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Wiha 36290 6-Piece Torx MagicSpring Screwdriver Set with Soft Finish Handles

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Brand Name Wiha
EAN 0084705362908
Manufacturer Warranty Description 100-Percent satisfaction guaranteed
Number of Items 1
Part Number 36290
UNSPSC Code 27111701
UPC 084705362908

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Product Features

  • MagicSpring holds screws securely
  • Doesn't weaken tool or interfere with use
  • Stainless laser welded spring and guard
  • Hardened tool steel blades
  • Exact fit precision machined torx tips

Product Description

Product Description

6 Piece MagicSpring SoftFinish Cushion Grip Torx Screw Holding Screwdriver Set includes:Torx: T8, T10, T15, T20, T25, T30Laser welded assemblyHolds screws securelyWon't damage screwsDoesn't weaken toolFeaturing advanced technology dual material molding.A remarkable improvement in handle design, comfort and performance.The SoftFinish ergonomic shape allows maximum torque and user comfort.Wiha exclusive "SoftFinish Zone" features solid molded core with soft outer cushion grip. Requires less force, yet achieves 40% more torque than conventional handles.Blade is made of Wiha's exclusive formula Chrome-Vanadium-Molybdenum tool steel, super hardened and hard chrome finish for unmatched durability.Wiha tips are precision machined to exact tolerances for a perfect fit every time.Handle is molded directly onto the blade for a permanent bond.Large optimized handle diameter allows higher torque with less user hand fatigue.

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Wiha 36290 MagicSpring screw holding torx screwdriver set. Six piece set includes T8, T10, T15, T20, T25, T30. Round blade high alloy chrome-vanadium molybdenum steel, hardened, hard chromed. Stainless steel rotary spring holds screws securely. Doesn't weaken tool or interfere with use. Stainless laser welded spring and guard. Hardened tool steel blades. Exact fit precision machined torx tips. Guaranteed quality made in Germany.

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  • ASIN: B000T9ZPUW
  • Item model number: 36290
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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These Torx drivers, unlike some of Wiha's other screwdrivers, are actually made in Germany. The rubber grip is extremely comfortable and "grippy" and the size of the handle provide a lot of torque at the head. You can tell the bit ends of these Torx drivers are very well machined and, as one would expect, they fit inside of a Torx screw like the proverbial glove. It's hard to say how much the "MagicSpring" design helps, but when you unscrew a Torx bolt, they do seem to "stick" to the end of the driver. Finally, it should be noted that the picture shows a T40, but the set's largest driver is a T30. None-the-less, a T30 size is as large as most Torx screws one would normally encounter, but as the size goes up the drivers do get more expensive. The T30 from Wiha, alone, sells for over $10.

The above said, I would highly recommend this set of Wiha Torx drivers.
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