Bahco 9029 170mm 32mm Adjustable Wrench Extra Wide Jaw

(10 customer reviews)


Colour Multi
Brand Bahco
Material Alloy Steel
Item dimensions L x W x H 6.2 x 1.3 x 17 centimetres
Weight 0.21 Kilograms

  • With left turning screw
  • Material: High performance alloy steel
  • Scale in mm for pre-adjusting and accurate measurement
SKU: B002P8CNCI Categories: , , ,


Product Description

The Bahco 90 Series adjustable wrenches with extra wide jaws have a 40% wider opening compared to a standard adjustable wrench of equivalent size. The head combines slimness for accessibility with strength for performance, this combined with a convenient length of the handle and low weight make it perfect for plumbers and other tradesmen that carry their tools with them. The jaws are angled at 15° to provide maximum access in confined spaces.

Precision-hardened and anti-corrosion treated. With comfortable slip free, warm thermoplastic handle. Left-reading, measurement scale in mm.

The BAH9029 Adjustable Wrench 170mm Extra Wide Jaw 32mmLength: 170mm (6 inch)Capacity: 32mmPhosphated finish.

Bahco is a pan-European market leading brand of a wide range of professional hand-held tools such as: handsaws, combination spanners, socket spanners, screwdrivers, adjustable wrenches, cutters, files, bandsaws, pruning tools, holesaws, hacksaw frames and blades.

Professional craftsmen around the globe use their tools and have done so since 1886 when they first began manufacturing saws under the brand “fisk-och-krok” (“Fish and Hook”). Later in 1888 one of the company’s founders, J.P. Johansson invented the pipe wrench and then in 1892 the adjustable wrench. That spirit of innovation continues to flourish within their company.

Bahco is SNA Europe’s (a fully owned subsidiary of Snap-on Incorporated; NYSE: SNA) flagship brand and is distributed in all continents.

Box Contains

1 x BAH9029 Adjustable Wrench 170mm Extra Wide Jaw 32mm

Additional information

Weight 210 kg
Dimensions 1.3 × 16.99 cm
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Product Dimensions

‎6.2 x 1.3 x 16.99 cm; 210 Grams


‎1 A batteries required.

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‎210 g



Date First Available

27 May 2010



10 reviews for Bahco 9029 170mm 32mm Adjustable Wrench Extra Wide Jaw

  1. Rick Morgan

    AdjustableGreat quality, wouldn’t use anything else!

  2. james murray

    Just a Quality Tool!!Quality from Bahco as always!

  3. Kieran Hughes

    Best brand you can getBacho adjustable spanners are the best value for money you will ever get. I’ve had mine for months now and it is still working perfectly just like the first day I used it. I was surprised how wide the jaws opened for such a small spanner.

  4. Martin Crawford

    Awesome adjustable spanner.Awesome adjustable spanner, I have it’s bigger brother and the baby one, all excellent.

  5. Mark Chisholm

    The Only One To HaveMany, many years ago I joined my first ship as a marine engineering cadet. At that point I was introduced to the adjustable spanner known by all British marine engineers as a ‘shifter.’ We all carry one around in our back pockets as a matter of routine so you can nip up a seal or valve on rounds. They are also used as hammers, general purpose levers and measuring tools. Believe me when you have to climb up 40m of ladders back to a workshop when it’s 50 deg C or more means you will try anything first.And there is one ‘Shifter that Rules Them All.’ The Bahco. The Holy Grail of shifters and the only one that means anything to a marine engineer. Put out any other manufacturer including Snap-On (overrated gear) and the one picked up will be Bahco. Anything else suggests amateur or novice engineering officer. And the reason is simple. These are the best available. The highest quality and feel the best in hand. They take utter abuse – and no-one abuses tools like shipboard engineers who think nothing of using a six foot pipe on the end of a spanner if it means avoiding drowning or being par boiled by steam. Other high end brands fall by the wayside for a variety of reasons. Snap-On because they jam up after a while of being used, others because the jaw profile makes them hard to use and yet more end up worn out quickly. Bahco keeps on being usable with an easy to operate worm adjuster that nicely balances free movement with enough accuracy to prevent the jaws from moving. The jaws are hard enough to not lose their profile but don’t break when a bear with a sledge hammer gives it a love tap to get things moving.The only issue with the normal Bahco shifter is the jaws which never quite open wide enough. They do open wider than the competition but enough is never enough and that has been addressed by Bahco on this style or range of shifter. You can open up the jaws to a ridiculous amount that makes this ideal for use on pipes such as that on reefer systems or AC’s.And if that’s not enough the jaws have a set of marks that mean you know what size of proper spanner to go and get if you need to apply some real torque. The only problem there on a ship though, is that you get to the workshop, look at the tool board and 99 times out of a hundred you will see a gap where the 13mm, 17mm, 19mm and 24mm spanners should hang……Anyway, bottom line is that there is only one make of shifter that is acceptable and that is made by Bahco. Anything else is simply a rubbish copy.

  6. Mr. Philip Mcginness

    Great wrench and though a bit expensive it works really wellIt’s a bit on the expensive side, but you do get what you pay for. I’ve used various cheaper wrenches and the play you get in the jaws is a total pain – constantly having to adjust and sticking when engaged on a nut. This wrench has none of that. I bought two of them.

  7. macutd

    best spanner i’ve ever hadi have one already that i’ve had for at least 30 years. just had to buy another.i’m a theatre lighting tech and carry a spanner all the time to focus the lights. this does all that i come up against but i forget that it’s in my pocket

  8. discostude

    Plumbers reviewDoes 15mm and 22mm comp nuts but won’t go up to 28mm nuts. Nice little spanner though fits up under basins.

  9. P. Niss

    Good value @ £15Best shifters on the market. Jaws not loose like on other brands.Small size with wide jaw, good value at £15.

  10. Michael Dowling

    Sturdy!!The best little wrench I got ,goes all the way out to 34mm ,great for 15mm(24mm)and 22mm (32mm) compression fittings, especially in tight spaces, should last year’s ,so sturdy

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