Res-Q-Rench

Res-Q-Rench

Item# FE297 | Mfg# SPAN25
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$25.99
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    The Res-Q-Rench is five life-saving tools in one!
    • Solid polycarbonate construction
    • Includes:
    -Gas shutoff tool
    -Pry tool
    -Seat belt cutter
    -Spanner wrench
    -Carbide tip window punch
    • Spanner wrench fits 1-1/2" and 2-1/2" rocker lugs, 4" and 5" Storz couplings
    • Open: 12-1/4". Closed: 8". 5-1/16 oz.
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    June 11, 2007
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    5 out of 5 stars


    Res-Q-Rench

    This tool is great for breaking out windows at an MVA, tightening hoses, cutting seatbelts among other things. Very light weight but extremely strong. A must for anyone extraction certified.

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    May 11, 2007
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    Res-Q-Rench

    The most handy tool in my bunker pants. I've used the window punch flawlessly, the spanner is rough and works, seatbelt cutter works well.

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    March 26, 2007
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    Res-Q-Rench

    For a light and composite tool, it works great on hoses, seatbelts, and gas valves (that are not rusted). Recommended for the volunteers with light and medium calls.

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    February 13, 2007
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    Res-Q-Rench

    I'm on the Ensign Fire Department in Rapid River Michigan and use this tool. It is great for light prying and does wonders on couplings. The seatbelt cutter is not sharp enough and is at a poor angle (the belt bunches up inside). The window punch works very vell on tempered glass. If you hit hard enough on a windshield it will crack the whole thing making it easy for removal. all in all, every firefighter needs this in the pocket of their bunker pants.

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    October 14, 2006
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    Res-Q-Rench

    This tool is in a word Awsome. It's tough and is plastic so it won't rust. It's easy to cary and the loop hole is nice.

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    July 29, 2006
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    Res-Q-Rench

    This is a good tool, but it is made out of plastic and I'm not sure how it would hold up to a tough job. I like having all the tools in one.

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    March 14, 2006
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    Res-Q-Rench

    This product did not work at all for me when I needed it to shut off gas meters after a tornado. I had to get a metal spanner to do the job. Same with tough couplings.

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    December 09, 2005
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    Res-Q-Rench

    Ordered this tool for FD I'm on. It's great to pry windows and utility panels. The gas shut off really doesn't fit new meters. I use it almost time I run a call.

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    February 16, 2005
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    Res-Q-Rench

    I have used it several times for turning off gas lines and is also useful for light prying. Definitely worth the price and is very light weight which is handy when you already have enough gear on.

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    February 09, 2005
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    Res-Q-Rench

    We have 1 in every apparatus, and they work great, it is the only seatbelt cutter on most of our trucks as well. The spanner function is also great, I would highly reccomend this tool.

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    November 10, 2002
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    Res-Q-Rench

    I have used both a brass spanner wrench and this one. I prefer the brass one only due to the fact that the plastic wrench bends, although the built in seatbelt cutter is a nice space saving feature.

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    July 29, 2001
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    Res-Q-Rench

    This is a very good spanner , not alot of money either. The seatbelt cutter and window punch are very usefull as well.

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