Wednesday, September 25, 2013

MetWrenches Return

Howdy Folks,

The lovely fall weather is upon us at last. The sumacs are starting to turn red and here and there the maples are turning various shades of yellow, orange and red too. But I would say we are still at least a week or two away from the peak foliage. Hopefully it won't get rainy and windy and ruin the show too soon this year.

Today I have more of the S30v Metwrenches done. These are the same as the last batch, nice chunky .160 stock and again, they have the odd number metric sizes from 5-15mm. These tools had a long series of tumbles in a variety of media types which softened the edges and left them with a lovely feel in the hand. Definitely an heirloom tool.

The Metwrench batch isn't huge so it will be a one per customer sale. They run $60 plus shipping and the link is below. As always, thank you for stopping by!

Sold out for now, thank you again everyone!





9 comments:

Jason Arnold said...

Very cool Peter! Gonna pass this time around for the folks who will get more use out of the Metric.

Much love!

MH said...

5 minutes. Impressive sale. Love these collectibles.

Jason said...

i missed it by 8 minutes and still nothing. any tips on how to be fast enough to get one of your tools when you post?

Slim said...

Dang it. I was working out in the pool. You didn't happen to have one slip of the shelf and be hidden under the bench in the shadows did you ? :-)

grizzcon2 said...

It takes will power to pass up a live link when you F5 and see it there, but have actually passed the last couple. If I don't need, better to give another a chance. Holding out for maybe some Vintage, Rawbar, stamped Ghosts - Hint Hint :)

Matt Wolfe said...

YES!! Got One :)
Thanks for the opportunity Mr. Atwood!

Kevin said...

I have just about given up on trying to purchase anything from the blog post. By the time I get notice that the website has been changed it is hours after the fact. Sold out in 8 minutes means that these are being purchased by people who want them more than me. It IS nice to see someone like Jason Arnold letting others make a purchase though.
Keep up the good work Peter, and when the demand is lower, perhaps I will get one then...lol!!

Scott Bigg said...

Thanks for thinking of us metrically challenged folks!!

Darrly Simon said...

I would love to b able to purchase one tool but I am always to late lol