I have to be honest. Husky hasn’t really been a brand that was much of an influence for me. I just thought of it as another Store brand. That all changed when we were invited to tour the Husky tool testing lab. The torture tests they impose on Tools are quite extensive. I just couldn’t help but be impressed at the lengths they will go to in order to find the weaknesses in each and every husky tool.
They have all manner of machines and test equipment to stretch, tear, bend and break all of the different Husky products. Coatings are analyzed. Alloys are tested to make sure they meet the specs every time. Tools are tested to failure and everything is documented so that the products can be improved continually. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about a hammer a tool bag or a ratchet strap. Every single Husky product is rigorously tested so that we don’t have to wonder. Seeing first hand what they go through I am convinced that they are high quality and we can actually trust these tools and accessories.
These wrenches are no different. They seem to be some of the nicest sets that Home Depot offers. I like the industrial black finish with laser size markings. we have only seen one chip on one wrench. We have not seen one speck of rust in several months of use. We are in the Midwest and it is very humid here. I kind of like the trend away from chrome but I’m sure at some point chrome will regain that popularity. I like the extra length because it makes it easier to turn those sticky bolts and nuts.
Both ends are made to maximize the power we can generate with our hands. The open end is called surface grip and the design allows for up to 80% claimed better grip over standard open end wrenches. I have no reason to doubt that as we had absolutely no slippage on any Application. The box end is also a departure from Standard box end wrenches. Instead of a six or 12 point design it looks more like a spline. This allows it to grip better and helps it to avoid rounding the fasteners off. It works on just about any type of bolt. It could be a hex head, external Torx, square or even a rounded off head.
I know these are not going to make a professional mechanic go out and sell their snap on, Mac or Matco wrenches. These are made for general-purpose use like working on your own car or truck or machinery. If you need a quality set of wrenches these deserve a look. If you are able to use them I am sure you will like them as much as we do.
10 PIECE SET
Metric Long-Pattern Universal Combination Wrench Set
Set includes 10 metric wrenches covering sizes: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19 mm
10 PIECE SET
SAE Long-Pattern Universal Combination Wrench Set
Set includes 10 SAE wrenches covering sizes: 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4, 7/8 in.
- Surface Grip open-end design provides up to 80% more grip and a reduces the risk of rounding fasteners
- Universal design box-end works on 6-point, 12-point, square, spline, E-TORX and partially rounded hex fasteners
- Longer overall length than standard wrenches allow for better access in tight spaces
- 15 offset box-end offers increased clearance against flat surfaces
- Laser etched size marking stand out on the black finish for easy identification
- Industrial black finish provides corrosion resistance and added durability
- Package doubles as a storage rack to keep your wrenches organized and in one place
- Chamfered lead-ins help to provide fast and easy placement onto fasteners
- Meets or exceeds ANSI standards
- Forged from chromium-vanadium (Cr-V) steel for outstanding durability and strength
- Non-slip open-end design provides more grip
- Guaranteed forever
- Universal box-end design fits 6 different fastener styles
- Husky mechanics hand tools are guaranteed forever; if your Husky hand tool ever fails, bring it back and we will replace it free of charge
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