Press Release Summary:
Flex combination wrench uses square, hex, bit socket or crowfoot attachments on flexing 3/8 in. drive end. Wrench utilizes Flex Drive at 1 end and Supercombo open jaws at other end. Flex Drive hinges to either side, and Supercombo open end has 45 degree chamfer. Open end also has grooves to direct torquing forces away from nut and bolt corners. Alloy steel wrench has chrome satin finish and beveled gripping edges.
Original Press Release:
FLEXIBLE COMBINATION WRENCH ENABLES USER TO CUSTOMIZE SOCKET END WITH ANY DRIVE
A new combination wrench from J.H. Williams uses square, hex, or bit socket or crowfoot attachments on a flexing 3/8 in. drive end. The Flex combination wrench enables machinists and mechanics to assemble a custom tool for their unique needs.
The versatile addition to the Williams family of combination wrenches has a Flex Drive at one end and Supercombo open jaws at the other. The Flex Drive hinges to either side to torque fasteners in awkward spots. The Supercombo open end has a 45 degree chamfer for easy access to fasteners. The open end also has grooves to direct torquing forces away from nut and bolt corners to keep from rounding fasteners.
The alloy steel wrench has a chrome satin finish. Gripping edges are beveled to eliminate sharp edges. A packaged set includes five Flex wrenches from 3/8 through 5/8 in., five six-point shallow sockets from 3/8 to 5/8 in., and a 3/8 in. extension.