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November 1, 2008

Pocket Wrench


From the website:

Pocket Wrench

This is the next best thing to a real wrench.


Made from 420 stainless steel hardened to Rc52, 1/8" thick, 4" long, and 1" wide — perfect for a pocket or tool pouch.

It will tighten or remove nuts from 3/16" to 11/16" or 5mm to 17mm.

Excels at preventing nuts from spinning as you tighten a bolt.


One end is tapered for use as a pry or a screwdriver.

There are also Imperial and metric scales.

One of the best features is the 1/4" hex hole,


which allows you to slip the wrench over a standard hex bit (not included), creating a lever for applying extra torque.

A wonderfully useful tool.



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