Witte 63011 5.5 x 100mm Maxxpro Plus Keystone Slotted Screwdriver

Witte 63011 5.5 x 100mm Maxxpro Plus Keystone Slotted Screwdriver - KC Tool
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Witte Maxxpro Plus Engineer's Screwdriver with hexagon bolster- 63010 Series

Tip size: 5.5mm
Blade length: 100mm (4")
Overall length: 207mm

MAXXPRO PLUS

Working in oily or wet conditions

Equipped with a patented, slip-resistant flocked (micro fibered) surface panel, the MAXXPRO PLUS screwdriver is the perfect tool for working in oily or wet conditions. Its remarkable ergonomics and its outstanding high torque are at their best under these more difficult conditions.

The curved longitudinal outline of the ergonomic handles enables high application forces
The proven triangle shape corresponds exactly to the ideal turning angle of the hand (120 degrees)
Good handling due to soft component on the edges
Fast turning zone from soft material makes working comfortable and safe
Matt chromium-plated blades which are permanently etched and made of the finest high alloy special steel wire in all profiles
Black blade tips for an optimal precision
Patented, slip-resistant flocked (micro fibered) surface panels
Tipstyle:
Slotted
Handlematerial:
Multi-Component Material
Indieset:
Individual Tools
Finish:
Black Finish
Tipsize:
Slotted 5.5 mm
Bladelength:
100 mm (3.9 Inches)
OAL:
200-224mm (8.0-8.9 inches)
Country of Origin:
Made in Germany
UPC/EAN:
843221013578

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  • 5
    Great driver

    Posted by Brian on Oct 25th 2015

    I really like Witte maxxpro plus screwdrivers, very good tips and well balanced. Much easier and cheaper than buying the same screwdriver with "Matco" written on the side. I wish they marked the top of the screwdriver so I didn't have to do it myself. I use an etching primer to mark the slotted drivers.