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Stanley Twintec

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The Stanley TwinTec ratcheting wrench adjusts to fit fasteners with SAE socket sizes from 3/8″ to 1″, and metric socket sizes from 10mm to 24mm.

Features & Benefits
Quick Adjust dials elimindate the need for sockets
Fits both metric & standard sizes
Small head capacity – 10mm to 16mm , 3/8” to 5/8”
Large head capacity – 17mm to 24mm, 11/16 to 1”
Twin ratcheting heads for speed
Reversible ratcheting action
Composite Design for durability

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6th June 2018

Hi guys. Mike here for Expert Trades doing a review on Stanley TwinTec. When I first saw this, I thought it was a bit of a JML gadgety tool. I've had it for a while. When you get it out the tool bag, you get asked a lot of questions about it. Now, it is mainly all plastic, all these bars and that that join it together are plastic. The heads are metal and all the gearing is metal. It still does weigh quite a bit. It isn't the lightest tool.

Now, DeWalt offer a version of this as well as Stanley. The DeWalt one, the colours are reversed. Where this is yellow, the DeWalt is black. Where this is black, the DeWalt is yellow. That's an extra £10 just for a different colour scheme, which I didn't really see the point of. If it was lime green, I probably would have paid another tenner for it to be fair.

All in all, this has been a really handy tool when I have used it. Now, the only downside I've found is the heads are very big. They're not particularly long for recessed fasteners or nuts or bolts. When you can use it, it does the job. Basic principle is it's two ratchets with a gear selector on each end. Then, all you do is rotate this yellow disc on the back and then your drills will grip whatever is in there. Then, just use it like standard ratchet. It's even angled so your knuckles are nice and clear as you're using it.

Now, I don't know how many teeth the gears have. It's not meant to be the world's most fancy tool. It's just meant to be a practical tool, and it did nearly do me in my search for stuff for rounded fasteners. I do a lot of maintenance work and I come to a lot of stuff that's been took off 100 times and is starting to get a bit worn. You never know. Sometimes you're the one who ends up rounding off. Yeah. That's Stanley TwinTec guys. A strange little gadgety tool but, nonetheless, a good tool. Thanks guys.