Stanley Bostitch Ratcheting Adjustable Wrench





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Published on Nov 16, 2010

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Tried it, sent it back, this thing is a joke.
0:22 the wrench isn't even adjusted to the size of the nut!
Александр Блинов
1.19 - ключ проскользнул по граням гайки !!!
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great stanly
I own both wrenches. I bought the crescent one first because it was the first one of this tool type that I had seen. here were some problems that I experienced with the crescent brand wrench: 1) the black finish on it wear away QUICKLY from rubbing and those places then began to RUST like THAT was the wrench's job (not to turn nuts but to rust). 2) the tolerance of the wrench is WAY too loose when you shake it the thing rattles all over the place and the thread knurl slips ALL THE TIME EVERY time so I had to keep my thumb on it to hold the jaws in place. 3) Lastly the switch/knob that they claim you can turn to switch the wrench from "ratcheting" to "standard" either a) slips when enough force is applied in standard mode so that it enters back into "ratcheting" mode anyway, or b) the torx screw that hold that switch comes loose and the switch doesn't work (upon using my torx driver to try and tighten the switch back up again the screw stripped out and it is now STUCK in "ratcheting" mode. Upon hearing about and seeing the bostich version of the same thing I immediately was hopeful that they had fixed those issues but I was very skeptical on that. I'll keep myself from getting TOO long winded by saying that the bostich wrench is the one in my tool bag and the crescent brand wrench is the one that is bouncing around somewhere in the back of my service van because I don't care enough to look for it. maybe I even got a lemon. but even so, I STILL find the BOSTICH wrench to be BETTER DESIGNED than the crescent brand anyway. I would normally conclude this with "that's just my two cents" but admittedly It was more like ten dollars. I apologize for that. I just don't want anybody else out there to have to spend $30 total (the 8" versions of both are around $15 is memory serves) when they can spend $15 once.
cresent makes a much better design
this thing is JUNK, I bought it and returned to the store soon after. 
miles ihrig
ummm its calle d adeep well socket lol 
Had one, requires there to be too much tension on the nut for the wrench to work, so unless you are always working with nylocks its not much use. Gave mine away a few days after I bought it. 
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