Workshop quality spanner. Adjustable 12 inch spanner forged from carbon steel and chrome plated.
- Long and powerful, the 12 inch adjustable spanner is forged from carbon steel for strength and chrome plated for a durable finish.
- A vinyl dipped handle adds comfort.
- Jaws open up to 36 mm to allow use with a whole variety of Park Tool freewheel removers and bottom bracket tools.
- The jaws have an accurate laser engraved measurement scale to ensure a good fit every time.
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Top Customer Reviews
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Must-have but maybe not for the money
You really need an adjustable spanner in your bike toolbox and this is the Daddy, big and blue and a thing of oily beauty. There's loads of leverage as it's so big. One thing I will say against it is that the adjusting mechanism can get stuck at it's fullest extent, and it's a real effort to turn it the other way as there's no grip as such. 99% of the time not an issue and it may be true of other, cheaper ones, but then it begs the question the Park version worth the extra money? Also the length can be cumbersome for many jobs, you don't often need that much leverage.
So it is great, if I was shopping for an adjustable wrench again I'd probably go cheaper and a bit smaller.