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Like the different sizes in one approach
Not a reliable product in my experience
Angled ratchet heads are a nice touch. Handle ergonomics suit my hands (I'm about six feet tall.) Very much like ratchet capability.
Ratchet design could use refinement. I understand there is a direction switch due to angled head. The switch isn't quite there yet. The switch isn't a "switch", per se, and this is okay. The circular switch, however, may not be the easiest to grab if grease or oil are present.
The many sizes in one wrench is a great idea. It sure beats grabbing several sockets to make sure I have the correct size.
The socket slips off too easily. The selected socket size needs to lock in place.
very heavy duty. I am not affraid to put excess pressure when removing a bolt or nut. Racheting feature makes it better than the competition.
Can't think of any.
The availability to have most of the sizes needed in one tool
Multiple ratcheting wrenches in one grasp. Great for anyplace where an adjustable wrench can be used, but with better grip on the hex.
Inherently big, not practical for close spaces and, of course, can't be used with extensions. Just not practical in tight places where box end wrench or standard socket can reach.
Would be better having more USC (SAE) sizes on one wrench, and more SI (metric) sizes on a 2nd wrench.
Quick access to multiple wrench sizes
Out of the box, the direction adjustment spins on occasion, making changing directions difficult and tedious
nice to update a old idea
was going to buy till i seen it lacked two of the most used metric sizes 15mm and 18mm rairly use 14 or 17
Like that both metric and sae are on the same wrench. Good firm grip. High quality.
both metric and SAE on same wrench, most used sizes...right in your hand.