B&Q Basin Wrench

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03045718
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Made from durable steel, this wrench is ideal for fitting back nuts and union nuts of pillar and bath taps behind basins, sinks and baths. The steel handle is strong and sturdy for effective use.

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Features and benefits

  • Fits most 13mm and 2mm tee handle stop cocks pointed handle to assist raising stop cock covers

Technical specifications

Technical specification of B&Q Basin Wrench
Brand B&Q
Construction material Steel
Height 50mm
Length 270mm

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