About Makita Wrenches
Don't let a hard-to-reach bolt derail your project because you don't have the right wrench on hand. Makita wrenches are reliable, durable, and available in a wide variety of models.
Versatile and Lightweight Locknut Wrenches
Makita locknut wrenches keep your tools and their components tight. These versatile, lightweight wrenches do exactly what their name suggests and can be used for jobs such as securing the sanding discs on sanders, the grinding wheels on grinders, and the plates on plate joiners.
Durable and Available in Variety of Sizes
Hex, or Allen, wrenches from Makita, with their familiar "L" shapes, can be used to tackle an assortment of DIY and jobsite tasks, from putting together a bookshelf to adding and removing accessories for your rebar cutter. With their metal construction, their durability is seemingly endless, and they're available in a variety of sizes.
Shallow Socket and Deep Socket Wrenches
Makita socket wrenches combine a ratchet and socket for maximum functionality. Shallow socket models let you crank a bolt or nut in a tight space without repeatedly stopping to find a better position. Deep sockets are ideal for longer bolts, and they also make tightening and loosening recessed fasteners a cinch. Like the rest of Makita's wrench line, these anti-slip tools are lightweight and long-lasting. They can also be used in conjunction with breaker bars and torque wrenches.
Variety of Universal Wrenches
In addition to classic spanner wrenches, Makita also manufactures a variety of universal wrenches that combine more than one style of wrench into a single tool, or that combine a wrench head, such as a socket, with another tool, such as a flathead screwdriver.
Why Buy Makita Wrenches?
Makita was founded in 1915 by Mosaburo Makita. The Japanese tool manufacturer branched out into power tools in 1958 and became a pioneer in cordless drills. Today, the Makita name is synonymous with high quality.