An InventHelp developer has created a modified wrench that’s ideal for use in tight spaces. The patent-pending invention provides an improved tool for accessing and turning hard-to-reach bolts and nuts.
“I’m an automotive mechanic and I experienced difficulty accessing and turning nuts and bolts positioned within tight spots,” shared the developer who’s based in Belle Glade, Florida. “So, I invented the QUICK SNAP WRENCH. My innovative design would provide the necessary torque to easily loosen and turn nuts and bolts.”
The new wrench eliminates the need to manually turn fasteners in cramped locations. As a result, it reduces struggle and strain, saving time and effort. The invention features an easy-to-use practical design, so it’s ideal for automotive technicians, mechanics, and do-it-yourselfers. A prototype model is available upon request.
The original design was submitted to the Tallahassee sales office of InventHelp. It is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers.
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Dept. 21-NJD-2506, InventHelp
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