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OG

Freeport, IL

Apr 16 , 2012
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Bring Them Back - They Will Sell

There are times that a wrench or socket just do not seem to work. That is when having a Quality adjustable wrench in your box can make the difference. In the event you own any of the beak jaws you already know your in possession of A Quality Wrench. I've owned a set of these adjustable wrenches for a number of years,The beak design might look like a gimmick - Until you use one in a confined space. My only regret is that I did not purchase an additional set. Let us hope we may see them reintroduced in the future REMINDER; You should always Put The Force that you are applying to an adjustable wrench To The Fixed End of the head.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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sp-train-77

Rancho Cordova, CA

Jan 24 , 2011
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Belongs in every tool bag

Adjustable wrenches are very useful when you are trying to keep the weight down in your tool box or tool bag, especially when you have to carry it some distance.  The adjustable wrench always beats a full selection of both SAE and metric wrenches for weight.  This set offers the largest and smallest sizes in the series, most useful for your tool bag.

The new jaw design on the "beak jaw" adjustables makes the traditional adjustable wrench even more useful.  This jaw design allows use it tighter quarters, you are able to get good purchase on fasteners where it would have been impossible with conventional design adjustable wrenches.  You still have to be very careful about slipping off...

"Sacramento" Bruce Conklin


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ljd78414

Corpus Christi, TX

Jun 9 , 2010
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Best adjustable wrench on the market

This may sound like a beer commercial but here goes ... I don't always use cresent wrenches, but when I do, I prefer these beak jaws ... As a car guy, I've stripped my fair share of fasteners using cresent or adjustable wrenches, and I've stayed away from them for some time now, until I caught a friend using these.  I tried to scold him for doing so, but he showed me how well these Craftsman Pro beak jaws work and convinced me that it's smart to keep these in the tool bag for track days when I can't have my entire garage tool box with me.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Jun 8 , 2010
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Craftsman Professional Adjustable Beak Jaw Wrenches work well

These adjustable wrenches are good quality tools.  The side of the adjustable opening has a measuring scale so you can determine what size fastener you are working on.  I bought them to go in a lightweight mobile set of Craftsman hand tools in a 16" Craftsman metal hand box.  The 10" wrench is stored in the bottom of the tool box and the 6" wrench is stored in the plastic tote tray.  These adjustable wrenches are a great addition to my set.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Steve0

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Jun 24 , 2007
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everyone should have an adjustable wrench

I am a plumber. I use my adj wrench for a living not every day because what you do one day may be different the next. I wanted to get the best.. Can you find one less expensive most definately; however, I find the fact the beaker style allows you to get your wrench where others wont work well. The larger size mouth allows your to handle most things-- if you need larger you need a pipe wrench. You might be able to find a Ridgid for a little if you only need one wrench but I find the small one handy once and a while for those tiny nuts and bolts in tight situations all and all a great tool and a must have just not cheap..

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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