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Wrex Titanium Adjustable Pocket Wrench is Perfect for Ex-Boy Scouts

 |  |  |  April 2, 2011

I never made it far in the Scouts as a kid. I was kicked out for disorderly conduct after beating up the Den mother’s kid. He was a tool. If you still stick to the motto “Be Prepared” and want to really be prepared, you need the new Wrex Titanium Adjustable Pocket Wrench.

As the name implies, the pocket-sized tool is made from machined titanium and stainless steel. It has a number of tools inside it including a trigger-lock adjustable wrench. That wrench has jaws that will open to loosen a nut up to ¾ of an inch. It also as a titanium coated razor blade on the back of that wrench jaw.

Just be sure you remove that blade before hitting airport security or you will be cavity searched by the gruff TSA folks. The tool also has a wire-stripping hole, quarter inch hex bit driver, and a bottle opener. That bottle opener may well be the most important part of the “Be Prepared” plan for many former scouts.

The Wrex Pocket Wrench isn’t cheap, selling for $179 (USD), but if you’ve got the money to spare, you can pick one up here.