SUNEX TOOLS Sunex 9732 Socket and Bit Set with Mini Dual Flex Head Ratchet (44-Piece)
The Sunex 9732 Socket and Bit Set includes various bits and a mini ratchet. The ¼ in. drive, 72 tooth ratchet is designed with Duo-Drive that provides a bit opening and a socket attachment on the same head and designed with a flex head that allows you to shift the handle up to get around obstacles. The Cr-V spline sockets and S2 bits are built for durability and adjustability for multiple uses. All of this comes in a compact aluminum case that is convenient for transport and storage. WARNING: Use of these sockets with an impact tool can cause serious injury.
- Includes a 72 tooth, duo-drive ratchet that drives sockets and bits with ¼ in. drive
- Includes durable, Cr-V spline sockets and S2 steel bits
- Dual ratchet head design provides a bit opening and a socket attachment on the same head
- Flex head design allows you to shift the ratchet handle up to get around obstacles
- Spline socket design allows for SAE and metric sizes on the same socket
- Comes in a compact, aluminum case for transport and storage
- Lifetime Warranty with SUNEXpress
|Dimensions||4.5 × 6.62 × 2.3 in|
|Hand Tool Type|
|Multiple Tool Set Type|
|Number of Pieces|
Nut Driver Bits, Ratchet
|Tools Product Type|
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Dual Flex Head 1/4" & 3/8" Ratchet With Removable Drives
The quick-disk on the drive head allows for quick tightening or loosening of fasteners when ratcheting is not required. Reversible 72-tooth gear head requires only 5 degrees of sweep, opposite end has reversible 60-tooth gear head and requires only 6 degrees of sweep. Made of heat-treated Cr-V alloy steel. Works with all 1/4’’ bits and 10mm fasteners. Includes 1/4’’ & 3/8’’ square drive inserts. Patented item with a Limited lifetime warranty.
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The thing is, they manufacture all sorts of niche tools. This kind would be an easy one to manufacture as it requires no specialized parts, only an additional step in assembly. Obviously the demand is not great enough for them to manufacture them (since it appears they do not). Otherwise, they'd be everywhere.
But then, the perceived demand for reversible ratcheting combination wrenches was not high enough for the big guys to make them, so the Taiwanese made literally tons of them and millions of dollars before our side of the great ocean got into gear.
Of course, it might merely be a case of patents. The Taiwanese manufacturer might have owned the patent for the wrench, licensed it to Stanley for distribution through their brands and channels, and for some reason Stanley ceased importation but the manufacturer still owns the patent. If that is true, then 25 years is almost up in any case. The Chinese Menards and Pittsburgh Pro versions are different (and inferior in design) from the Husky/Stanley/Popular Mechanics versions.
In the end, it could also simply be the sometimes lethargic inertia that companies oft have which keeps them from making turns or changes. They may be waiting to see if a Chinese versions develops market share before "doing it better, doing it here" themselves to snatch up a market. Though, I suspect, were Snap On to make one and introduce it with some fanfare, they'd take off.
In any case, it is simply a case of curiosity and of time on my hands pondering things. I'm well stocked with these kinds of wrenches, having made my own "US version" that works great in addition to the stable-mates from Stanley.
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