Desmond 62-72mm Filter Wrenches (Set of 2)

BH #DEMW622 • MFR #MW62-2
Desmond
Desmond 62-72mm Filter Wrenches (Set of 2)
Key Features
  • Helps Remove Jammed Filters
  • Ergonomic Design for Comfortable Use
  • Aluminum-Alloy Construction
These Desmond 62-72mm Filter Wrenches are helpful tools for removing jammed or over-tightened filters from a lens. Their ergonomic, squeeze-type design helps to ensure comfort and ease of use. Two wrenches are included with this set. Each wrench is compatible with filters 62mm to 72mm in diameter and is constructed from aluminum alloy for durability while remaining lightweight.
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Desmond MW62-2 Overview

These Desmond 62-72mm Filter Wrenches are helpful tools for removing jammed or over-tightened filters from a lens. Their ergonomic, squeeze-type design helps to ensure comfort and ease of use. Two wrenches are included with this set. Each wrench is compatible with filters 62mm to 72mm in diameter and is constructed from aluminum alloy for durability while remaining lightweight.

UPC: 612085381891

Desmond MW62-2 Specs

Compatibility62-72mm filter rings
ConstructionAluminum alloy
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.085 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6 x 6 x 0.4"
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As these are metal, will they scratch the filters or lens barrel?
Asked by: Thomas
In theory it's possible that any filter wrench could mark a filter or lens barrel, but from my experience I think it's practically impossible to do so if you use them as intended.Explanation: the filter wrench works by applying the force equally to the frame of the filter, both in terms of direct pressure (how much it presses on the frame) and torque (the twisting pressure to move the filter in a direction). To mark the filter frame, you'd have to apply so much torque pressure that it overcomes both the friction between the wrench and the filter casing, and the friction between the filter casing and the lens barrel.I had a filter stuck on a lens because the lens had dropped onto the floor and dented the filter, but also unknown to me bent the top of the lens barrel. I tried two different sets of filter wrenches, one with a mettal surface and one with a rubberised surface, neither got the filter off despite my best efforts using hand and arm strength, and neither left any significant cosmetic marking on the filter case.The wrench should only be covering the filter casing, not the lens barrel.
Answered by: Nigel S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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