Unique, Ratcheting Wrenches

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The jaws lock firmly in position during use
63A04.07 6" Ratcheting Wrenches

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Regular Price: $19.95

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63A04.09 10" Ratcheting Wrenches

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Regular Price: $31.50

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The Crescent Wrench is probably one of the most common tools we use. But even the best suffer from the same flaw: the jaws do not hold their working position in use. As you move the jaws from one position to another on the nut, the movement inevitably causes them to open a bit – requiring you tighten them up before applying pressure again. The Garrett Wade Wrench stays where you set it – until you reset.

The other unique feature of the Garrett Wade Crescent Wrench is the ratcheting mechanism. Once the jaws are in position and you’ve started tightening the nut, instead of having to lift the wrench off the nut and reset the start position, you rotate them backwards to reset your starting position. The job goes faster – more efficiently and with less aggravation as a result. Max jaw opening on the 6½" wrench is 1" and 1½" on the larger 10" size. We recommend these highly.

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  • Not really a ratchet

    Brian, 7/10/2020 If this was truly a ratchet wrench, I would give it 5 stars. However, it is NOT really a ratchet wrench. If you lock it in place it seems like a good sturdy wrench. I was envisioning a ratchet mechanism like on box wrenches, just adapted to a crescent wrench. It's not even close to that. When you pull the handle back a spring allows the jaws to open while you rotate the wrench back 30 degrees to catch the next set of flats on the bolt. Then, as you pull forward again, the jaws lock in the same position were in. If you're working in a really tight space, this wrench would be no different than using a non-ratcheting box or open end wrench. I would say that it is a "ratchet type" mechanism, sort of, but not really a ratchet. I'll keep it, because I can always use another wrench. However, had I known how this actually worked, I would not have bought it.
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