Updated August 19, 2020 by Alexander Rennie

The 7 Best Wrench Rolls

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This wiki has been updated 4 times since it was first published in May of 2020. Keeping wrenches and other hand tools organized is important, but bulky toolboxes and bags aren’t always practical to carry around. Soft fabric wrench rolls are a convenient alternative that are designed to hold instruments neatly in pockets and roll up for secure storage. We've assembled a list of high-quality options, made with a variety of materials and pocket options. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.

1. Dickies Work Gear

2. ToolGuards Set

3. Carhartt Legacy

Editor's Notes

August 13, 2020:

Chances are if you’re in the market for a wrench roll, you already have the tools to fill it. If not, we included the ToolGuards Set, an option that includes a full set of wrenches. But, if you’d prefer to choose your own set, consider these wrench sets to find the one you’d like. Just make sure the roll you choose will fit the number of wrenches in the set.

The great part about wrench rolls is that they can be used to store other instruments as well. Their slim pockets can organize paintbrushes and artist supplies, or even cooking knives.

If wrench rolls like these don’t provide the storage space or organization you’re looking for, consider a tool chest or tool bag. These options are definitely larger and less convenient to carry around, but they can handle a lot more tools and tend to offer more organization as well.

4. Capri Tools Pouch

5. Hersent Super Roll

6. Qees Organizer

7. Custom Leathercraft 1173


Alexander Rennie
Last updated on August 19, 2020 by Alexander Rennie

Alex Rennie is a writer from Los Angeles, CA, and holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Missouri. Having been a successful residential and commercial carpenter for six years in New York City, he has a comprehensive knowledge of woodworking, power tools, and the world of home DIY. His passion for construction and carpentry keep him up to date on the latest gadgets and techniques, and he never misses an opportunity to patch up a drywall dent or sand down a rough edge. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking the Santa Monica mountains with his family and their dogs, and fostering rescue animals.


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