Product Description The GEARWRENCH combination ratcheting wrenches feature a 5-degree ratcheting arc vs. 30-degree on a standard combination wrench increasing productivity. The wrenches feature off-corner loading for better grip and reduced fastener rounding. The wrenches have a sleek head design allowing access to tight spots where a ratchet would not fit. The flexible head allows greater access to the most hard-to-reach fasteners. Adjustable set screw allows you to set desired head tension with spring washer design providing continuous head tension. From the Manufacturer The Flex Head tilts 180 degrees at any interval with continuous head tension so you can reach the tightest places. Flex head is built with spring washers that will keep the head tight even after years of use. The patented GearWrench Ratcheting Wrench needs as little as 5 degrees of movement to turn a fastener. SurfaceDrive box end virtually eliminates the rounding of fasteners. Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty. Contains: 8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm, 16mm, 17mm, 18mm, 19mm wrenches.
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- 72 tooth ratcheting box end needs a minimal 5° to move fasteners vs. 30° for standard wrenches
- Off-corner loading design on box end provides better grip and reduces fastener rounding
- Flexible head provides access to hard-to-reach bolts and fasteners
- Low profile ends fit into tight spaces
-#28,328 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #40 in Combination Wrenches
-7.72 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- I found the quality of the tools is very bad. I do not know if this set is a knock off, but I uploaded some pics to compare the difference in quality from another older flex head version. When I decided to purchase this set instead of another name brand because I wanted a quality tool. This set looks china made. I paid way too much for a cheaply made product. I contacted gear wrench manufacture. Hopefully we can get to the bottom of this. In the mean time I’m going to ask for a refund. there are more cheaper products on amazon for the same quality. My fear is that gearwrench has cut back on quality to gain more profit.
- I do not recommend this product at this time because i believe quality has gone down.Ratchet is bulky and thick compared to old model.
- The wrenches wrench like they oughtta wrench with one caveat: the flex-heads on a few of them are very loose, they flap about with no more coaxing than mere gravity. Tends to get old really fast when you adjust the head to the angle you need, orient the wrench, then it flops over and you cannot place it on the fastener you were aiming for. I attempted to tighten them with some allen/hex wrenches to no avail. This is something quality control should catch or the design should allow tightening of the flex head.Overall I give these a “meh.” Would I buy them again? No. Will I continue to use them? Well yeah, I paid for them. Nothing like a consolation prize you have to pay for. Two out of five stars as two equates to “I don’t like it.” I’m not ok with the heads flopping about.
- My wrenches came unwrapped and thrown about in my box when I got them. My 16 box End is very loose and very hard to wratchet with. Almost like it it not tracked right. The quality of these are really inconsistent. My lower sized wrenches seem to be okay but the larger ones are just awful. I’m not generally picky of tools but for the amount I paid for these I’d expect them to outperform other cheaper brands. I’m gonna try and return them or get replacement wrenches.
- Having a project car I find myself always wanting certain styles of tools. I have some bolts on my Jeep that are in spots too tight for a socket wrench, so these become very handy for those tighter areas. The ratcheting works great and I find it hilarious that people are complaining about there being no switch. If you’re wrenching in a spot where your hand can get in there and flip a switch, then you should be using a socket wrench, These are clearly made for tight squeezes and if you need to switch the direction of the ratchet, just flip the wrench and continue on. If you are looking for a set of wrenches, I say look no further than these. They aren’t Klein or MAC or Craftsman quality, but they are still pretty damn good for the price.
- I’ve used GearWrench in the past and have always thought them to be a fairly quality tool. On the fist day I used this set, the 18mm wrench flex head lost all its resistance to flex back and forth, and now flops freely to and fro. While the tools is still able to perform its basic function, this is not the longevity I was hoping for.
- Great quality, great price. I usually buy the best quality tool I can afford. I went with these tools based on price as I was short on cash, but the reviews were positive. I was so pleasantly surprised what great quality these are. Even a serious mechanic would not be disappointed.
- These are my go-to wrenches. Swivel heads with a fine ratchet mechanism is great for tough to reach areas with limited rotational movement. I don’t abuse my tools (sleeving wrenches with pipe for leverage or hammering on them, etc); but, these GearWrenches have not failed yet.