The Stanley TwinTec Adjustable Ratcheting Wrench Review

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The Stanley TwinTec Ratcheting Wrench is a 27 in 1 Tool

Stanley Tools TwinTec™ Ratcheting Wrench

Manufacturer: Stanley Tools
Model number: STHT72123
Price: $29.99
Weight: 2 lbs
The Stanley TwinTec Ratcheting Wrench is the perfect solution for the homeowner or do it yourselfer who wants to be prepared to take on any challenge around the house without the major financial investment and without needing to dedicate the space and weight required to store a full on ratchet set. Additionally the Stanley TwinTec Adjustable Racheting Wrench review proves this to be a great holiday gift for professionals!


The two dials fit both Standard (SAE) and Metric (MM) sizes!

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Small Dial (SAE)

  • 3/8″
  • 7/16″
  • 1/2″
  • 9/16″
  • 5/8″


Small Dial (MM)

  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16

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Large Dial (SAE)

  •  11/16″
  • 3/4″
  • 13/16″
  • 7/8″
  • 15/16″
  • 1″


Large Dial (MM)

  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • 24

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The Tool combines 26 sockets and a ratchet in one hand tool with the quick adjust dial. Each head features a reversible ratcheting socket on a light weight and durable composite handle. The wrench also has the flexibility to work with hex, star, square, 12 point, eyebolt, or even rounded hex fasteners.



The tool dials to whatever size you need, within the limitations listed above, and is easy to operate. The quick tab at the base of each dial allows you to quickly change from forward to reverse. I can see this tool saving the day when you need to losen a stripped bolt or rounded nut, but the bulkiness of each head may reduce the ability to get to said troublesome fastener.

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Overall Impression

From a professional’s perspective, this strikes me as the tool you never think to buy, but I can certainly see this saving the day when you have an unexpected bolt to remove or a piece of equipment fails and needs a last minute repair. Additionally, as a tool nut I just think this is an interesting concept Stanley pursued, and I think it may pay off.

Is this a tool you’ll see in a mechanic’s shop or a staple on a job-site probably not, but this is a great idea, perfect for the homeowner, DIYer, and even useful to the professional audience. Regardless, as a professional tradesmen and tool connoisseur, I love this idea and tool as a fun gift to give my fellow brothers and sisters in the trades for the holidays.

About the author

Philip Benevides

Phil is a 28-year old Air Force Veteran who decided to transform his passion for construction and home improvement into a career. Inspired by his Grandfather who built his home from the ground up with his bare hands in Portugal, he received his formal training in Carpentry at the North Bennett Street School in Boston, MA. Phil continues to grow his skills as a lead carpenter, managing job sites in and around Boston, and a Captain in the Air National Guard bettering himself as a leader. He loves exploring new building products and construction methods to solve job-site problems and reviewing tools for the pro-contractor and serious DIYer.

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