We have been having a bit of discussion lately as to what constitutes a “normal” adjustable wrench. In my mind, a normal wrench may not necessarily be a good one. You know the kind, those 3-for-$15 sets you find at the bargain bin at the local home improvement store during peak winter holiday and Father’s Day shopping seasons.
Personally, I don’t like normal wrenches, I like the ones where a conscious effort has been made to improve upon the standard design, if even ever so slightly.
I own and have used quite a few adjustable wrenches, but by far my favorite one to use is an 8″ Irega-made Channellock wrench, followed by a 6″ Stanley MaxSteel wrench.
Tell us about your favorite [or least favorite] go-to Crescent-style adjustable wrenches.