About SKIL Ratch-N-Lock
SKIL Ratch-N-Lock boasts it’s the most innovative hand tool on the market. This is because they claim it is a self-adjusting ratchet, pliers, and clamp combined. They say it’s so easy to use that both handymen and handywomen can work it with one hand.
SKIL Ratch-N-Lock has the familiar SKIL brand logo. However, upon closer examination this product appears to merely license the SKIL name. The company behind it is called Iron Bridge Tools, who design their products in the US and manufacture them in China. Iron Bridge currently has a B+ rating from the BBB.
How SKIL Ratch-N-Lock Works
SKIL Ratch-N-Lock is a handheld tool with red handles. What they say makes it so unique is its ability to function like a reversible ratchet, a pair of groove joint pliers, or a clamp with the push of a button.
They say the mechanics behind Ratch-N-Lock are the spring-loaded ratcheting cams and self-adjusting jaws that can grip various bolt shapes and sizes up to 1-3/8 inches. They boast it’s as simple to use as grip, lock, and ratchet.
SKIL Ratch-N-Lock Pricing, Shipping, and Returns
SKIL Ratch-N-Lock sells for $19.99 plus $5.99 S&H for a total of $25.98. If you do not like it, you can return within 30 days for your $19.99 back (they keep the shipping and you have to pay the return postage).
SKIL Ratch-N-Lock includes:
- SKIL Ratch-N-Lock
- 22 Piece Precision Screwdriver Set
Bottom Line: Is SKIL Ratch-N-Lock a Scam?