Sensei 62-72mm Rubberized Filter Wrench (2-Pack)

BH #SEFWM6272 • MFR #FWM-6272
Sensei
Sensei 62-72mm Rubberized Filter Wrench (2-Pack)
Key Features
  • Helps Remove Over-Tightened Filters
  • Helps Separate Stacked Filters
  • Ergonomic Design for Comfortable Use
  • Steel Construction
If you've ever had difficulty removing a filter from your lens, these Sensei Rubberized 62-72mm Filter Wrenches can help save the day. Two steel wrenches that each features a fully-rubberized surface are included with this set. Both wrenches may also be used to separate up to two stacked filters on a single lens. This can be accomplished by using one wrench to hold the filter closest to the lens in place and using the other wrench to unscrew the other filter. Along with long handles and a squeeze-type design, their rubberized surfaces further ensure comfort and provide an enhanced grip for ease of use. These wrenches are compatible with filters ranging from 62-72mm in diameter.
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$12.95

Sensei FWM-6272 Overview

If you've ever had difficulty removing a filter from your lens, these Sensei Rubberized 62-72mm Filter Wrenches can help save the day. Two steel wrenches that each features a fully-rubberized surface are included with this set. Both wrenches may also be used to separate up to two stacked filters on a single lens. This can be accomplished by using one wrench to hold the filter closest to the lens in place and using the other wrench to unscrew the other filter. Along with long handles and a squeeze-type design, their rubberized surfaces further ensure comfort and provide an enhanced grip for ease of use. These wrenches are compatible with filters ranging from 62-72mm in diameter.

UPC: 847628590335

Sensei FWM-6272 Specs

Compatibility62-72 mm filter rings
ConstructionSteel with rubber coating
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.155 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.15 x 5.6 x 0.45"
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Will this help in removing 77-82 filters?

Will this help in removing 77-82 filters?
Asked by: Muddasar
Yes this will help remove stuck 77-82mm filters.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-10-26

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Are these Sensei Rubberized (ie. steel coated with rubber) wrenches worth the extra cost over the plastic ones? I'm asking in the context of 58mm filters, but also just in general.
Asked by: Anonymous
Absolutely without question they are worth the extra cost. I've had several sets/sizes of the plastic wrenches. One would always break & I'd throw them away swearing I'd never buy any more. This time I got samrt & ordered the Sensei set. Well worth the extra cost.
Answered by: nicksr1125
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Is this worth the extra money/weight over the Sensei plastic versions?
Asked by: Jeff S.
Yes the rubberized wrench is better than the plastic versions. You get a better feel and can use more strength with the rubberized ones. I bought both and ended up using just the rubberized steel one. But it also depends on how tight the filter is stuck on the lens. Unfortunately for me, my UV filter is pretty stuck on the lens since it's been there since I bought the lens so neither rubberized or steel wrenches worked to get the filter off. That being said I still think that purchasing the wrenches was a good idea and if I had to do it again I would just buy the rubberized ones. Hope this helps.
Answered by: Warren C.
Date published: 2019-11-05

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I have very very slim ring for the CPL filter (the ring that is close to the lens is extremely thin), will this wrench work? The CPL outside ring that rotates is about 2X thick of the insider ring though? Can this wrench grab both rings with the inside ring that is actually attached to the lens?
Asked by: Rachael
Haven't worked for me.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24

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If I have the 82mm thread, should I order 72-82 or 82-95 size?
Asked by: Rachael
Does one size fit your other lenses? I went with the 72-82. I have 2 lenses that are 77 mm, so that was an advantage for me to be able to choose the smaller sizes.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24
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