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Baby Boa Strap Wrench 3.91 save £17.40 (82%)

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Used for many plumbing jobs, on cars and irregular shapes and provides over 2,000lb of pressure without marking the workpiece. Both strength and flexibility are provided by the braided rubber strap, which fits into a slot in the handle of the tool and provides a perfect fit on the workpiece.
The Boa Constrictor will tighten or unscrew almost anything, and has over 10,000 uses from DIY to commercial.
The holder of many awards including UK Handtool of the year and Best product in the Ideal Home show, the BOA Constrictor is made using 21st century technology from the toughest materials and will not scratch or mark. Available in a choice of colours and sizes this is a must have for everyone.

Capacity from 6mm (1/4in) to 100mm (4in) Diameter.

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1 x Baby Boa Strap Wrench (Random Colour)
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I had one of these - it was rubbish

...........nice price though :oops:
I had one of these - it was rubbish

I can't agree. It's a stunning strap wrench and great for loosing things with delicate surfaces as there's no metal to damage things. I use one on the fuel and water deck fillers on my boat that's got large chromed caps (£50 to replace!).

However, nobody sells it at the stupid £17 RRP. £3-5 is common.
Have ordered 3 for stocking that price it's worth taking a chance.
Thought this was for boa constrictors!!! :oops:
Will have to find something else to deal with that pesky snake in my garden :whistling:
£1 in Poundland
Anyone used this on a car engine to take off the oil filter?
Anyone used this on a car engine to take off the oil filter?

Yes I have. Worked a treat on a car where I had previously done the routine maintenance (tightened oil filter by hand). :)
However, on another car where the servicing had been done at a garage it didn't budge and I bought 2 other gadgets to loosen it :x

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