The largest in antique wrenchery, this wrench is based off an 1879 patent by Charles Billings. Each one is made from 5/8in solid steel (44W) and is 9in long.
The Large Wrench weighs 2lbs 13oz or 1.275kg. Compared to the antique original, several dimensions have been increased to make the wrench stronger. You can see all the improvements in the video here.
Compared to modern adjustable wrenches, the finer threads on the adjuster of this wrench allow for a tighter grip on fasteners. The jaws, being perpendicular to the handle, allow for more potential torque when the wrench is being used in line with the fastener (see video). A rough sanded border is added to the handle of the wrench for more grip, especially if your hands are oily. The jaw design also fits square nuts and bolts perfectly. This 9in/23cm long wrench was originally intended for use with nuts and bolts up to 1.25in/3.175cm, but the jaws open to just under 2.5in/6.35cm if you need that extra distance. For more details and further explanation you can watch the reproduction video on the homepage or here.
Each wrench is UNIQUELY NUMBERED.
Entirely MADE IN CANADA.
All prices in USD.