Easily loosen and remove circular filters with this set of Super Lens Filter Wrenches from Japan Hobby Tool. This product is composed of two different wrenches, one for thread sizes between 67 and 72mm and another from 77 to 82mm, which facilitate the removal of thin circular filters that can often get stuck to your lens. Simply grip the correct wrench around the filter, then turn it counterclockwise to loosen it. Each wrench is made of durable rubberized steel that helps avoid scratching your gear, and features an ergonomic design that enables a strong grip on the tool during use.
- 2 Wrenches for 67-72mm & 77-82mm Filters
- Helps Remove Tight or Stacked Filters
- Durable Rubberized Steel Construction
- Two Wrenches for Different Filter Sizes
Japan Hobby Tool JHT6782 Overview
Japan Hobby Tool JHT6782 Specs
|Front Filter Thread Size||Small Wrench: 67 - 72mm|
Large Wrench: 77 - 82mm
|Package Weight||0.18 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.8 x 6.3 x 0.6"|
Japan Hobby Tool JHT6782 Reviews
I was expecting some light plastic wrenches. These are substantial metal construction with an industrial tough rubberized plastic coating. Unexpected high quality
From now on, always in my filter bag! Work well
After trying everything I possibly could, I gave in and bought these. It immediately worked and got the filter off.
The rubber really helps to grab and assist on removing the filter from lens.
Awesome tools for getting stuck lenses apart
The wrenches gently grab and allow you to unscrew a stuck lens. The interior is a rough rubber, which grabs and puts even pressure on the lens which would avoid cracking.
The wrenches work perfectly the first time and taught me a lesson: Don't screw on the filters so tight. Thanks B&W!! My go-to site for all things photographic.
Finally the right kind of lens filter wrench!
I dropped one of my favorite lenses a couple of years ago and bent and broke the filter. The filter ring was stuck tight. I tried everything from using pliers to be bend the right and just couldn't twist it off. I even broke a plastic lens filter wrench. I was buying other stuff from B&H and threw these in the cart as an afterthought. It twisted that filter ring right off like it was nothing. So pleased I have my lens back.
they look firm and metal !!!
They look strong and you feel the metal. I have not used it yet and had previously had plastic ones and it was impossible to remove my filters
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