Logger Head Bionic Wrench

Jun 7, 2017

Category: Gear

Wrench sets are one of the most frustrating and cumbersome things to deal with in any handyman situation. Not only are they heavy to carry around, but finding the right size for an unmarked bolt often takes a few tries and wastes a lot of time. Thankfully, the folks at Logger Head have taken it upon themselves to ease our pain with their all-in-one version, the Bionic Wrench.

As easy to operate as a pair of pliers, the Bionic Wrench adjusts to fit up to 16 different bolt sizes. It even works on stripped bolts. The technology is simple yet brilliant – squeezing this tool’s grip causes the 6 built-in “pistons” in the head to contract around the sides of the bolt. Then, simply use the pressure of your grip to squeeze it tight as you rotate it. It’s literally that easy. No more heavy sets of 20 or fiddling around with multiple sizes; the Bionic Wrench is your new go-to do-it-all wrench. And it costs just $26.

Purchase: $26

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