Style:Wrench Set Product Description The IRWIN VISE-GRIP Adjustable Wrench set includes four of the most commonly used adjustable wrench sizes to tackle almost any job. Constructed of durable chrome vanadium, each wrench features machined jaws for maximum gripping strength and ProTouch grips for extra comfort and reduced hand fatigue. Set includes plastic try for organization and 6″, 8″, 10″, and 12″ adjustable wrenches. From the Manufacturer 4 Pc ProPlier Set: includes (4) Adjustable Wrenches in 6″, 8″, 10″ and 12″ sizes. Comes with storage tray. Features durable chrome vanadium construction, features English and metric scales, extra wide jaw capacity and a hang hole for easy wall storage.
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- ProTouch grips provide extra comfort and reduce hand fatigue
- Machined jaws for maximum gripping strength
- Durable chrome vanadium construction
- Meets or exceeds ANSI specifications
-#6,538 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #6 in Wrench Sets #7 in Adjustable Wrenches
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- Watch this set closely because it can be had for just under $40 if you are patient, and what you will receive feels like a steal! I have A LOT of tools, I won’t deny it, but I’m an old grey-haired engineer that fixes EVERYTHING myself… I purchased this Irwin wrench set to help round out a set I’m putting together at our other property so I don’t have to keep bringing tools with me. This set will overshadows anything you can buy new from Craftsman, Kobalt, and Crescent at twice the price! The set I received all operated smoothly and without the annoying slop typical of most every brand’s adjustable wrenches these days! If it matters to you, I checked the jaw opening versus laser etching of size with a caliber and they’re pretty good, not exact, but good. Not something I use for an adjustable wrench anyway, but if I did I would point out the etching is a bit faint, but smearing with a bright paint marker and wiping the excess off would allow them to stand out. I’m pleased with these, and think even the most extreme DIYer would be too! If you’re a pro, the only adjustable wrenches you’re looking at these days are Kleins.
- Purchased for aircraft maintenance work and the value of having all these different sizes can’t be underestimated. Getting into tight spaces with the smallest wrench while still having a large opening available is a god-send. The adjustability of these wrenches just feels better than other brand wrenches I’ve used. And the grip is a nice upgrade as well over traditional versions. The added comfort allows for more torque without hand fatigue.. and is easier to clean. The carrying tray they come in also fits nicely in a tool-box without needing to do additional tool shadowing.. they’ve already got a home right out of the box.. which is a bonus.
- These are very high quality tools. I have had a large selection of tools since I was a kid. I am 67 and these might be the best quality product I have bought. I do not normally give out 5 stars and a report this positive. They are fun to work with. You feel like you have a very strong grip on the nuts.
- Really nice adjustable wrenches most likely will last a lifetime! Very nice crap strong every size y’all ever need and very nice Trae to keep it looking neat in your box
- For Chinese made wrenches the quality feels good. Measured with caliper the laser markings were pretty close. The opening width of the jaws was slightly smaller than package markings on the 6 inch and quite a bit larger on the 10 and 12 inch. Once cycled open and closed a dozen times freed up 2 of the wrenches that had some binding, now all work nicely. The finish looked good but the lack of plating may rust up quickly if left exposed to wet or corrosive environments.
- These are probably some of the best and also smoothest adjusting adjustable wrenches I’ve had. Just made sure you buy the ones like these with the yellow plastic grips on them , because even though I really like Irwin stuff , the new ones with the bare handles are pure junk.
- Nice wrenches. Decent adjustment. Could be tighter. The tray is a joke. Flimsy packing material only. Much better than the GearWrench. If you are a home project person, this is for you. If you are a professional, consider something like a Klien.
- If your not familiar with Irwin , they make some good sturdy tools. These are no exception. There is a size guide on each to give you an idea. The adjustment screws are well polished and glide easily. They are well cut and polished so as not to damage what they grip. Speaking of grip, that’s my only gripe – the handles are a bit too thick and chunky, it’s not bad but unusually thick. Like their Channel Lock Pliers everyone says – “that’s weird” , and now they’re in everyone’s hands. From ultra small up to 1 3/8″ at a good price.