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November 14, 2005

Palm–Sized Hand Wrench — 'No moving parts'

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This palm–sized tool lets you carry the equivalent of an adjustable wrench in your pocket.

The tool automatically sizes the nut for proper wrench selection (3/8"-3/4" and 8-19mm).

Standard fractional inches on one side and metric on the other.

Weighs 6 oz; 3.25" long.

Withstands 15 lbs. of torque.

A bookofjoe Design Award 2005 winner: no moving parts.

$14.95 here.

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Comments

15 /what/ pounds of torque? Feet, inches, fathoms?

Posted by: Skipweasel | Nov 16, 2005 7:27:13 AM

Strangely beautiful also. How does it feel in the palm? Heavy? Cool?

Posted by: Mb | Nov 14, 2005 4:48:39 PM

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