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Tiny Adjustable Wrench

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Craftsman Adjustable Wrench, approximately 2.5 inches long.  Hard to find.
  - Available Original Image Size:  5120 x 3200 (recommended viewing).
  - Image Aspect Ratio:  16:10.
  - Info required by "I Shot My Macro This Way" group):
      - Lighting:  Halogen desk lamp aimed straight up at ceiling, about six feet away.
      - Camera Support: 
            - Gitzo GT2540EX tripod, with 1.5" spiked feet.
            - Acratech Ultimate/GV2 hybrid ballhead, with detented quick-release clamp.
            - Really Right Stuff MPR-192 multipurpose rail.
      - Camera, lens, and settings:  See Tags (scroll down) and EXIF data.

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  1. Tom Held 64 months ago | reply

    One tool I find useful at times in my photo gear is a small adjustable wrench.  Carrying several wrenches, one for each size hex nut on all my gear is clumsy and heavy.  The standard size for small wrenches seems to be 4" long, but I've had this 2.5" one for decades and it's very lightweight.  Fits just right in a small pouch with Allen wrenches.

    This tiny Sears Craftsman wrench may be a little difficult to come by.  It seems that Sears makes a batch of them every few years, then they disappear.  If I recall correctly, they cost about $2-3.  They are so rare that I haven't been able to find a reference to them anywhere on the net.

    But, if you find one when they are in a bin at Sears, or can find one in a yard sale or flea market, consider yourself lucky.

  2. Air-Ick-Uh 51 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Simple Everyday Objects, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  3. bluemax7 40 months ago | reply

    I have 2 of these and i even took one in to sears and asked if i broke it since it is a hand tool if it would be replaced free of charge and the man said yes.But he couldn't find any info on it .The tool # is 30896 and it don't come up anywhere.LOL

  4. trent_ogle2012 40 months ago | reply

    I have one of them but i got it at auto zone about 10 years ago.

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