Sensei 105-112mm Rubberized Filter Wrench (2-Pack)

BH #SEFWM105112 • MFR #FWM-105112
Sensei
Sensei 105-112mm Rubberized Filter Wrench (2-Pack)
Key Features
  • Helps Remove Over-Tightened Filters
  • Helps Separate Stacked Filters
  • Ergonomic Design for Comfortable Use
  • Steel Construction
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If you've ever had difficulty removing a filter from your lens, these Sensei Rubberized 105-112mm 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 105-112mm in diameter.
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$19.95

Sensei FWM-105112 Overview

If you've ever had difficulty removing a filter from your lens, these Sensei Rubberized 105-112mm 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 105-112mm in diameter.

UPC: 847628007529

Sensei FWM-105112 Specs

Compatibility105-112 mm filter rings
ConstructionSteel with rubber coating
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.215 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.9 x 6.2 x 0.45"
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