|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 4.8 x 12.5 inches|
|Item model number||AAW100|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Color||Orange, Black and Silver|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Warranty|
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Black & Decker AAW100 8-Inch Auto Wrench Adjusting Wrench
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- Auto wrench includes a push-button adjustment to fit nuts and bolts up to 1-1/4-inch
- Perfect for tight spaces with limited visibility, such as under kitchen sinks
- Designed with heat-treated hardened steel to provide 220 pounds of torque
- Measures 8-inches long; weighs 1.3 pounds
- Includes 2 AAA batteries
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Top Customer Reviews
I does work fairly well on most nuts, but still can not compete with a quality wrench set. I am going to put it in the emergency kit in my truck. I guess if space really is an issue, it is a good buy.
1. The switch is at an awkward location. My thumb is not there when I grab the wrench.
2. The power of the motor is too weak. So there is no feeling that the jaw is tightened.
3. The shape of the handle is far from ergonomic. It usally slips out from hand.
4. Overall size is too bulky. So it is not agile enough.
One day, there must be an occasion when this wrench can be helpful (I hope), so I just keep it.
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The above review applies to an older model currently in stores which is improved but not enough. Grit & stuff in the work place clogs up the switch and the mechanism so that you have have compressed air to blow it out and keep it working.
First of all, this thing is huge. You can use it to tighten relatively big bolts. (There are measurement marks carved on the jaws of the wrench and it shows that it can accomodate a bolt head 1.25 inches wide.)
Second, the opening and closing is almost instantaneous. I thought it would be a lot slower. No. Instead, when you open it (by the press of a button) the wrench shoots open, and when you close it, it slams closed.
It seems perfectly safe, as I put my finger in the "maw" of the device and closed it (just to see what it would do...) As soon as the jaws reached my finger, they stopped immediately -barely applying any pressure. So, if there are little kids around this is not likely to pinch anyone's fingers...
One thing I was thinking about after I bought this was how useful it would be to someone who had problems with their hands. You really can see how you could easily wield the tool with one hand, and with a limited range of motion.
I was pleasantly surprised by this product, and think it makes a great Christmas gift!
I would not recommend this wrench to anyone.What a waste of money!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
my wrench fell from the work bench approx 30" and froze in the closed position. I cannot get it to work.!Published 10 days ago by John
The one I received had corroded batteries in it. Not happy about that.Published 5 months ago by ihateeverything
Worked ok for awhile then that cheap drive belt broke. It is too loose to function as a manual adjustable wrench. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Piece of junk. Rubber internal belt that moves the jaws broke right away. Try finding a part for it.Published 8 months ago by K. Workman
was purchased 8 years ago as a gift for my dad. should have tried it out before though. this thing didnt work back then and even with a new set of batteries after just finding it... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tom E