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Craftsman Extreme Grip 10" Adjustable Wrench

Item# 00913272000P | Model# 25825 | Added on March 17, 2015 |
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A Better Grip on Nuts and Bolts This Craftsman adjustable wrench is designed to give maximum gripping force when tightening or loosening fasteners. Perfect for both inch and metric fasteners, this wrench features adjustable jaws that open up to 1", so there's no standard nut and bolt too big or small for the job. Once you've gotten a tight grip, lock it up with the locking mechanism. It's never been easier to crank away.

  • Fits both inch and metric fasteners up to 1"
  • Adjustable wrench jaws open up to fit a variety of fastener sizes
  • Locking mechanism keeps a tight grip on the fastener
  • Release lever for easy disengagement
  • Comfort grip with dual material handle gives you more comfort and control while using
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By gaggy69
December 20th, 2015
great tool

A combination of a vice grip and an adjustable wrench, this tool will lock on and stay there. It is comfortable in the hand and adjusts smoothly. Looks like it will stand up over time. I've bought several for different locations.

114 found this review helpful
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By Eddy1200
June 2nd, 2015
Don't care for it

I used mine for the first time yesterday to try to remove the nuts on my mower deck of Craftsman riding mower. I used it as instructed, but wrench would spread as I put torque on it and began rounding out the nuts. I used a standard 12" Crescent and it worked just fine as it has several times before. I like the measurement gauge on the tool for telling you how open the jaws are, which kept me from giving it a lower score. The "additional grip" does not work at all. Once you look closely at the design, you'll see why. It does not provide any additional grip at all. I have not tried this tool on an already stripped bolt or nut, so perhaps it has some use there. However, I'm quite sure I'll just reach for a Vice-grip in this situation.

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Jon     T Jessmer
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Craftsman Extreme Grip 10” adjustable Wrench

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One of the Best tolls made by craftsman! Strong for any job in tight corners. I have respected Sears for Quality in tools that last years. My experiences with craftsman tools has lasted over 50 Years.

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Ronald Bradford
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PHYLLIS HAGAN
| Earned 51 community points in Craftsman

Great product

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Easy to use fits most nuts + bolts . Would recommend this product to anybody. Also I would buy it as a gift to give someone in the professional or work place or for home use

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Jonathan Askea
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Whatever you expect this to do, it's better.

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I was hesitant as this is a different type of design than I've ever seen before. Typically in my experience it hasn't been done before successfully because it's not a good design. But to my pleasant surprise this was not the case with this item! I've always tended to not use my cresent type wrenches because they always seem to back off the nut/bolt when you need it to grip. This has been more than frustrating untill I all but stopped using them. The design with this wrench effectively eliminates that problem! Such a great idea and implementation. I recommend this to anyone ever needing a cresent wrench, just buy this version and save yourself the headache.

December 17th
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