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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.
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.
Bought two, one for me, one for a son-in-law as a gift. It has been sometime since I purchased this, so after many months of use I can safely say this is a good wrench combo. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Hill
use it all the time,well made strong, won't break,handy have many wrenches but this one fits allot of things. have little need for the rest of them.Published 4 months ago by capt ez
Handy to grab and use. It's only drawback is that it is bulky enough that it cannot be used in tight places.Published 4 months ago by Marvin McKenzie
Great tool on the go. It provides a great sturdy tool for tough jobs. Keep it in your tool box or keep it in your car.Published 6 months ago by Steven Garrick