Wera 050005 Nut Extractor

Wera 050005 Nut Extractor - KC Tool
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List Price: $1.78
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SKU:
WR050005
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Wera Nut Extractor, 14.0 x 43.0 mm

For removing nuts from Wera Holding Function (HF) sockets

Manufacturer Part #: 05050005001

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.
Indieset:
Individual Tools
OAL:
39-74mm (1.5-2.9 inches)
Country of Origin:
Made in Taiwan
UPC/EAN:
4013288192554

4 Reviews

  • 4
    Does the job!

    Posted by Andrew on May 6th 2020

    It does it's job just right! I wish it came on a slightly larger key ring though because it sometimes binds on it a bit... regardless, throw it on your tool bag and keep it with you for the next time a nut gets wedged inside your socket

  • 5
    Tiny helper

    Posted by Sam on Apr 14th 2020

    Works great! Removes the Tiniest bolt!

  • 3
    nut extractor

    Posted by Kerry Buffenmyer on Apr 14th 2020

    not really that useful?

  • 5
    It’s the small things that count

    Posted by Daryl Howard on Jan 21st 2020

    Just another small tool to stick in the bag to get me out of a pinch