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Handle resists slippage. Heat-treated and tempered shank. Deep ribbed design. Hard point. Handle resists oil, gas, and water. For scribing metal, starting holes, and a variety of piercing and punching jobs.
Since 1857, the company operated by Mathias Klein and his descendants to the fifth generation, has grown and developed along with the telecommunications and electrical industries where Klein pliers first found major usages. Today, Klein Tools, Inc. represents much more than Klein pliers. The company's product line has broadened to include virtually every major type of hand tool used in construction, electronics, mining, and general industry in addition to the electrical and telecommunications fields. Klein offers a lifetime warranty on material defects and workmanship for the normal life of the product. The Klein 650 Cushion-Grip Scratch Awl comes in handy when a pencil or marker does not show up very well on any material you need to mark. It scribes metal, starts screw holes, performs a variety of piercing and punching jobs. This professional, heavy-duty, hard-pointed awl is easy to use, and it lasts longer than a pencil or pen. The 3-1/2-inch rigid, chrome-plated, heat-treated, tempered-steel shank has full reinforcing bolster at handle for extra strength and for handle impact reinforcement. With an overall length of 7-7/8 inches (200 mm), this awl has internal flanges that provide a solid shank anchor, and the cushion-Grip handle allows for greater comfort. The Klein 650 Cushion-Grip Scratch Awl is sold one item per package.
Klein makes high quality hand tools and I purchase them whenever I can, this awl is first class.Published 1 month ago by Jeff Harris
This awl has a handle that is easy to grip and I found I can use the heel of my hand to "drive" it into soft woods to start a hole for screws or center marks. Read morePublished 1 month ago by dan b
This is a quality tool. It's not the cheapest available, but a pleasure to use when the need arises.Published 2 months ago by M&M
Klein scratch awl is a well made tool. I should get years of use out of it, very sharp pointPublished 5 months ago by hjm1121
Superb - if you can afford Klein you will be extremely happy with themPublished 7 months ago by J. Blankenship