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Black & Decker MSW100 Ready Wrench


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  • All-in-one socket wrench replaces 1- and 2-inch-deep sockets
  • 16 of the most popular sockets
  • Durable rubber grip provides comfort for high-torque jobs
  • Meets or exceeds ASME standards
  • Lifetime warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number MSW100
Item Weight1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions4 x 3 x 14 inches
Item model numberMSW100
ColorSilver, Black and Orange
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002I06KIQ
Best Sellers Rank #44,439 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 22, 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The ReadyWrench contains the 16 most popular sizes in 1 wrench. This ensures the right size for the most common applications. It also has a durable rubber grip that provides needed traction and comfort for high torque jobs.

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The Black & Decker MSW100 ReadyWrench lets you say goodbye to lost or missing sockets for good. This all-in-one wrench puts 16 of the most popular standard and metric socket sizes at your fingertips--just spin either of the tool's two rotating heads to find the right size. With no socket set to store or organize, you'll make short work of general household assembly jobs, regular maintenance tasks, common do-it-yourself repairs, advanced automotive jobs, and more.


Black & Decker Ready Wrench
At a Glance:
  • All-in-one socket wrench replaces 1- and 2-inch-deep sockets
  • 16 of the most popular sockets; combines standard and metric in 1 tool
  • Durable rubber grip provides comfort for high-torque jobs
  • Meets or exceeds ASME standards
  • Lifetime warranty

Fits 16 of the most popular socket sizes--standard and metric.


Can be used like a ratchet for
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Slides over nuts tightened down on long bolts where a 2-inch-deep socket won't fit.
No More Guesswork, Lost or Missing Sockets
Keeping track of individual sockets from a socket set can be a chore, as sockets often go missing or get dropped and misplaced. Likewise, socket sets can be tipped and scattered on garage floors, and they are usually unorganized, which makes it difficult to find the size you're looking for. Thankfully, the ReadyWrench puts an end to lost sockets and ensures you'll never need to search through a socket set again.

Whether you're assembling a barbecue, fixing a bike, putting together furniture, or tinkering with your car, the ReadyWrench can help save you both time and stress. Thanks to its easy-to-use design, the ReadyWrench lets you transition easily from task to task without having to hunt around for sockets or additional tools.

Sockets Just Took a New Turn
The ReadyWrench features two rotating heads that easily adjust and click into place--just spin the heads to find the socket size you're looking for. For further convenience, the heads detent at 45 and 90 degrees, so the ReadyWrench can be used like a ratchet for continuous turning.

With its short-pin design, the ReadyWrench replaces both one-and two-inch-deep sockets. It easily slides over nuts tightened down on long bolts where even a two-inch-deep or longer socket will not fit.

One Incredible Wrench; 16 Most Popular Sizes
The ReadyWrench, with its multiple socket options and short-pin design, is a versatile and flexible tool--and a great value over purchasing a socket set. The sockets are cast to fit both standard (SAE) and metric bolts, and they have a special six-point socket design that won't damage bolt heads.

Best of all, the ReadyWrench offers 16 socket options--5/16 inch, 3/8 inch, 7/16 inch, 1/2 inch, 9/16 inch, 5/8 inch, 11/16 inch, 3/4 inch, 8mm, 10mm, 11mm, 13mm, 14mm, 16mm, 17mm, and 19mm--all the standard and metric sizes you need to handle most any project. Additionally, there are color-coded laser markings on the side of each socket for easy reference (metric = blue; standard = red).

User-Friendly Tool Designed to Last a Lifetime
The ReadyWrench is so easy to use, you won't know how you ever lived without it. To start, socket sizes are etched and baked in color into each socket for easy visibility--not imprinted like standard sockets. For added convenience, a helpful size chart (in both inches and millimeters) on the back of the handle lets you know exactly what size you need for a specific job.

Additionally, the ReadyWrench boasts a durable rubber grip that provides exceptional comfort for high-torque applications and extends the life of the tool. Built to last, the ReadyWrench is made of durable vanadium steel with a nickel chrome finish.

The MSW100 ReadyWrench is backed by a lifetime warranty.

About Black & Decker: A History of Innovation and Invention
As a global manufacturer and marketer of power tools/accessories, hardware, home improvement products, and technology-based fastening systems, Black & Decker has established a reputation for product innovation, high-quality, durable design, and value. With worldwide recognition, Black & Decker has unsurpassed global distribution of hardware and tools.

Based in Towson, Maryland, Black & Decker was founded in 1910 by S. Duncan Black and Alonzo G. Decker. In 1917, the company invented a portable electric drill and quickly received a patent for a pistol grip and trigger switch. In the years that followed, the company's success led to entry into foreign markets, and later, the development and acquisition of individual tool lines, such as DeWalt, Porter-Cable, Delta, and more.

What's in the Box
All-in-one socket wrench.






Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is a handy tool and I recommend it for any toolbox.
dj
Too many sizes slip on tight nuts and bolts and I can't rely on this.
Jose Crafton
The build on the items seems very high quality as well.
MountainGirl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

174 of 180 people found the following review helpful By Donald Becker on December 1, 2009
This tool is a great idea, but the B&D version isn't a great tool.

The problem is that it attempts to fit both SAE and metric sizes. While there are a few sizes that are very close (19mm and 3/4" are within 1%, 16mm is about 5/8"), most of the sizes are not. That means this wrench is sloppy on almost every fastener. The looseness combined with the flat six point sides puts pressure on just the tips, leading to rounded nuts and bolt heads.

I still see the potential of this design. Craftsman has individual tools for metric and SAE, and I've put the metric one on my Christmas list to see if that version lives up to my hopes.
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86 of 89 people found the following review helpful By David Craig on November 27, 2009
In my home shop, I have a variety of power tools that require height and tension adjustments and use machine bolts and screws for that purpose. I like a clutter free shop and sometimes the need to have a ratchet and a handful of sockets out is a bit annoying, this item helps alleviate that.

As advertised and already listed, this wrench has 16 of the most frequent socket sizes installed on one hand tool. I can dial the socket size I need and not have to frequently pull out a socket set. I do work on my lawnmower and I also take apart, store, and pull back out furniture items that use nuts and bolts also. Would I say that this one tool would replace a mechanic's tool set? No, probably not. But it does make life a little easier for me. If I need to perform any car repair, I do have my ratchet sets. If I am under the car and in difficult spots under the hood, a ratchet still is the best choice. It may ,however, be quite useful as a breaker bar.

Special items to note -

1. The sockets are 6 point and not the cheaper 12 point versions. For those that are unfamiliar with the difference, professionals will use 6 point sockets because they have less of a tendency to round over bolts. 12 point sockets can do a lot of damage to a bolt when applied with too much torque. I am pleased they went with the higher end sockets.

2. This tool, in most situations, will reduce the need for deep sockets and will reduce the amount of times you need to use a wrench instead of a socket. Sometimes bolts are long and when you attempt to use a socket, the socket is too short to fit over the bolt. I run into this when assembling and disassembling my kitchen table. I have to use a wrench because the socket bottoms out on the bolt before touching the nut.
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58 of 63 people found the following review helpful By MountainGirl on November 4, 2009
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I bought this as a gift for my father and one for myself. We both love this tool. It does not replace a large socket set completely, but it does replace 90% of the socket use I have. The sizes they have on this are by far the most commonly used sizes. The build on the items seems very high quality as well. It can be a bit tough in really tight places where racheting is important, but overall for most applications this does the trick. It is nice to not have to search my sockets for the right size. It is all in one here, so no chance of losing them. A great idea from Black and Decker!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By William R. Coon on August 2, 2010
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Due to the design and size, this wrench does not work in about 65% of the situations tried. Also the standard/metric use for each socket head is no good. If either the metric or standard sizes fit well and tight, then the opposite on the same socket head does not. Very poor product.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Susan on December 2, 2009
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I titled this "Almost" because it almost fits American and almost fits Metric. I have always considered Black & Decker tools for quick and easy projects. And this wrench fits the bill. I have a lot of their battery power tools so I do understand their uses and limitations. I went out to my garage and tried this wrench on a variety of different nuts and bolts. Whatever nuts and bolts fit loosely in the wrench I tried them with an American socket or a metric socket just to see the difference. In all cases, the right socket fit more precisely, which was to be expected.

I've been a shade tree mechanic (my hubby is writing this) since my teen years so I've always tried to use the proper tool for the proper job. Would I use this tool for any serious work, probably not. But I don't believe it was designed for that purpose. Would I grab this wrench to go tighten a nut or bolt? Probably so if I didn't have to apply a great amount of torque to the nut or bolt, especially if the socket fit loosely. I don't believe this six sided socket would allow you to round the corners of a bolt or nut if the fit was close.

I knows this tool was not intended to be the fit all of all wrenches, but it does have its place in your tool bin.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Fizzle VINE VOICE on November 26, 2010
I love the idea of having a wrench with all of the sizes on it. I don't normally go for gimmicks but it's not a bad idea for general repairs just don't throw away your socket set.

I was given this Black and Decker as a gift. I was skeptical about the sockets handling both metric and SAE sizes. I was correct in my fears, the wrench doesn't grab the nuts as tight as they should and you get a lot of rounding off and the inset metric size doesn't get complete hold of the nuts and the same thing happens. My question is is why didn't they make two different wrenches, one for SAE and one for metric? I looked online to find out if somebody did make what I wanted and found out a company called Thorson makes them. I also found Craftsman also makes them buy I think they are identical but Craftsman adds it's name and then charges you more. So I bought the Thorsons and now I am happy. They are what I would have wanted in the first place.

You get what you pay for.

Update: I found the set of Thorson wrenches at Costco for only $17. I paid $30.
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