Matco's exclusive twin angle design of the box and open ends allows for improved access with the additional surface angle on each end
Better alignment with fasteners thanks to a 0° offset
Non-slip open end design that easily loosens and tightens fasteners rounded up to 70%
Improved access in tight places with a 10% narrower open end design
Better leverage and access with an open end indexed to 30° and a box end at 15°
Includes sizes: 5/16", 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", 9/16", 5/8", 11/16", 3/4"
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Measurement Scale (Metric/SAE/Torx)
Number of Points
Individual Items of Set
9/16" OFFSET LONG COMBINATION WRENCH
3/4" OFFSET COMBINATION WRENCH
3/8" OFFSET LONG COMBINATION WRENCH
5/16" OFFSET LONG COMBINATION WRENCH
11/16"OFFSET LONG COMBINATION WRENCH
5/8" OFFSET LONG COMBINATION WRENCH
1/2" OFFSET LONG COMBINATION WRENCH
7/16" OFFSET LONG COMBINATION WRENCH
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8 PIECE DUAL OFFSET COMBINATION SAE WRENCH SET is rated
5.0 out of
Rated 5 out of
Great addition to my (possibly) never-ending setsThe finish, quality and design are great; I tested on a few aircraft bolts and they seemed to fit on a little more reassuringly snug and smooth than any of my other wrenches. The offset open end actually makes a little better clearance for tight spaces and even gives a slightly different working angle, so combined with other wrenches of same offset this gives an edge to your arsenal of choices. The box end was interesting in that it has been machined on both sides with a slight blockage in between, this allows you to put a slight bolt-ward pressure without it slipping past the bolt head. The other reviewer stated that it slipped off the bolt head, I think that may be due to the 15 degree angle on one side; if you're not mindful and just prying toward a straight line rather than maintaining the angle through the turn I could see how it may gouge it's way off. With that being said, I didn't have any problem, I just use the flat side mostly and the angle side when needed for clearance and make sure the angle is kept with the turn.
I love 'em.