Home > Adjustable Wrenches > Channellock 806SW Xtra Slim Jaw 6-Inch Adjustable Wrench | 0.94-Inch Jaw Opening | Precise Jaw Design Grip in Tight Spaces | Measurement Scales for Easy Sizing of Diameters, 6-Inch Extra Slim Jaw

Channellock 806SW Xtra Slim Jaw 6-Inch Adjustable Wrench

Xtra Slim Jaws, Adjustable Wrench 0, Maximum Accessibility, 94 Inch Jaw Opening Precise Jaw Design Grip, 6 Inch Extra Slim Jaw, Longer Jaws, Adjustment Accuracy

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What We Like

  • Features longer jaws that provides greater access in tight spaces
  • Comes with 400 pounds that offers maximum torque rating
  • Equipped with 4-thread knurl that improves the adjustment accuracy

Disadvantages

  • Soft metal that may get damaged easily

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We analyzed 8,509 reviews for 39 products in the Adjustable Wrenches category.

We then analyzed 110 reviews for this product. Of these, 92 reviews were recent.

100% of reviews were positive.

Final Score:

9.79 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Build quality
  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Easy to use
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Size
  • Value for money
  • Common Questions

    Q:

    How large is the jaw?

    A:

    The 4" version only opens to 0.635".

    Q:

    Is this product called a slim wide wrench?

    A:

    I don't know what you mean by "thin pipe". This wrench is used where there isn't clearance between the nut and other parts to insert a full thickness wrench.

    Q:

    Is it possible to remove tightly sealed bike pedal bolts?

    A:

    Park Tools makes a great tool for pedals, but they might damage it.

    Q:

    What country is it where this Channel lock wrench is made?

    A:

    I think it's from China, but Channel Lock quality is what I use it for.

    Q:

    Please tell me the maximum opening dimensions in inches or centimeters.

    A:

    I only purchased the 4" version and returned it, so it wouldn't open to 0.635".

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