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•Flexible design delivers torque at multiple angles for max reach and efficiency
What does this even mean? How does the shaft flexing allow for torque at multiple angles? You can't put it on the nut after you start applying torque. Seems to me that flexing would require a greater angle before full torque was applied. All angles less than that angle need to be clear of obstructions.
And what does "Multiple angles" mean here? I can see that if the square end were angled slightly your socket would be slightly twisted... then flipping the socket to one side or the other would give you slightly different starting angles. But the flats seem to line up with the hinge, so that's not it.
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