May 11, 2007
Wrenchware — Official cutlery of MAKE magazine?
If it's not then editor Phillip Torrone had better have an awfully good explanation.
From the website:
Wrenchware is 18/10 polished "drop forged" stainless steel and comes in its own individual blow-molded heavy duty ABS plastic box.
Wrenchware box measures 8.75"L x 4.5"W x 1.25" H.
Mini-Wrenchware box measures 6"L x 3"W x 1.25"H.
Note: Pliers do not open and close but the wrenches are cautiously usable.
I'm filing that one away.
A set of Wrenchware costs $24 and Mini-Wrenchware is $19, both here.
[via Ray Earhart, who wrote:
I just got a postcard from these guys (addressed to our store).
It read, "Our 'Coool' Impulse giftware sell great on any countertop, in any type of store... Or they make fantastic gifts for you to give to your good customers in appreciation of their business!"
Weird, don't ya think? Almost engrish.]
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