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14K gold plated L-wrenches for corrosion resistance. Balldriver«M,2[Register Mark]» tip on long arm for angle entry to 25«M,1[Degree]» and fast screw removal. Attractive, professional quality, easy to clean. Includes Bondhex«M,7[Trademark]» locking tool case.
14 Karat gold plated for corrosion resistance. Compact balldriver L-wrench sets are perfect where a variety of tool sizes are required. All sets are packaged in our patented Bondhex tool case. Wrenches slip easily into individually marked slots and twist to lock securely in place. Only available from Bondhus, Protanium steel means these are the strongest ballpoint L-wrenches available.
So far so good some of the gold has flaked off after 4 uses but its weird because its still good under it will write another review in a year or so machine shop grind shop workerPublished 1 month ago by james tonge
What can I say, Bhondus make a fantastic allen key, the corners last forever and they are incredibly hard to snap. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mephasm
Work in a sheet metal fabrication shop. I have used many different type of sets from many different brands. This is the only brand that seems to have lasted the longest. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tanya
These are really great Allen wrenches I use them every day at work.I would highly recommend them.Published 2 months ago by sport hopkins
In my line of work my tools get wet. These wrenches rust just like any other. They are a good tool, but nothing special.Published 3 months ago by Russ the plumber
Ask any mechanic or technician and they will tell you that Bondhus hex keys are the best of the best. Even the truck brands can't compete. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jim
My favorite L, ball end hex wrenches ever. I have another set of these that I bought ~15 years ago that were branded as Pedro's (bicycle brand) and they are still functioning... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eli Krahenbuhl