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NirfordTools 8-Inch Adjustable Wrench

Chrome Vanadium Steel, Nirfordtools 8 Inch Adjustable Wrench, Jaw Measuring Scale, Hardware, All Standard Jobs Big Or Small Specific 8 " Adjustable Wrench

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H&F Rating 37 reviews
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What We Like

  • Equipped with chrome plated finish that makes it corrosion-resistant
  • Comes with a scale that helps to measure the size of the wrench
  • 8 inches adjustable wrench that fits for all standard jobs

Disadvantages

  • The adjustable screws may not stay in place

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100% of reviews were positive.

Final Score:

7.47 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Build quality
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  • Common Questions

    Q:

    What is the country of origin?

    A:

    There is no indication where it is made. However, there is an etched onto the handle the following words: '200mm Drop Forging' and an arrow moves along a measuring guideline that shows markings from 0 to 10 to 20.

    Q:

    I don't know what size I should get for the shower head.

    A:

    The shower head should be tightened by hand to avoid breaking.

    Q:

    Is this metric or standard?

    A:

    You can see metric measurements if you zoom in on the picture, but they really don't matter as you just spin the wheel until it fits.

    Q:

    What is the country of origin?

    A:

    There is no indication where it is made. However, there is an etched onto the handle the following words: '200mm Drop Forging' and an arrow moves along a measuring guideline that shows markings from 0 to 10 to 20.

    Q:

    I don't know what size I should get for the shower head.

    A:

    The shower head should be tightened by hand to avoid breaking.

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