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Posted 14 May 2023

Sealey CP1202KIT 12V SV12 Series 3/8"Sq Drive Ratchet Wrench Kit - 2 Batteries £74.10 at Amazon

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Part of the SV12 Series offering a one battery fits all solution, keeping costs down without compromising on performance.
Compact, lightweight cordless ratchet wrench, allows access to tight spaces.
Variable speed control trigger with lock function gives more control during application.
Has a flat discharge curve - performing better for longer.
No memory effect - these batteries can recover from a deep discharge with no tendency to reduce overall capacity.
ONE YEAR GUARANTEE FROM A REPUTABLE UK COMPANY – Founded in 1978, Sealey is a large family run business with a vast product range. Trusted by professionals, all Sealey products are thoroughly tested and backed by unrivalled aftersales service.

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  1. penthaus's avatar
    No point with 45nm, better use your hand
    Bendown's avatar
    Yes, the last couple of 18v ones I have purchased have been around 180nm, this seems pointless
  2. ziggycat's avatar
    Cracking price for this.. I have one.

    It's not an impact tool but saves a hell of a lot of time for quick removal of bolts rather than ratcheting them off manually (you still need to break torque with a socket)

    If you are doing any vehicle maintenence it's decent timesaver.. (edited)
  3. Argyll68's avatar
    Seriously tempted. This was on here in February for £90 and I almost bit then.

    Edit: I bit, order on its way (edited)
  4. Wadda's avatar
    Had one for a few years, it’s come in handy and saved me a lot of time. There’s a few more tools that use the same battery system too.
  5. ziggycat's avatar
    it doesn't 'freewheel' so although you can loosen/tighten I wouldn't bother. Use a regular wrench to break the torque and avoid damaging this.
    Argyll68's avatar
    In one of the comments, it states:

    "In use, just like a normal socket set wrench, you use hand force to loosen the bolt. Once it starts to turn by hand, you then press the button and the head spins and undoes the bolt completely."

    So you reckon to use a spanner instead as it might break if I just use it as a wrench?
  6. ziggycat's avatar
    for this money its a no brainer. (edited)
  7. TheShadowWalker's avatar
    Do you have to loosen the bolt first before you can use this? The spec says:

    Nett Weight:



    12V 1.5Ah Lithium-ion



    No-Load Speed:


    Maximum Torque:

    Brand.new's avatar
    Brand.new Author
    Yes I would just crack it up a bit
  8. jon23505's avatar
    Same price on ebay
  9. ssc1's avatar
    Can you loosen first/tighten manually with this or does it freewheel. (edited)
  10. Dodge62's avatar
    Batteries look similar to Milwaukee. I presume they're not compatible?
  11. feedthegoatXI's avatar
    mine has arrived but doesn't seem right somehow, no sealey branding and speed trigger is not lockable... seems a bit suss

    50194795-jodVS.jpg (edited)
    veedubjai's avatar
    Fisher Price. Looks cheap tack to me. No resemblance to packing.
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