If you saw someone holding Bahco’s model 31 adjustable wrench in their hand, you probably wouldn’t think twice about it — until they put it down. Then you’d notice that although one end looks like most adjustable wrenches, the other end sports alligator jaws for gripping pipes.
Hold one end to grip a pipe or fastener with the alligator jaws’ aggressively angled teeth. Hold the other end to use the slim, 32mm-capacity adjustable jaws. Bahco sets the adjustable jaws at a 15° angle to the handle, and they coat the entire 8″-long wrench with a black phosphate finish. A metric scale etched on the side shows you the approximate size of nuts or short objects.
You can buy the model 31 alligator adjustable wrench for about $30.