I wrestled for nearly an entire weekend with an oil filter that the car dealer installed ridiculously tight. The filter wouldn't budge no matter what tool I used - strap wrenches of various sizes just slipped, and I wasted two bucks on a Wal-Mart plastic socket oil filter wrench that slipped as well. Access wasn't a problem - I could get both of my meaty hands around it, it was clean and despite using latex gloves for a good grip, trying to unscrew it by hand just made my hand sore. It took weeks for the pain to go away. I found this one the Sears website. The filter came off in about half a second. I'd pay twice as much for such convenience.
The Craftsman adjustable oil filter wrench is innovative in design and should make removal of over-tightened oil filters easier. The small rubber feet on my Craftsman adjustable oil filter wrench ripped off after a few futile attempts to remove a stuck oil filter and just spun around the filter. Exchanged the broken adjustable oil filter wrench for a locking vise-grip style oil filter wrench as another alternative for oil filter removal. Get a proper sized cap wrench for your vehicle(s) oil filter and you won't need this specialty tool.
I really like the design and the option of a wrench or ratchet to do the job.
It has been more than 6 months that you sell this on your web site and your are never able to ship it