If you find yourself frustrated switching between flats and clipless pedals with your basic spanner or multitool, this pedal wrench if for you. Perfect for quick at home or on trail pedal swaps. Light enough to throw in my frame bag but no issues with durability so far. Definitely would not recommend for high use cases like in a bike shop but a great tool to have at home.
Narrow wrench so you don't bash your fingers or scratch things up, rubber grip, slightly angled opening, and a hole for hanging if that's how you want to store it. Can't ask for anything else in this simple tool.
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
...Instead buy a Park Tool pedal wrench. It has a slimmer profile so it wont chew up your crankarms. As long as I'm writing this review I will say I like the PW-4 better because it has 2 angled slots so you can always get the best leverage on cranks that are never going to sit still. But the PW-5 does fine so long as you are not changing pedals daily on a rental fleet.