These thoughtfully designed P-handled hex wrenches fit the task at hand, and they fit in your hand too. The offset P-handles are made from a durable nylon material and are ergonomically-designed for comfortable use.
Park Tool P-Handled Hex Wrench Set Specifications:
Includes 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10mm sizes
Wrenches are made from high torque industrial steel and through hardened for long life.
Long shaft of each wrench fitted with Bondhus Balldriver tip
Short end is chamfered for high torque applications
Shaft lengths are optimally selected to minimize the wind-up and flex experienced with longer wrenches.
Included holder easily mounts to wall or bench
Buy Park Tool P-Handled Hex Wrench Sets from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Handbrake Works well, aesthetic finish is poor
These are the first set of ball heads that I've gotten and must say that I should have gotten them sooner. park tool has this quite well thought out with the offering of two hex heads on a single tool. Where I have no issue with the fit of the hex heads, my disappointment is in the finish of the blue handle which looks roughly made. In fact it looks incongruent with the finishing standards of their other tools. Additionally, the size of the tool is not clearly labelled on the handle. If you keep your tools on the supplied stand, you'll be fine as they are marked clearly there, but if like me you keep them in a drawer then do expect to do a bit of rummaging.
20 December 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by JPinto Preço muito elevado
Chaves com comprimentos e medidas adequadas, o punho é ergonómico, a qualidade de construção é boa, mas o preço é muito elevado em comparação com marcas com qualidades semelhantes.
06 September 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Feel good factor
These are definitely worth the nice CRC markup. The wrenches are solid, don't flex or bend and are nice to use. A nice feeling to have such excellent tools in my toolbox. Lost a rating for the (very) cheap plastic holder.
24 October 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Excellent
Ignore anyone who says these wrenches are rubbish. They are brilliant! I work in a bike shop and we have this set up on the wall in the workshop and use them every day. Strong as hell and comfortable to use. If they can stand up to regular bike shop abuse, if you're looking for a good set for home maintenance, look no further!
02 July 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Great tools, not so sure about the holder
As with most Park stuff, these are top quality tools. I've had mine a couple of years now & they're as good as new. I find them more comfortable to use than standard ones, and the quality means when I'm clumsy with them, it's the bolts that get rounded, not the allen keys. The only complaint I have is with the holder. Unless you mount it to a tool wall or something (which I am going to do shortly), it's a bit wobbly & rubbish, and the oversized blue handles can make it a bit awkward to get them all in place in the holder as they do tend to rotate all over the shop. Still, small complaint really, not cheap but I wouldn't be without mine.
02 January 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Worth it
I know they are flipping expensive but its a full set small through to very large, with a snazzy case, top quality these things will not round and the ball shaped end bit is really really useful, - 9 times out of ten access is an issue and the ball shaped end helps no end plus its not a sloppy fit you can tighten up with it really well.
The plastic collar things are simply that held in place by small rubber O washers to facilitate fast turning - work fine but im not that bothered about them.
Allen keys are probably the most frequently used tool, these are a joy to use, if you're going to buy them do it now they'll last a lifetime and you'll get more use out of them but whatever you do dont get cheap allen keys - they round and you end up bodging things
30 December 2006
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Way overpriced
Too expensive. Instead buy a set of Draper hex wrenches for £15!!
17 August 2006