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Reviews Categories | Ham Work Bench Tools & Test Equipment | Logger Head Tools Bionic Wrench Help


Reviews Summary for Logger Head Tools Bionic Wrench
Logger Head Tools Bionic Wrench Reviews: 2 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $29.95
Description: A hex-type plier for turning nuts and bolts, but optionally used to make perfect hex-shaped crimps.
Product is in production.
More info: http://loggerheadtools.com/
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KB3MRU Rating: 5/5 Oct 23, 2008 22:07 Send this review to a friend
Works great  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
Sure it works as a wrench, but it excels in making coax crimps.

Actually, its size makes it tough to get to some bolts in equipment, so lets just call it a fine crimper!

 
WY3X Rating: 5/5 Sep 27, 2007 13:07 Send this review to a friend
Perfect for making hex-shaped crimps!  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
This tool is actually designed as a replacement for box-end wrenches. I was wandering around the local Home Depot tool department, and found this tool on clearance for $15.00. One look at it, and I knew it was what I was going to use to crimp the coax connectors on some Time Microwave LMR-600! The Times tool to do this job would have cost me around $230.00! This "wrench" will put a nice hex-shaped crimp on connectors from RG-8 (about minimum size) up to (probably, just guessing) LMR-800. The company makes smaller and larger ones to suit your needs. I don't work for the company, I just appreciate them unknowingly making something that's a great substitute for a $230 tool for about $20! Admittedly, you have to control the amount of tension manually, but hey, you save $200.00 by using this tool to make your crimps!
 


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