Wera 004034 Zyklop Ratchet 3/8" Drive w/ Switch Lever

Wera 004034 Zyklop Ratchet 3/8" Drive w/ Switch Lever - KC Tool
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List Price: $66.99
$44.95
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SKU:
WR004034
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Wera Zyklop Metal 8004 B 3/8-inch Drive Ratchet
Designed for working in confined spaces.
Slimmer than conventional ratchets with smaller ratchet head, but longer handle length for more leverage.
Made from full metal - chrome molybdenum - for durabilty and the longest service life.
For users requiring frequent direction reversal.
"Flick" switch to change direction.
Socket and accessory locking function for complete tool security.
The ultra fine 72 tooth action 5, yet immensely strong ratchet mechanism is achieved by a multi-tooth wedge design which spreads the load.
The "sculptured" handle gives added comfort during intensive or high torque use.
Sets and accessories available in 1/4-inch, 3/8-inch and 1/2-inch sizesManufacturer Part #: 05004034001

All Wera professional hand tools are covered by a lifetime warranty against breakage due to defects in materials or workmanship for the normal life of the product. This policy does not cover products which have been altered in any way, and products which have been subject to abuse, misuse, negligence, or improper storage. Bits, bitholders and L-keys are also not covered under this warranty policy as they are considered consumable. Wera Tools reserves the right to inspect warranty claims before replacements are issued. Return transportation costs are not included, however Wera will send replacement tools at no cost. Any claims for reasons other than those noted here must be approved by Wera Tools Inc., or its authorized representatives.

Return tools for warranty replacement directly to KC Tool. All returns are subject to inspection prior to replacement.
Handlematerial:
Bare
Indieset:
Individual Tools
OAL:
200-224mm (8.0-8.9 inches)
Ratchetdrivesize:
3/8 Inch Square Drive
Features:
Ratcheting
Country of Origin:
Made in Czech Republic
UPC/EAN:
4013288174048

17 Reviews

  • 5
    Great to use!

    Posted by Joe Erthal on Sep 10th 2020

    I use this in the field and it’s great for working in tight spaces with the number of teeth it has. Ergonomic handle is great too.

  • 5
    Well built and tight tolerance

    Posted by Mitchell Lynch on Sep 4th 2020

    This ratchet is phenomenal. Well built and it has heft to it. Long enough to get some real leverage on stuck nuts. The gear is tight and allows for operation in some tight spots.

  • 4
    Ratchet

    Posted by nelson paree on Aug 9th 2020

    Really nice ratchet. I would have given it 5 stars but it doesn't appear this ratchet is able to be rebuilt.

  • 5
    Finally a Good Rachet

    Posted by Eric Ragot on Jun 5th 2020

    I upgraded my 30 year old craftsman ratchets. I love the Wera. Nice feel, nice heft, and the Wera logo in the details.

  • 5
    PERFECT

    Posted by Zachary Nolette on May 4th 2020

    This little guy is awesome! Tight tolerances on everything and the large number of teeth give me options when working in tight places. The texture is also really easy to clean and the locking function means I'll never lose another socket when banging around my engine compartment.

  • 5
    Right on Par

    Posted by Jahn Knight on Jan 6th 2020

    The 3/8” drive ratchet is right on par with the 1/4” I already own except it is superior in one area. The size of the wrench makes it even more comfortable than it’s smaller brother and inasmuch makes it my choice for certain applications. The only drawback is of the smallest variety in that I wish it were an inch shorter. The length is what honestly makes me have to use the 1/4” drive in certain areas but if it were an inch shorter I could just stick exclusively with the 3/8 drive.

  • 5
    Slim feel, long handle with fine action

    Posted by Rodney Brenneman on Oct 5th 2018

    This ratchet has a nice slim feel compared with others I've owned, which I like. The ratchet action is very fine with minimal 'wobble'. Release is firm enough not to accidentally push but easy to use. Reversing lever is easy to use but firm enough not to bump accidentally. Great ratchet!

  • 5
    Must-have ratchet for mechanics.

    Posted by Schäfer on Mar 29th 2018

    I bought the 3/8" Wera Zyklops Metal ratchet about a month ago and put it to the test. I've used it almost every day in the shop under very harsh conditions. This is one tough tool. I figured since German engineering is top notch, I'd put this tool through it's paces and abuse it a little and it exceeded my expectations. Aside from it's superb durability, it performs excellent. The matte finish feels great to the touch and holds up great as far as I can tell. It's a very thin ratchet with a low profile and narrow head which makes it great for working in cramped engine bays. The handle swells near the bottom in width and profile, making it very comfortable to use. It's 72 teeth make loosening fasteners in tight spots a breeze. The mechanism has very little back-drag, so it will still ratchet even on loosened bolts. The anvil holds sockets very tight, so there is little wobble. The lever works great, it never sticks and it moves between forward and reverse very easily - it's the smoothest lever I've used. It's also shaped like Wera's logo which is a nice detail, it shows their dedication to their product and attention to design. It also make operating the lever easier when you try to thumb it with oily hands. It's recessed so you won't accidentally reverse it while working on a car. The only drawback I could see is the laser-etched writing as opposed to the engraved markings typically used for American tools. But the writing hasn't worn or faded as of yet.

  • 4
    great

    Posted by garrison.bogdahn on Jan 5th 2018

    its a great ratchet and works great but is just a little bit pricier than a lot of ratchets . toatally worth it though