Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 25
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by KTW worst adjustable wrench I have ever used
My boss bought a set of these wrenches for is to use in the welding trade. We have been using them to install our OXY-ACCT regulators and you can't bump them at all. I have used many different adjustable wrenches in my in my 40 plus years of welding and doing mechanic work, and these are the worse wrenches I have ever put into my hands. As you use them, the jaws open up, and if you bump them with the palm of your hand, it's a lot worse. If I had bought them myself, I would bring them back, but I will bring my own adjustable wrench from home, so that I don't have to fight with these wrenches any more.DO NOT BUY THESE THEY ARE JUNK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
June 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HandyMike garbage
Worst set of adjustable wrenches I've eve used. Won't stays set. Slip every turn. Worse than harbor freight!
July 1, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ImYourPlumbercom Good set, good price
I like these wrenches, especially the smallest size. The jaw is a little bit thinner than a "Crescent" wrench which makes it nice when using 2 wrenches for small fittings like compression couplings. I use it almost every day.
July 15, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by chronosvandien OK adjustable wrenches
I needed some additional adjustable wrenches that were smaller for use in tight spaces. For general purpose these work well, only complaint I have is that they do not stay where you adjust them to. They easily move every time you remove it and put it back on the nut/bolt. They hold pretty good when you first put it on and snug it up, but you have to re-tighten it every time you put it back on. My only other adjustable was a Snap-on until I bought these, it works perfectly, but for the price these are ok for general home use. As the saying goes, "You get what you pay for."
April 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Oneydee Tough to use older sets now that I have tried these!
Husky’s adjustable wrenches really do open, close, and adjust quicker than standard adjustable wrenches. This feature makes Husky’s wrenches especially handy when working with a range of fastener sizes. A steeper helix angle = speedier adjustment. Male quick work of opening and closing. They have comfortable handles and laser-etched opening size scales. Great tools!!
May 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Toolman Best adjustable wrenches I own!
The double speed is something I never had in an adjustable wrench before these. They are high quality and finely made. The big bonus for me is that the large wrench opens wide enough to fit one of my trailer balls, for which I don't have a dedicated wrench.
November 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by goodreason Worth Owning!
After receiving the adjustable wrench set, I was very impressed by the quality and the functionality. The smaller adjustable opens to 15/16” of an inch, medium sized one opens to 1-1/8” of an inch while the largest one opens to 1-3/8” of an inch. The thumb wheel is knurled for easy traction and adjusts 2 x's quicker than most other adjustables. It also has an etched size scale, which I don't use. Is constructed of cast alloy with big wide jaws to prevent slipping or stripping the nut or bolt, as the picture shows.
Other things I like about adjustable wrenches is that you're in luck when you only have one socket or wrench to tighten the nut and the bolt happens to be the same size; or if you're in a hurry or can't find the right size, you now have the right size. This set should be in every homeowners tool box because sooner or later the time will come when you will need one of these wrenches. Besides, it comes with a lifetime guarantee.
December 11, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by moocowman Pretty, but jaw opens up whle you're wrenching. Bad design.
They're pretty looking wrenches, but perform poorly.
These wrenches don't hold their position, often opening up as you're turning the bolt or nut. The "double speed" design s the culprit. The spiral in the adjuster is at too steep of an angle to hold. I exchanged these once hoping it was just my particular set, but each set had the same issue. You can compare this by putting another (standard speed) wrench on a bolt and wiggling back and forth. Most of my other wrenches will hold the jaw setting enough to not slip 8 or 10 wiggles. These will hold only 3-5 times. Under load they will often fail on one turn. Horrible design flaw.
Additionally, the screw that holds the adjuster in frequently backs itself out and I kept having to screw them back in.
March 19, 2015