|Produktens mått||27.99 x 19 x 7.49 cm; 200.03 Gram|
|Produkten har slutat tillverkas||Nej|
|Stil||Kraftform Big Pack 300|
|Typ av strömkälla||Handmanövrerad|
|Är batterier inkluderade?||Nej|
Wera 05105630001 Skruvmejsel, Svart, Grön
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- Skruvmejsel för slitsade, cross-infällda stjärnskruvmejslar och Pozidriv skruvar och TORX
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- Multikomponent Kraftform-handtag för höga arbetshastigheter och ergonomisk skruvkörning
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I am a qualified heavy diesel/ tracked vehicle mechanic that packed it in after a bad motorcycle accident. I'm currently a truck owner/driver but I still fix my own motorbike, car, lorry and I do a lot of DIY so I am still active and I use just about every tool I buy. Currently I'm the process of renewing my ageing tool collection and have spent a fortune on Snap-on, Knipex, Norbar, makita, dewalt, ingersoll rand, etc. I came across these due to an actual Snap-on rep telling me about them (I had told him to his face I wasn't buying any snap-on driver unless it was a ratchet driver), he was quite adamant that Wera drivers are the best on the planet alongside Wiha. He then went into detail about how Klein, snap-on and PBswiss had not refreshed their screwdriver technology in decades and that all three of their current line-up stood absolutely no chance against Wera when It came to shaft and tip strength. I then asked about them on some of the classic truck forums and motorbike forums I joined and just about every coachbuilder,mechanic,tuner and even the admin replied saying the same basic thing> "buy them with confidence". At this point I googled the price and found them to be seriously cheap for an item that's touted as "one of the best, if not thee best". After a few good youtube review vids I ordered the big 14 pack of these kraftform 300, the big 14 pack of the VDE http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wera-105631-Kraftform-Piece-Screwdriver, the Chisel driver set with the 1/4" drive http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wera-05018283001-Chisel-driver-square-drive .. and the Long Shaft set http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wera-347735-Kraftform-Screwdriver-Pieces
All 36 drivers cost me £110 compared to £120 that Snap-on are asking for an 8-piece set. Yes. eight drivers!!
As of right now, I have rigorously tested this 300series out and they left me smiling. My findings>>>
**SCREW-HEAD FIT: I compared them to my older British made drivers and the Wera are on a completely different league, they also fit our European screw heads way better than the 90s built snap-on stubby ph2 and flathead screwdriver that I have (which were specifically designed for European made screw heads by snap-on Eurotools). They feel more snug than any screwdriver or bit that I have ever used in my lifetime and they have yet to cam-out on me on any screwhead to this day. They remove purposely rounded screwheads for fun, no doubt due to the lasertip etchings combined with the tight fit.
**THE HANDLES: Weird looking and feeling at first but ultimately they are extremely functional and they don't roll away. They allow for insane amounts of torque without feeling like they will slip out of your hand or distort/break off. The three stage handle design seems to give insane levels of torque even if you are just fingering twisting the top of the driver.
**THE SHAFTS: The smaller Wera drivers actually twist and bend less than the larger diameter shafts on my older ph3 drivers. Even the smallest flathead (0.6x3.5) the shaft is Unbendable with my full twisting strength. I'm 6ft2" and 98kg so that's about all I need to say on the matter.
**TIP STRENGTH: Indestructible!! totally indestructible in normal use. Decades of automotive abuse might just about wear the Laser etchings out. Stronger than PH3 blue point 1/2" drive socket..Tested!
As you can tell I'm a total Wera fanboy now so here is a few handy tips for using them.
-Buy the Wera star magnetizer. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wera-05003300001-Magnetising-Standard-Screwdriver/dp/B000XIZN9C?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00
They DO NOT come magnetized. The Wera star does the same thing as any magnet but its shaped so the driver can be rubbed on the critical parts. It does the same job as any old magnet but It does it quicker and it has a ceramic feeling finish so it apparently wont rub the finish off your shaft or tip. It's a demagnetizer too so it can be used to clean all the shrapnel off the tip by simply waving the screwdriver tip past the back of it. Its only cheap so I added it up and I'm glad I did just for its magnetic cleaning properties. Shrapnel sticking to my tools is a pet hate of mine.
-Don't waste your time putting any pushing force into these drivers. The laser tip allows for practically no pushing force and it still wont cam-out even on a rounded head. I found I had to put a fair old bit of pushing force into my older screwdrivers to get them to even grip 2nd hand screwheads. These drivers can be treated as self-gripping.
JOBS DONE!!! 10/10 Wera you legends!!
Granskad i Storbritannien den 19 april 2019
The bite on them are great and have tried them on several badly damaged screw heads and they make light work of them. The difference is very noticeable if your are used to using cheap sets, you would't think they could make doing a job so much easier. Fantastic quality, will never buy cheap again, at this price and my light usage i imagine them lasting many years to come. I also bought there chisel driver set and again very good quality, once you use these you will not want a cheap set again. Mine are in a tool bag but the racks come included for those who may want to hand them up in a shed or garage.
Just ONE more flat-head driver (a large one) would have gone a long way towards improving this kit. Two more flat-head drivers (medium and large) would have made it perfect. As it is, it's strangely lacking, so I'm docking a star.