Multi Wrench is a tool from Allstar Products Group that claims to be 50 tools in 1 and boasts it is great for any situation. They insist that Multi Wrench can remove any nut or bolt even if it is stripped within seconds and its tough contractor design features a full lifetime warranty.

How does Multi Wrench work to unscrew my nuts?

Multi Wrench is a double-sided wrench that they tout has a spring-loaded grip and teeth engineered to give it a pit-bull-like grip, so it will grab the nut or bolt and not let go. While they insist it will work on any nut or bolt no matter how stubborn, the fine print reveals that this only includes ones between 9mm – 45 mm.

Multi Wrench claims their wrench can be great for a variety of situations, from removing rusted bolts, stripped nuts, and even working with pipefittings. They promise Multi Wrench won’t damage your nut or bolt, and if it is already stripped, it still will unscrew it in seconds. Multi Wrench claims their gadget will save you time, money, and the hassle of searching for the right tool. They add Multi Wrench is made of contractor grade material and great for contractors, plumbers, carpenters, mechanics, and even DIY-ers.

What is the cost for the Multi Wrench 50 in 1 wrench tool?

Multi Wrench claims in the infomercial and website that it’s normally $29.95 but if you act now they will take $10 off, making it $19.95. However, the fine print reveals a $7.95 shipping and handling fee, making the true total $27.90 before taxes (if any).

Multi Wrench 60-day money back guarantee and lifetime warranty

Multi Wrench states that you can try their tool for all your screwing and unscrewing needs for 60 days from the date that you receive it in the mail. If within that time period you find that your nuts are still stuck, you can call them for an RMA and arrange to receive your money back. However, you still need to pay to ship Multi Wrench back to them and they’ll keep the $7.95 shipping fee.

Multi Wrench says they stand behind their product with a Lifetime Guarantee. A customer service representative explained to us that if Multi Wrench stopped working or broke after the initial 60-day period is up, they will replace it absolutely free. The only catch is that you have to pay to ship it back to them for the exchange.

Bottom Line: Multi Wrench may be handy but buy it at Home Depot

If it is as versatile as they promise, Multi Wrench could be a good tool to have in your toolbox, especially if your nuts or bolts are stripped. We couldn’t find any reviews of professionals that have tried it, and there is no mention of it on any mechanics threads we looked at.

We’d like to remind you that this is an “As Seen On TV” product, and because of this we always advise our readers to keep their expectations in check. Allstar Products Group currently has an A- rating from the Better Business Bureau and 0 complaints with guarantee/warranty issues – they do have over 200 complaints about problems with a product or service.

In addition, their privacy policy allows them to solicit you with other products as well as share, sell, or trade this information with third parties. (To learn how to put the kibosh on telephone solicitors and spam, read this handy article.)

Because of these reasons, we recommend to you that if you are interested in Multi Wrench to look for it at Home Depot or another retailer that Allstar Products has a distribution agreement with. In spite of saying that Multi Wrench is not available in stores, the secret is they make 90% of their sales through retail.

This way, you can pick up and hold Multi Wrench and see if it really feels as sturdy as they insist it is. If there is a problem with it, a return will be much easier and you won’t have to pay any extra fees.

We hope this helps you make a decision about Multi Wrench – let us know your experience below!