Wera Koloss Hammer-Ratchet

Oct 4, 2016

Category: Gear

It’s a hammer. Wait, it’s a ratchet. Actually, it’s both. That’s what you get with the Wera Koloss Hammer-Ratchet, a handy tool that’s perfect for some of the toughest jobs out there. It’s a heavy-duty push thru ratchet complete with integrated hammer heads making it a go-to tool for shipbuilding, mechanical engineering, aircraft construction or any other trade that requires some serious know-how.

It’s the unbreakable square drive of the Koloss that serves as a hammer while its ratchet design allows for sockets and accessories to be easily attached. The tubular shaft of the handle reduces impact vibrations when driving bolts, it can transfer at least 600 Nm of torque when you need it most, offers reversible functionality, and also comes with a holster to help keep everything organized. The handle end also contains an adapter for an extension in case more torque or leverage is needed to get the job done. It’s available now for $141. [Purchase]

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