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The Irwin 2078604 6-inch Metric Quick-Adjusting Wrench uses parallel jaws with smooth surfaces to help protect the surface being worked on. The Irwin 2078604 uses precise scale markings to get an idea of what size bolt you are on and the whole system runs on a grooved internal jaw and sliding lever. The Irwin 2078604 has the ProTouch grip to help provide the user with maximum comfort and reduced hand fatigue.
* Parallel jaws with smooth surfaces
* Hang hole for easy storage
* Precise scale markings
* Grooved internal jaw
* Sliding lever7/8-inch maximum width
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Good for frequent use
Pros: Good quality. Convenient if you frequently work w/ metric sized fasteners to use by itself or to size the nut or bolt and then use a socket.
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Pros: Good feel, easy to operate.
Cons: The ratcheting adjustment mechanism might be, but I haven't used it enough yet to say. I get the tradeoff of infinite adjustment for quickly gripping the fastener, but It's been OK so far.
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Pros: its a cresent wrench
Cons: There isn't any Metric crescent wrenches, please change this!!!!
Other Thoughts: realitive bearing grease, 50 foot of chow line, etc....come on, its a crescent wrench...
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“Good quality. Convenient if you frequently work w/ metric sized fasteners to use by itself or to size the nut or bolt ...”— 12/27/2012
“There isn't any Metric crescent wrenches, please change this!!!!”— 1/1/2012