish, and both imperial and metric markings. You can get one today for just $25. [Purchase]

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