Gearwrench has come out with new 120XP ratcheting wrenches. Like Gearwrench’s 120XP ratchets, the new ratcheting wrenches are engineered with 120 gear positions to create a short 3° minimum swing arc. This allows the ratcheting wrenches to be used in the tightest of spaces.
The new ratcheting wrenches will be available in three styles:
- XL combination wrenches
- XL flex-head combination wrenches
- XL flex-head double box-end wrenches
All three styles will feature universal spline box ends that can fit a multitude of fastener styles, including standard 6pt hex, 12pt, e-Torx, square, rounded 6pt, and spline fasteners.
120XP ratcheting wrenches will be available in inch and metric sizes, and will launch with sets packaged in easy-grab racks that fit inside standard 2-inch toolbox drawers.
Despite the generally gimmicky nature of universal spline box ends, I know that these wrenches will be widely welcomed by professional users and DIYers alike. Like the 120XP ratchets, these ratcheting wrenches have double-stacked pawls which give them the 120-position gearing and 3° swing arc.