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Teng TTADJ04 4 Piece Grip Adjustable Wrench Set - £61.44 delivered @ toolden
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Teng TTADJ04 4 Piece Grip Adjustable Wrench Set - £61.44 delivered @ toolden

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Posted 27th May

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I was looking for a couple of good quality adjustable spanners and this set of 4 from Teng was about the same price as 2 Bahco ones. Toolden have them on sale at the moment and with free delivery over £50 it makes them about £10 Cheaper than anywhere else

Set containing 3 Teng Tools adjustable wrenches with TPR grip handles and the 8” wide jaw opening adjustable wrench with vinyl grip. The set is supplied in a unique Teng Tools TC tray and can be used either on it's own or as part of the Teng Tools TC control system.

Removable hinged click lock lid
Dove tail joints which enable different TC trays to be locked together and used as trays in Teng Tools tool boxes and roller cabinets.
All of the tools in the set have their own individual place so lost tools can easily be identified.

Adjustable wrenches 8" wide jaw (38.6mm capacity)
Adjustable wrenches 10" (32.8mm capacity)
Adjustable wrenches 8" (28.6mm capacity)
Adjustable wrenches 6" (23.9mm capacity)

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Wow that's a pricey tool. And i'm a mechanic. Been using tools for 28 years professionally.
snappyfish27/05/2020 10:05

Wow that's a pricey tool. And i'm a mechanic. Been using tools for 28 …Wow that's a pricey tool. And i'm a mechanic. Been using tools for 28 years professionally.


Yes, not for everyone but you are getting 4 adjustables
I was always told to use a proper suitably sized spanner and never to use adjustables.
Cowboy tools.
TheBiker27/05/2020 10:20

I was always told to use a proper suitably sized spanner and never to use …I was always told to use a proper suitably sized spanner and never to use adjustables.


Depends on the circumstances; I need to be able to keep tools in my tractor cab but haven't got room for 2 massive sets of spanners but this set of adjustables does all of the jobs
rdr1227/05/2020 10:32

Depends on the circumstances; I need to be able to keep tools in my …Depends on the circumstances; I need to be able to keep tools in my tractor cab but haven't got room for 2 massive sets of spanners but this set of adjustables does all of the jobs


Fair enough but the inevitable slight play in the jaws ultimately leads to rounding on the heads/nuts which is usually frowned upon by engineers.
Handy to have adjustables in the mechanics toolbox. Mainly for plumbing though. Good quality tools. I’d say good value too
No such animal as a good quality adjustable spanner!
TheBiker27/05/2020 10:39

Fair enough but the inevitable slight play in the jaws ultimately leads to …Fair enough but the inevitable slight play in the jaws ultimately leads to rounding on the heads/nuts which is usually frowned upon by engineers.


As a multi skilled engineer in a hospital, I carry my tool bag over 8 miles some days. For the lightweight plumbing fittings that I might need to work on, these are ideal. Carrying around a spanner and socket set is unrealistic. That said, I would never use an adjustable on the various plant that we have, but adjustables do have a purpose.

Also, I'm very tempted by these, even though I have the Bahco equivalents. I'm strangely drawn to tool deals....
Edited by: "RuudBullit" 27th May
dvdvicar27/05/2020 11:01

No such animal as a good quality adjustable spanner!



If you're comparing like for like, then of course there is. I have no issues with my Bahco's. If you attempt to use them for something they're not suitable for, the tool isn't the issue...........
RuudBullit27/05/2020 12:23

If you're comparing like for like, then of course there is. I have no …If you're comparing like for like, then of course there is. I have no issues with my Bahco's. If you attempt to use them for something they're not suitable for, the tool isn't the issue...........


Lighten up man - I dont think anyone on here who has commented is unaware of what you are saying.
Its banter.
The same set is for sale on a well known auction site with free postage for £57.99, item 333582495023
Good set of adjustables, I bought the set in 2015 (£50 then) and they have been great for plumbing jobs around the house.
Edited by: "fastenough" 27th May
fastenough27/05/2020 19:01

The same set is for sale on a well known auction site with free postage …The same set is for sale on a well known auction site with free postage for £57.99, item 333582495023Good set of adjustables, I bought the set in 2015 (£50 then) and they have been great for plumbing jobs around the house.


Ok, thanks. Can be a pain to get VAT invoices from some sellers on eBay sometimes if you need one
On the tools, I was taught... or told... to always use a correctly sized spanner (big fan of C spanners); adjustable in emergency only. I would have failed my practical if I reached for an adjustable in my trade.

For that reason, £61.44 seems a tad expensive for tools I shouldn't be using! A cheaper set of Bacho, or Stanley should be fine for near zero use purposes

That being said, Tang are quality tools, so can understand the price point
Edited by: "Dnallov" 27th May
snappyfish27/05/2020 10:05

Wow that's a pricey tool. And i'm a mechanic. Been using tools for 28 …Wow that's a pricey tool. And i'm a mechanic. Been using tools for 28 years professionally.


What does being a mechanic have to do with the price of fish? Snap-On's list price for similar is £297, yet many mechanics sell their left nut and remortgage their mothers to get a trolley full of that stuff.

Perhaps some tools are worth a few extra pennies if they're earning you money. Especially if they have the ability to accidentally damage things if they slip.
Edited by: "OliWarner" 28th May
OliWarner28/05/2020 09:05

What does being a mechanic have to do with the price of fish? Snap-On's …What does being a mechanic have to do with the price of fish? Snap-On's list price for similar is £297, yet many mechanics sell their left nut and remortgage their mothers to get a trolley full of that stuff.Perhaps some tools are worth a few extra pennies if they're earning you money. Especially if they have the ability to accidentally damage things if they slip.


£1 fish very very good.
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