A new banana nut-wrench is out, and it’s one of those things that just works.
The company that makes it, Ridgeway, says its banana nut wrenches are engineered to be easier to use and replace than the cheaper alternatives.
The wrenches, which cost between $4 and $8, are designed to be easily accessible and have a built-in locking mechanism, Ridgenwerks says.
Ridgeways is selling its new nut wrench on its website.
They also say the wrench is safe to use with a variety of tools.
The wrench is one of the first banana nut products to make it to the U.S. after several other manufacturers had tried it, the company says on its web site.
Its goal is to sell about 500,000 to 1 million wrenches a year in the U, it says.
Its price is $4.99, with free shipping.
The new wrench is available in a variety colors, including red, white and green.
The brand has also partnered with a number of other brands and has partnerships with some companies to produce new versions of the wrench, Ridgerons CEO John Deere says.