Meet the Wilde Hex Fold-up Set (or Allen Wrench set). “Hex” is an abbreviation for the hexagonal shape of the wrench, which was originally designed by a man with the last name Allen. That’s why they go by both names. But let’s admit it, Hex just sounds a bit cooler and witchier.
Wilde is an American tool manufacturer and is owned and run by the fifth-generation family of the original founders. Started in 1920 as a scissor factory in Missouri, they developed the first design and patent for angle nose pliers and then expanded into professional-grade tools.
The Wilde set keeps a range of sizes all in one place with a handle that gives you torque and grip for easier use. Always good to have whenever you have to assemble furniture, minor bike repairs or to have around the house to use on TVs and other electronics.
Details: This nine-piece wrench set includes sizes 5/64″, 3/32″, 7/64″, 1/8″, 9/64″, 5/32″, 3/16″, 7/32″, and 1/4″