Tighten Any Fasteners, Even Behind the Kitchen Sink

How often have you looked behind the toilet or the sink or the water heater and thought, How in the world to plumbers get back there?? If you’re like me, it’s been more times than you can count. And it often is followed up by a call to the plumber who refuses to reveal his secrets to you. Well, wonder no longer! With the Retractable Basin Wrench (Item #: 41854) from Harbor Freight Tools, you’ll never be at a loss for how to reach an out-of-the-way fastener again! And you won’t have to spend any more money on plumbers and their mysterious ways.

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Especially with the cold weather the entire country is experiencing, you never know when you may need to work on pipes, whether they’re frozen or just old. The basin wrench extends from 11” to 16”, allowing you to get at connections in tight spots and hard to reach places with ease. And once you’ve got the fastener in your grasp, the spring-loaded jaw grabs it after each turn, doing the majority of the work for you! If you’re ready to start handling your own plumbing, picking up a Retractable Basin Wrench is the first step. And at just $10.99, it’s an easy step to take. Just ask these customers who already have:

“Had to remove 3 old, badly corroded sinks. Thought it would be a nightmare. No way. This wrench did the trick just fine. Way beyond expectations. Excellent value.” – by Chris from Parts Unknown

“Bought this product to remove hard to reach hardware while removing a faucet. Also used it to install the new faucet. I was impressed by the finish of the tool and how easy you can adjust the length. Wrench got a decent grip while turning. Only needed to use it for this one job and it was better than expected.” – by Rev Eric from Loves Park, Illinois

Whether you’re expecting to use the basin wrench frequently or just for one job, it still makes sense to have one in your tool kit. As the good Reverend Eric demonstrated, this tool can save you time and money even for a single task. But you never know when you’ll need it again and then you’ll already be prepared with a handy, dependable (and retractable) basin wrench!