|Item Weight||14.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 11 x 0.7 inches|
|Item model number||3770|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty|
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SK 3770 3/8-Inch Drive 10-3/4-Inch Bent Flex Head Ratchet
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- Professional bent flex head ratchet with diamond-knurled grip
- Patented SuperKrome finish for durability and maximum corrosion resistance
- Triple tooth contact ensures smooth ratcheting action with little back movement
- Features a completely enclosed ratcheting mechanism, easy to remove and replace
- Ratchet measures 10.8 inches in length; 3/8-inch drive
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Top Customer Reviews
+The SK cost me about $44, the Craftsman about $27.
+Both are smooth chrome.
+Both have bent handles.
+Both have flex heads.
+The head on the SK is pinched by tangs in the handle causing it to stay in place. After use it may get much looser. The head on the Craftsman has a ball, which clicks into detentes, holding it in a few specific angles, but at least in the new condition, it will retain any head angle it is set to by friction.
+The balance of the SK is acceptable, but not good, which is partially due to the shape and nature of the tool. The balance of the Craftsman is acceptable, and nearly the same as the SK.
+The head of the SK is "thicker" (about 1/3 more) than the head of the Craftsman.
+The replacement of the ratchet insert on the SK is managed through one compressible expanding ring, using a needle nose pliers. The replacement of the ratchet on the Craftsman is managed through removal of an E-clip.
+The ratchet mechanism of the SK out of the box is quieter than the Craftsman, but I have many good ratchets which are quieter, and noisier, and do not consider the noise to be an indicator of long term performance.
+The SK does not have a "quick release" for the socket. The Craftsman has a quick release button, which eases removal of sockets, especially when sockets are slippery.
+The SK has a knurled handle which has been rolled, reducing the aggressiveness of bite of the handle, enhancing grip slightly.Read more ›
Getting into tight spots like oxygen sensors is easy with this tool - the flex head and bent shank allows you to at least loosen the sensor. SK makes great tools and this is one of them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm a professional mechanic and have several Snap-On 3/8 ratchets and several S-K ratchets in my box. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Michael W. Davis
I have had one of these for twenty plus years. I use it every day. I have found it to last about ten years before needing replacement. This is my all time favorite ratchet.Published 18 months ago by Tim