Gear: Res-Q-Wrench



Task Force Tips
Category: Turnout & Duty Gear
Subcategory: Accessories
Price: 20.00-30.00
Average Rating:
(19 Votes)

The Res-Q-Rench is that one tool that can perform multiple fire ground functions. When space is limited, but performance is an absolute must, the folding Res-Q-Rench is ideal for all fire ground and rescue operations. From simple hose coupling functions, to working with patient entrapment, the Res-Q-Rench is the ultimate tool. Manufactured from Task Force Tips, folding spanners will provide years of rugged and reliable service. With its integrated carbide tip window punch, the Res-Q-Rench can quickly pop out windows during vehicle extrication. The Res-Q-Rench's heavy-duty seat belt cutter makes short work of vehicle seat belts and other web materials. The Res-Q-Rench easily prys open windows and props doors open. The Res-Q-Rench has an integrated shut-off which fits many residential gas valve. The is designed to work with rocker lug handline and supply line couplings and is the only folding spanner that will work with 4" and 5" storz locking couplings.

Member Reviews

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    doolittle619, Sat, 23 Aug 2008 20:30:13 UTC.
    1st review

    At times can seem flimsy but has yet to break after a year in hgeavy service in my view flimsyness is better then heavy and sturdy super light wieght and always there when you can make it back to the truck!

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    Hallsbury, Mon, 06 Oct 2008 11:27:13 UTC.

    This is one of the must have items in your turnouts. The seatbelt cutter might get 2 uses before the blade comes out, but everything else is good to go, have had 1 for the last 2 1/2 years and is still with me. Spanner wrench will fit couplings from 1" booster line - 5" LDH, very versatile.

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    wildfirescott, Fri, 24 Oct 2008 06:12:31 UTC.

    Not too bad. Nice and lightweight but a little flimsy when busting tight conections but I do have three of them

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    BVFD320, Fri, 24 Oct 2008 20:08:37 UTC.

    I like this prodcut. Nice and lightweight. I used the window punch during extrication class and I was surprised with how well it worked. The only flaw I've noticed is that it doesn't always stay locked open.

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    Chuck_A, Fri, 31 Oct 2008 07:01:04 UTC.

    Its better than nothing so i gave it two stars. They are big for turnout pants and pull the rest of your stuff out when you take it out of your pocket. The gas valve hole often does not fit over gas shut off valves. i prefer to carry a 4" (folded) aluminum.

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    scooter86, Sun, 02 Nov 2008 03:02:45 UTC.

    Not too bad. Nice and lightweight but a little flimsy when busting tight conections but I do have one of them

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    emtolsen, Fri, 14 Nov 2008 21:17:48 UTC.

    This product is ok. The spanner wrench comes in handy, but the seatbelt cutter doesn't work well and the gas valve shut off doesn't fit a lot of the valves in service in my area.

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    ArcticFF, Sat, 15 Nov 2008 01:47:53 UTC.

    Worthless its to light weight I’d rather carry a heavy tool that works than a light one that doesn’t.

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    jbeck308, Sun, 28 Dec 2008 20:42:02 UTC.

    I have used it many times, i love it, works really good to take out vehicle windows in a fire setting

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    Rodrigo858, Fri, 01 May 2009 17:31:08 UTC.

    Grea tool to have. Seat belt does not work perfectly, but the rest is great! Awesome tool.

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    cfd1395, Sat, 02 May 2009 03:11:09 UTC.

    i like this thing alot i have had alot of use with it but the seatbelt cutter just is not all that one time use for the seatbelt cutter other than that i like it

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    stringer, Wed, 06 May 2009 20:47:16 UTC.


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    sandy2501, Thu, 06 Aug 2009 13:09:06 UTC.

    Must have

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    firescuvol, Sun, 06 Dec 2009 05:12:28 UTC.

    I have carried mine for years and find it handy for most of my spanner needs realy like the seatbelt cutter feature

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    Account Removed, Mon, 07 Dec 2009 12:32:59 UTC.

    When I first got it I thought I sould of got a box of them (breakage wise) but I've yet had to have any troubles with it besides just loosing it to co-workers

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    ConKevinNor, Tue, 09 Mar 2010 22:07:19 UTC.

    We had a fire last night in a residential wood-frame. This tool turned the gas supply within the home down at the valve. Its primarily a vehicle rescue devise. I call it multi-purpose.

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    rdecorie, Fri, 12 Mar 2010 15:45:35 UTC.

    I've had mine for many years. It is light, which is it's best feature, but also a drawback. I tried using it once to shut off gas to a house. It started to bend so I had to rely on a metal spanner. This does work great on couplings though. I've never used the seat belt cutter so I can't comment on that part. I used the window puch once or twice, but only in training. It did its job. Overall, a good tool.

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    tmoomaw, Fri, 09 Apr 2010 16:19:01 UTC.

    Light weight and very handy to keep in your gear.

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    Firecolin, Thu, 04 Nov 2010 03:31:55 UTC.

    We have them for every guy on our dept. and I have used it alot

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