Neilsen CT0126 6-32 mm Combination Spanner Set – Red (25-Piece)

(10 customer reviews)


Colour Red
Brand Neilsen
Material Alloy Steel
Item dimensions L x W x H 20 x 20 x 20 millimetres
Weight 12.7 Ounces

  • 25pc combination spanner set
  • Top Quality Neilsen product
  • Thick roll with hanging eyes
  • Model number: CT0126
SKU: B008C7PM9M Categories: , ,


Product Description

CT0126 Main header

CT0126 Case

CT0126 sleeve

ct0126 single

Supplied in a heavy-duty storage pouch with hanging holes

Non-slip, cushion grip sleeves for added comfort and ease of use

Fully polished mirror finish, Hardened, tempered for corrosion resistance.

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Drop forged

Spanners range from 6-32mm

Professional quality

Made of high quality Chrome Vanadium steel for greater durability

Drop forged for improved strength and quality

Spanners range from 6-32mm

Manufactured to professional quality

CT0126 Lifestyle

Additional information

Weight 360.04 kg
Dimensions 2 × 2 cm
Part Number


Product Dimensions

‎2 x 2 x 2 cm; 360.04 Grams

Item model number







‎Alloy Steel

Power Source


Item Package Quantity


Number Of Pieces


Head Style

‎Box End

Measurement System


Included Components

‎Spanner set

Batteries included?


Batteries Required?


Item Weight

‎359 g



Date First Available

17 Aug. 2012



10 reviews for Neilsen CT0126 6-32 mm Combination Spanner Set – Red (25-Piece)

  1. Paul Boden

    Good toolGood set of spanners

  2. Lilian B.

    Looking GoodHaven’t used these yet but they do look great and good value for money.

  3. Chris

    Good, not amazingThis is a good little set of spanners, however, it’s not a top tier set.The bigger sizes, the tolerance is very high.I needed to use a 24, it was way too big, the 23 almost fit the nut I was trying to remove, but was slightly too small, so I had to awkwardly try and maneuver my socket onto it, which a 24 fit perfectly.Have checked a few of the other ones too, and the bigger ones have a very visible size difference to actual measurements, but it’s a very heavy and decent quality set for £40-50, so can’t really complain. The extra size is quite negligible on the smaller sizes.

  4. Mr. S. Banks

    Good value but you pay for what you get…I bought these new for £49.95, the set arrived promptly and was complete, however: – one or two spanners had scratches and rust spots – the quality of the ring ends is so-so – the first attached photo compares the 19mm (orange sleeve) in the set with a 19mm (no sleeve) in a Homebase set I purchased about 19 years ago. The corners in the Homebase spanner rings are much sharper and well-defined than these. The smaller ring spanners in the set also appear to be poorly forged/machined (see second photo showing part of the teeth missing) but appear to work.Overall, for occasional DIY use I think these are on the money but I have doubts as to their durability for serious use, and how good they’re going to be at dealing with a really stiff nut or bolt – they are more likely to slip I think.So they work for me and I won’t be returning them, they are good value but you pay for what you get in this instance….

  5. Vinicius Zanonatto Nardi

    The colour of the key sticker is not compatible with that of the packaging

  6. Jeremiah Shilla

    BrilliantGood value for money

  7. James Andrew Newton

    Good valueA value set with anti slip handles

  8. Amazon Customer

    disappointed. ShameVery happy with the spanners, but three of them have the coating peeling off. A little disappointed. Shame

  9. Dennis Dickinson

    Seem to be up to the job. Time will tell!Seem to be OK but need to use them for a while to establish durability.

  10. Cameron Jones

    Bad quality very disappointedTerrible value for money. I like the idea of the rubber grip on the handles and cant fault that at all however the functionality of the spanner’s are poor. I work in an industry where I’m using these tools all the time and don’t believe that this set is safe. All ring ends are rounded and do not grip properly onto bolts. Used afew times and not happy; as soon as a bolt is slightly tightened the spanner slips off. There’s been many of times where I’ve almost caused injury to myself where a spanner has lost its grip and my fingers have almost been crushed (and the same when trying to loosen bolts). Would not recommend and do not trust the tools one bit. If I was the manufacturer I would either take them off the market, improve them or have them redesigned more precisely.

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