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August 3, 2005

Craftsman Locking Adjustable Ratchet Wrench


Here is an amazing invention for an unbelievably low price.

Sears' Craftsman division, maker of excellent tools with an unconditional lifetime guarantee, now brings forth an extraordinarily engineered adjustable wrench.

The genius is in putting in both a ratcheting action and a lock.

This should make tightening and loosening fasteners far easier and more pleasant, with much less in the way of damaged nuts, bolts and fingers.

Works on all common sized fasteners, standard or metric.

You get one 6" and one 8" wrench in the set of two.

$24.99 here.

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