Rated 1 out of 5Â by Farmyard Cheap and Nasty
Needed a compression spanner to tighten a nut in a restricted space where grips wouldn't work. Read the bad reviews and thought "what the heck" it's cheap so it didn't matter as long as it did the trick. Well as others found, the pressed steel opened up too easily, and started to slip, so resorted to hammering the faces back to size.
Lesson learnt, if you have no choice other than to use a spanner, spend another Â£5 and buy a decent one which you can use more than once!
9 Aug 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by SilverAppleyard Too large for nuts
The openings were too large for the nuts so useless.
14 Feb 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by davesailing Borderline, does the job
As others have reviewed really, the only reason i brought it was because i needed to cut it in half to fit in a really tight space and didn't want to butcher a decent spanner.
That said it did the job, though the jaws are opening slightly now and the whole thing is too thin so it is difficult to work with.
21 Jan 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Muckypup Not worth the money.
I knew that the spanner size for compression fittings was not standard and took a risk with this spanner as I had to tighten a 15mm in-line valve in a very confined space, and wanted a cheap spanner that I could grind down to fit. However, the spanner was simply oversized for the compression fitting. The only consolation is that I didn't waste a lot of money.
6 Aug 2013