|Number of Ends:||Double End|
|Smallest Wrench Size:||1⁄4 in|
|Largest Wrench Size:||7⁄8 in|
|Offset Angle:||0 °|
|Wrench Size:||1/4 in; 5/16 in; 3/8 in; 7/16 in; 1/2 in; 9/16 in; 5/8 in; 11/16 in; 3/4 in; 7/8 in|
|Number of Pieces in Set:||5|
|Head Type:||Fixed Head|
|Number of Points:||6; 12|
|Overall Length Range:||116mm to 238mm|
|Reversing Method:||Standard Reverse|
|Wrenches Included:||1/2 in x 9/16 in; 1/4 in x 5/16 in; 3/4 in x 7/8 in; 3/8 in x 7/16 in; 5/8 in x 11/16 in|
Compliance and Restrictions
Country Of Origin
- Taiwan, Republic of China
About Box Wrenches
Also known as box-end wrenches or ring spanners, these tools have a ring-shaped jaw at one or both ends that grips all the faces of a fastener as it's turned, providing more leverage than an open-end wrench and reducing the risk of the tool slipping off and damaging the fastener. Each jaw on a box wrench is designed to fit a specific size of nut or bolt.
The inside walls of the wrench head may have 6, 8, or 12 points. 8-point wrenches are for use with square fasteners, and 6- and 12-point wrenches are for use with hexagonal fasteners. 6-point wrenches provide good grip for loosening stuck or stubborn fasteners and are less likely to damage the fastener when turning it than 8 or 12-point wrenches. 8- and 12-point wrenches are easier to position and require less movement to turn a fastener than 6-point wrenches, which is useful when working in tight spaces.
Make sure you have the right wrench for the job with these box wrench sets. Sets contain multiple wrenches in a range of sizes.