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Rechargeable Illuminating Wrenches Let You Tighten Your Nuts in Dark Places

by Conner Flynn
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We’ve all been there. You are working under the hood of your car and you can’t see the nuts and bolts that you are working with. It’s a real pain. You could always ask your buddy to hold the flashlight, but he never shines it where you need it.

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Of course there is also the overhead light that you can hang above you, but the problem there is that you always end up blocking the light with your own shadow. Well, here is a simple and clever solution that should eliminate the problem entirely.

This wrench set has LED lights built into the wrenches. This means that you will always have light where and when you need it. They even have high and low beam settings. The set of seven open-ended wrenches will cost you $99.95 (USD) from Hammacher Schlemmer. Sure, it’s pricey, but it will make your job a lot easier. Darkness will never come between you and your nuts again.

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