When using a ratchet, sometimes the nut or bolt is loose enough that you can’t rotate the ratcheting mechanism, but tight enough that you can’t quite turn it by hand. Some ratchets provide a little thumb wheel just for spinning the socket with your fingers — but Girard Development designed a more elegant solution: a ratchet with a finger spinner on the back.
Their 3/8″ standard drive ratchet features a 72-tooth ratcheting mechanism. The direction pawl’s additional position of neutral allows you to quickly turn the socket with the spinner. A flexible plastic grip covers the handle to make the stubby ratchet more comfortable.