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Quanum Spinner Nut Pliers (Large)

Quanum Spinner Nut Pliers (Large)

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Because everyone loved the Turnigy Spinner Nut Pliers we have taken it a step further and spring loaded the handles for easier use and made it in two sizes. This tool is designed specifically for tightening and loosening propeller spinner style nuts on planes, multi-rotors or anything else with opposing holes in the nut! 

How often have you searched around for just the right sized screwdriver or Allen key to tighten a spinner nut, only to bend it when you do?

This handy tool is designed to take all of the hassle out of the job and is a perfect size to fit into any tool box. Simply locate the pins into the holes on the spinner nut, close the pliers and twist - it couldn't be easier!

While you're about it, why not buy one for your workshop and one for the flight box? 

Specs:
Size: 136 x 46 x 9mm
Weight: 69g
Maximum Opening: 25mm

  • SKU 9107000424-0
  • Brand Quanum
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 89.0000
  • Length 175.00
  • Width 100.00
  • Height 120.00
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I have both this and the smaller version and while the smaller fits motors up to 1806-size perfectly I have yet to find a spinner that this will engage with. Mechanically it's well made although smaller pins with a slight inwards angle would have made it much more useful.
As a point of reference while the smaller version is too small for the common 2826 this is too big. Even on the medium-size NTM motors (35xx) I just can't get it to reliably engage; the pins are a little too wide and their angle of attack means the ends of the pins only just enter the holes and slip during use, leading to inevitable scratching of the spinner.
Overall it's a nice design but it's appeal is limited as there's no data on what size spinner this is designed for and jaw size doesn't tell the whole story; many spinners will sort of fit but only a few larger spinners with larger hex key (allen key) holes are likely to fit properly without slippage, which is a shame.

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I have both this and the smaller version and while the smaller fits motors up to 1806-size perfectly I have yet to find a spinner that this will engage with. Mechanically it's well made although smaller pins with a slight inwards angle would have made it much more useful.
As a point of reference while the smaller version is too small for the common 2826 this is too big. Even on the medium-size NTM motors (35xx) I just can't get it to reliably engage; the pins are a little too wide and their angle of attack means the ends of the pins only just enter the holes and slip during use, leading to inevitable scratching of the spinner.
Overall it's a nice design but it's appeal is limited as there's no data on what size spinner this is designed for and jaw size doesn't tell the whole story; many spinners will sort of fit but only a few larger spinners with larger hex key (allen key) holes are likely to fit properly without slippage, which is a shame.

A must for the field box, specially for big motors. It is well worth the price.

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A must for the field box, specially for big motors. It is well worth the price.

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