Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||0.5|
|Metric Opening Size:||15 mm|
|SAE Opening Size:||Metric or Torx|
|Torx Opening Size:||SAE or Metric|
|Number Of Points:||12|
|Color/Finish:||Full Polish Finish|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|General Warranty:||Guaranteed Forever|
Ratings & Reviews
Craftsman 15mm Locking Flex Ratcheting Combination Wrench Covers All The Angles
A generous 8.8-inch length and a head that swivels 180 degrees, the 15mm locking flex ratcheting combination wrench goes where other wrenches can't. The swiveling head makes this wrench even easier to work with than standard combination wrenches. That's because it moves 180 degrees, into 11 different positions. Lock it in with a quick press of a lever and you're able to reach into previously inaccessible corners and crannies.
The Craftsman 15mm locking flex ratcheting combination wrench is made of alloy steel with a fully polished finish that's easy to grip and easy to clean as well. The ratchet end has 12 points of contact for better grip on even rusty fasteners.
- This 15mm locking flex ratcheting combination wrench gives you the adaptability to squeeze into any awkward spot and the torque to remove even damaged fasteners
- 5-Degree ratcheting arc swing
- The head on the ratchet end swivels 180 degrees
- Flick a lever to lock the head into one of 11 positions
- 12 points of contact on the ratchet
- 8.8 Inches long
- Weight is 0.5 pounds
- Made of alloy steel
- Fully polished finish
- Backed by Craftsman's lifetime guarantee
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on July 26, 2010
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This wrench is great I went to Sears to warranty a GearWrench I got for Christmas that was locking up before I ever got to use it. Probably just got lucky enough to get a bad one in my set. Well Sears warrantied it for the Craftsman equivalent and it is obviously the better of the two wrenches. Mine was made in the USA so that's already a plus but the fact it isn't locking up right out of the pack is another. Also the locking head on the Craftsman seems like a better idea than the tension spring in my GearWrench in my opinion. I think GearWrench has locking head wrenches to but my model didn't. In the end I would choose the Craftsman over the GearWrench any day of the week.
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