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Silverline WR03 Adjustable Wrench 3 Piece Set (150, 200 and 250 mm) £8.72 (+£4.49 Non Prime) Delivered @ Amazon
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Silverline WR03 Adjustable Wrench 3 Piece Set (150, 200 and 250 mm) £8.72 (+£4.49 Non Prime) Delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 14th Jun
Decent low price here for the wrench set from Amazon, especially if you have prime for free delivery.

Description
Drop-forged chrome-plated carbon steel. Polished jaw faces. Length/jaw capacity: 150 mm/17 mm, 200 mm/22 mm and 250 mm/27 mm.

Features
  • Strong drop-forged carbon steel
  • Polished jaw faces
  • Length/Jaw capacity: 150mm/17mm, 200mm/22mm & 250mm/27mm
  • Large,knurled adjustment wheel
  • Hanging hole
  • Hardened and tempered

Hope it helps someone.
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Cheap rubbish not even worth scrap value
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Bought this last month same price
Cheap rubbish not even worth scrap value
Adjustable spanners are an essential tool in any tool box. Not these ones though, these are loose wobbly junk, probably cost you more than the purchase price in plasters, after you smash your knuckles on the first rounded bolthead.

Spend a bit more, I quite like Bahco.
For general once in a blue moon use these are perfectly fine, if you have a massive project or trade use obviously spend a bit more on your tools
donotneed14/06/2020 13:51

For general once in a blue moon use these are perfectly fine, if you have …For general once in a blue moon use these are perfectly fine, if you have a massive project or trade use obviously spend a bit more on your tools



Knuckle skinners. Cheap adjustables just don't fit well and dont hold size.

Cheap tools are a false economy, better to buy one medium sized decent one with a fine thread and good construction for say £10 than these three.
Not worth the money....
If your after a set of adjustable which you need to last but also be good quality I'd personally recommend Ox tools. I have a set as well as some Stanley fatmax. The Ox ones are far better and only a little over £10 each.
Shockey14/06/2020 13:41

Cheap rubbish not even worth scrap value


Robdaraff14/06/2020 13:44

Adjustable spanners are an essential tool in any tool box. Not these ones …Adjustable spanners are an essential tool in any tool box. Not these ones though, these are loose wobbly junk, probably cost you more than the purchase price in plasters, after you smash your knuckles on the first rounded bolthead.Spend a bit more, I quite like Bahco.


TheWorthinger14/06/2020 14:02

Knuckle skinners. Cheap adjustables just don't fit well and dont hold …Knuckle skinners. Cheap adjustables just don't fit well and dont hold size.Cheap tools are a false economy, better to buy one medium sized decent one with a fine thread and good construction for say £10 than these three.

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Reviews are not too shabby
I posted these last month, same price. Not sure how good of a deal this is, feel like it's the going price as they are not strong enough for certain jobs like taking off basin tap cartridges without thinking it will break. Managed to take off the shower cartridge off with the medium sized one but anything that needs a lot of force and grip, I wouldn't bother.

Hasn't damaged anything but I suspect if I applied a lot of force it would. Would I buy again? Probably not but don't feel like I overpaid either. It will have its uses on small jobs for sure.
Bahco for adjustable spanners as these will round off nuts in no time, but as someone else said probably OK for the odd job
Edited by: "wanderer" 14th Jun
If they were 1 quid I still wouldn't buy this crap.
I try to avoid silverline
I see B&M stock Silverline tools. Not sure if you can get this set there but if you really want them, might be worth checking store first if you have a local one.
Yeah local hardware stores tend to sell Silverline stuff.

I got these from my local and have used this exact set to fit numerous compression fittings when refitting my bathroom and then a new kitchen sink a couple of weeks back.

Not usually one to recommend Silverline unless it is for a single use job but these are fine.

Not sure why posters are mentioning not fitting well or holding size as they are adjustable spanners??
Well, whilst cheap Silverline are rubbish and will cause you issues just when you don't need them, and continued use will destroy nuts over time due to the massive give - there is better tools out there at affordable prices such as Stanley and Bahco.

I'm a tradesman, so know the following won't apply to everyone, but anyone serious about tools, even on a DIY stage should really consider getting a set of open spanners across a range of metric sizes, with and a good adjustable only for those times where you find a nut this is not within the range of open spanners your have.

Good tools are an investment; a set of budget open spanners are worth more than any expensive adjustable
Edited by: "Dnallov" 15th Jun
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