Wera 051105 Stubby Bitholding Screwdriver

Wera 051105 Stubby Bitholding Screwdriver - KC Tool
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List Price: $11.16
$9.48
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SKU:
WR051105
Availability:
1
Stock Status:
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Wera Kraftform 811/1 Bitholding Screwdriver, Hexagon 1/4" Head x 10mm Shaft

Wera Kraftform handles features a large contact zone that provides a large amount of friction with the soft zones. Integrated soft zones in handle bulge, transfer high tightening/loosening forces without losing contact with screws. Precision zone at blade provides better feel for rotational angle during fine adjustment work. Anti-roll protection stops screwdrivers from rolling away at the workplace.

Features extra short blade for 1/4" hexagon insert bits, 1/4" x 10mm shaft

Wera's experience of narrow tolerance manufacturing techniques and careful material selection helps deliver maximum safety at work

For 1/4" hexagon insert bits and Wera Series 1

Single-component Kraftform handle fits the shape to the hand erasing the physical stresses of screwdriving

Limited Lifetime Warranty, German Engineered

Manufacturer Part #: 05051105001
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.
Features:
Stubby
Handlematerial:
Single Material
Indieset:
Individual Tools
OAL:
39-74mm (1.5-2.9 inches)
Country of Origin:
Made in Czech Republic
UPC/EAN:
4013288133724

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  • 5
    Great shape and size

    Posted by Levi Marmon on Sep 11th 2019

    Good stubby size and feels good in hand

  • 5
    Awesome stubby

    Posted by NF on Feb 11th 2019

    This little thing is just what my KK-25 set that I keep in my glovebox needed. Anyone whom has worked on a car knows you need stubby screwdrivers.

  • 5
    Great Stubby

    Posted by Jeff Bode on Aug 17th 2018

    Was using the #1PH end of a cheap double-bit stubby to remove the #3PH-headed screw that holds the group screen on my espresso maker. A lot of force required to avoid slipping. Got this just so I could use the right bit and make the work a lot easier, but the handle shape is a bonus, it fits no matter how I hold it. Great deal on a great stubby driver.

  • 5
    Great quality

    Posted by J on Aug 3rd 2018

    Holds bits well, comfortable to use.

  • 4
    Compact Stubby.

    Posted by Sophat Ngim on May 23rd 2018

    Strong bitholding magnet. Feels solid. A little smaller than I expected but that just makes it even more compact.

  • 5
    wera bitholding stubby

    Posted by Tim Walding on Dec 18th 2017

    What a great little tool. Magnet is super strong for holding bits. Love the handle. It makes me want to purchase more wera screwdrivers.

  • 5
    Stubby bit holding screwdriver

    Posted by Tim Walding on Dec 11th 2017

    This is one of the best stubby holders out there the magnet is super strong to hold the bits in place. The handle shape fits great in the hand for extra torque needed in certain situations.

  • 5
    good quality and feel

    Posted by E. Johnson on Sep 15th 2014

    Good quality and feel, holds bits tightly. When in the holder, 1" bits are magnetized enough to pick up multiple other 1" bits, but after removal the bits are not permanently magnetized.