Tribus Tools’ short-lived ratcheting line wrenches looked interesting.
Unfortunately, Tekton has indeed discontinued their reversible ratcheting wrenches.
Here’s a peek at the new Milwaukee ratcheting wrenches!
These Kobalt gearless ratcheting wrenches allow you to “make the most of every swing” in confined spaces. 7pc sets in Metric or SAE sizes are $20 each.
Astro Pneumatic has come out with new ratcheting flare nut wrenches that capture flare nuts during use.
Gearwrench’s 20pc ratcheting wrench set is on sale again!
Stahlwille’s stainless steel FastRatch wrenches have a very neat ratcheting action design, and they look to make lots of jobs easier, but they’re quite pricey.
The new SK X-frame ratcheting wrenches feature 3-stage, 6-pawl, and 216 position box ends and X-shaped handles for strength and fine-turning.
Channellock has their own (licensed) line of universal ratcheting wrenches and sockets.
Here’s a quick intro to common wrench and socket features and a couple of specialty designs.
Crescent’s Flip and Grip ratcheting wrenches fit a wide range of fasteners and fold up into a pocket-friendly size.
Proto’s new USA-made reversible spline ratcheting wrenches sport a 5° return angle and I-beam handle design.
A new Crescent ratcheting adjustable wrench just hit the market. What do you think – potentially functional or gimmicky?
Gearwrench’s 7-piece flex-head ratcheting wrench sets are on sale for $40 each with free shipping.
Slept in on Friday? This Gearwrench 20pc ratcheting wrench set is still on sale for $60, with a $5 off $50 coupon dropping it to $55.
These new Craftsman Clench Wrenches have a ratcheting action and fold up for on-the-go fastener tightening and removal. They look unusual but potentially useful, what do you think?
Remember that set of Craftsman SAE elbow ratcheting wrenches that we recently reviewed? Well, we’re giving it away! Entering the giveaway is simple – leave a comment at the end of this post telling us what you would use it for. You can be honest or creative – keep it simple, or make it fun!
Back in July, we reviewed Craftsman’s new ratcheting elbow wrenches. After a reader commented that a wrench appeared bent in one of the photos, I went ahead and examined each wrench in the set. I then asked around and examined a few more wrenches, and ultimately discovered that there was no glaring issues with the wrenches. […]
A few weeks ago we introduced Channellock’s new 4-in-1 ratcheting wrenches. These wrenches feature four sizes in a single wrench, which each end sharing the ratcheting mechanism. This makes the wrenches light and compact, and we couldn’t wait to put them through some rough and intense testing.
Soon after we posted about Channellock’s Dog Bone style wrenches, I thought back to a few months ago when I spotted Channellock-branded ratcheting wrenches. These wrenches were also found at a discount wholesale club, and although I don’t recall the exact price, it was possibly in the $25-30 range for the 7-piece set.