I hope your Thanksgiving weekend was a good one. I ended up doing more family socializing than I had expected (this always happens) so I didn't get as much done as I would have liked...more FrankenSlices for instance. However, I did get a chance to finish up a bunch of the SAE Atwrenches yesterday during the football games...this is the first wave of them, more to come and also S30v Ghosts.
The SAE Atwrenches have the identical footprint to the Metric ones that I released earlier this fall, except for the wrench set which is the familiar 1/4"- 9/16". They are S30v steel and I spent quite a bit of time on this batch trying to make them extra nice. They have a lovely stonewashed finish that will hold up great on a keyring for a very long time. One of my best tools this year I think.
Anyhow, the Atwrenches are $60 each plus shipping. The mail is running pretty steadily right now but the volumes are starting to pick up for the holidays so an extra day or so for delivery would not surprise me for certain destinations. The purchase link for the Atwrenches is below. Thank you for stopping by today and have a great week!
First wave is done but there are a lot more of these to go later this week. Thank you so much everyone!
The one on the key has a stamp!
Will you be making any of the Atwrench in metric size? I live in Europe and it would be handy to have metric for obvious reasons. Cheers!
This is the first sale I have caught in awhile! The Atwrench looks great and I can't wait to use it!
Why did I just know there would be a PPT today?
I know.....I hate to be that guy, but can you please childproof where this link is?
The sale was over in 10 minutes. I remove the purchase links as soon as the sales are over and that is why you don't see one there now. However, if you email me I am preparing the rest of the batch for another sale later on this week and I just may have some more done now. ;)
Nice to have scored an Atwrench! Arrived last night and it is now in rotation. No question, it is the nicest tool you have made this year. Classic Atwood. The pics included too were sweet...great looking film...that was the fix I needed...
New to this site, but hoping to secure my first AtTool soon!
I miss out always
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