Wera Zyklop Metal Ratchets

Apr 9, 2014

Category: Gear

There aren’t many worse forms of shame than bringing your car in for a seemingly major repair and having the mechanic solve the issue with a quick flick of the wrist. Fixed vehicle: $120. Emasculation: priceless.

Be ready for the next DIY repair job with the new Wera Zyklop Metal Ratchets. Specially designed for easy use in tight spots, these tools are crafted from Chrome-molybdenum metal. With a skinny head and handle, you’re assured of a full range of motion, even in the closest of quarters. Choose from the Zyklop Metal, featuring a reversible switch with a heavy duty design and reversible switch and quick release lock, or snag the Zyklop Metal with Reversible Anvil that includes a push-through square drive anvil and quick release. Both models come in 1/4″, 3/8″, and 1/2″ drive sizes. Check out the video below.

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