- “ Not only does this baby come in handy for on-the-job repairs, it can also be used as an effective weapon. Use it to smack enemies around the chops at close range of launch multi-strike combo attacks - and even throw it with pinpoint accuracy. The OmniWrench 3000 is also magnetically charged, so that it can pick up and loose bolts that are lying around. ”
- ―Survival Guide Weapon Description [ToD]
OmniWrench 3000 was the wrench used by Ratchet in Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction. It was apparently an older version than the OmniWrench 8000 - due to its name - but, as a weapon, it could inflict relatively the same amount of damage. The wrench also had the ability to magnetize and pick up bolts.
In PlayStation Move Heroes, the wrench is used by Ratchet while he is competing in the games. When Gleeber and Lunk are telling the heroes about how they will replace them, Gleeber is seen holding a heavily damaged OmniWrench 3000.
- As seen in Concept Art, the OmniWrench 3000 was originally going to appear in the first game Ratchet & Clank [verification needed] and there was a model thereof in A Crack in Time.
- Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction (first appearance)
- Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty Template:Flashback only
- Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time (cut content)
- Ratchet & Clank: Issue 1: Ears of War
- ↑ Named in the "Survival Guide" instruction booklet for Tools of Destruction
|Wrenches in the Ratchet & Clank series|
|Game||Ratchet & Clank||Going Commando||Up Your Arsenal||Size Matters||Deadlocked||Secret Agent Clank||Tools of Destruction||Quest for Booty||A Crack in Time||All 4 One||Full Frontal Assault||Into the Nexus||Ratchet & Clank (PS4)|
|Primary wrenches||8000|| 8000|
|12000||10K||Versa-Wrench Lite||10K||3000||Millenium 12||Millenium 12||Millenium 12||Millenium 12||Millenium 12||8000|