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Wera Kraftform Micro Screwdriver Set 12: 5 Slot 2 Ph 3 Hex 2 TX
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.24 x 4.53 x 2.17 inches|
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- Kraftform Micro set in a robust pouch
- Anti-roll feature and swivel cap for rapid twisting
- The Wera Black Point tip offers an exact fit and optimum corrosion protection
- Holding function for TORX screws
- E.g. for electricians, opticians, precision mechanics, jewelers or IT hardware fitters
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Wera 05073675001 Kraftform Micro-Set/12 Sb 1 Screwdriver Set for Electronic Applications
Wera Micro screwdriver set for precision mechanical work. Rapid twisting results from fixing the hand on the head and using the fast-turning zone just below. This makes time-consuming grip adjustments unnecessary. Storage and transport in a robust belt pouch – so the tool is always at hand.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Item model number : 106247
- Date First Available : December 29, 2018
- Manufacturer : Wera
- ASIN : B07M69VZZ2
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#20,055 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
- #64 in Screwdriver Sets
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In comparison, the handles of my precision Wihas just feel cheap. The plastic doesn't feel much better than the throw-away Chinese models, and there is a noticable seam where the two halves of plastic meet one another (the rest of the Wiha drivers are great, though.)
I must complain a bit about the tip selection, though. There is no Phillips 000 included, and there are more flat-headed drivers than most people will probably use. I also would've preferred to have more than 2 Torx drivers, rather than the Hex tips that are included. Also, it is unfortunate that Wera doesn't have as wide of a selection of screwdrivers available in general. For example, they do not seem to offer drivers with smaller Torx tips, like T1. Wiha definitely reigns supreme in tip selection.
I really like the case that these came in. It is quite high quality, and has extra loops inside that can easily accommodate 2 additional drivers, which is helpful if you decide to add a PH 000 or others. (You can see these extra loops utilized in one of my pictures.) It also has velcro on the back with an included self-adhesive bit to attach to various surfaces, which is a super nice thing to include. One interesting thing about this is the included piece of literature that rates how well the adhesive will adhere to various surface types. This is very German of them.
It's also worth mentioning the box these come in, even though it's not integral to the product inside. It is engineered well, and probably cost a good amount to manufacture. The extendable tab for hanging the item is strong and has very smooth sliding action. While it is probably just going to end up in the back of a closet, it is nice to see the pride the manufacturer puts into their products, and the excellent overall quality.
Overall, I am very pleased with my purchase. I know they will continue to serve me well for a long time.
But, after stripping out a cheap driver set that came with my replacement SSD, these Wera drivers are amazing. They feel fantastic in my hands, they turn effortlessly and grip the fastener with ease. Vlthe design is on point.
My only wish is that they made a Y series driver, for my MacBook battery, so I didn’t have to spend more money on an inferior set.
Now I read these Wera sets are the bees knees. I just got the set in the mail so this review will only be on my first thoughts.
I love the long shafts. The handles to me look CHEAP thin and plastic. where is the rubber to help with grip? The center thicker section is not what I call rubber. My cheap set had thick handles and the spinny palm knob and the rubber had them tiny nubs for easy grip.
now the case is all fancy but for me, I would rather have a nicely built plastic case. From reading other reviewers I'm not alone.
I'm looking at the Wiha sets. I might return these for them just because their handles are bigger.
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By the way, this set includes Torx 5, which is what you need to strip an HTC Vive wand- if you're looking for screwdrivers for that (has your trackpad stopped clicking, by any chance?), these will do the job nicely.
One tiny gotcha- these aren't magnetic. This is probably useful for those rare times where magnetism is an issue. If you need magnetic tips, the same manufacturer makes a brilliant little magnetiser/demagnetiser, which works well with these screwdrivers- Wera Star - Magnetizer/Demagnetizer, 48.0 mm
Really good-quality tools- lots of useful and hard to find sizes for fiddly small electronics. Well worth it.
If your previous experience of fine screwdrivers is a pack of "watchmakers" screwdrivers from B&Q for a fiver, these are another world - The set is nicely packaged in a roll-type pouch and there is a good variety of flat, phillips and torx heads etc. - probably not suitable if you spend your time working on mobile phones (the torx heads supplied are a little large), but for other electronics/electrical appliances, these are a great set.
Others had mentioned some of the driver tips bending, on the small 1.8 x 0.3 screwdriver I used, I had no such issue - I was using against a loctited screw and was concerned about stripping the head or jumping out and damaging the watch band, again these performed admirably. I've since used a few more of the drivers, again, with no issues.
Other issues such as the spinning top, mine move freely and do not bind - there was a bit of excess plastic flashing to mine, but easily removed with a thumbnail.
On a plus side, these are £10 cheaper than at Screwfix too!
The brand is German with manufacture there rather than redirected to Asia where the quality would likely be lower as would pricing. These will last for years, even with heavy use. The grip provided by the handles is excellent and there are areas that variously provide greater grip or greater speed or accuracy according to a task.
The roll is closed with Velcro attachments with another Velcro loop piece on the back. There is a large piece of self-adhesive hook-type Velcro in the box to stick to a flat surface, in a workroom possibly, where the roll can be stored and seen when not immediately in use. That is thoughtful and useful.
While not the least expensive of the type, the quality is among the highest possible and Wera is now the go-to brand for many professional tradespeople as well as knowledgeable DIYers supplanted other more familiar brands were the quality is less high than it once was.
The screwdrivers are not ergonomic in my opinion, they feel odd in the hand and are not grippy enough. The spinner caps are poor and they bind too much when pressed on and so then do not spin freely, which defeats their purpose. This is not acceptable in this price range, especially as spinner caps are a major feature of this screwdriver class.
The shafts and tips seem to be well made and of high quality, but as I didn't use them (they were returned) I can't say how good they are.
This was my first of Wera screwdrivers and I bought them based on online reputation, but I am very disappointed.
There must be better options out there.