Why bother with an entire set of wrenches, when just one can do the job? Introducing the “Aperture Wrench” by Jordan Steranka, a designer from Seattle. What sets Aperture apart from the others is its camera shutter-inspired head that manually expands and contracts in the center to allow it to fit a wide range of nut sizes. Users control the expansion with a dial on its head, which has a concave shape for easy access. There’s also a unique light ring surrounding the aperture that activates at the push of a button for tasks with poor lighting. Continue reading to see how it works.