The most comfortable in antique wrenchery, this wrench is based off an 1879 patent by Charles Billings, but with many modern improvements. Each one is made from 7/16"/11mm solid steel (44W) and is 4.75"/120mm long.
This pocket wrench is a new version of the wrench we have been making for years. Every part is now fully machined resulting in much tighter tolerances and a better fit and finish than ever before.
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 chamfer is added to the handle of the wrench for a more comfortable grip. The jaw design also fits square nuts and bolts perfectly. This pocket wrench was originally intended for use with nuts and bolts up to 5/8"/16mm, but the jaws open to 1.3"/33mm if you want to push it beyond it's capacity.