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Wiha 65090 Proturn Precision Slotted and Phillips Screwdriver Set, 9 Piece
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|System of Measurement||Metric|
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Edit: I've used these for a few weeks now. The shafts rotated in the handles on a couple of the screwdrivers, and pushed up into one of the handles.
The only Con is that there is no marking on the top of the screwdriver to indicate Philips or Flat.
If this kit in particular had more sizes of Philips, it would be a bit more useful. If it had Philips, flat, Torx, and Tri-wing it would be a royal flush. But for filling out a toolbag or, as in my case, replacing a stolen set of flatheads, I'd say you can't go wrong with Wiha.
Turn them clocker-wise and they tighten screws ( unless they're left-hand thread, of course).
Turn them contrary-clocker-wise and they loosen screws (unless they're left-hand thread)..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have used a lot of wish screwdrivers and they are always high quality, these haven't seen a lot of use yet Citibank doubts about everlasting along while.Published 2 months ago by Jason Cheers
the best damn screwdriver I ever had, if you work a lot inside industrial electrical panelPublished 20 months ago by Brayan C.
This is my carry-around set. It's a nice mix of Philips head and metric slotted drivers. Wiha is the real deal for jeweler's screwdrivers. Read morePublished 22 months ago by The Bear
(I haven't used the black Wiha's) Howvever, don't read the negative reviews. WIHA makes superior alloys, therefore these are going to be roughly twice as strong as a regular chrome... Read morePublished on July 17, 2014 by Charles Seiler
Among the best tools I have used. Very sturdy and precise. You've never used a screwdriver before using one of these. You can almost 'feel' the screw as its turning.Published on May 18, 2014 by Paulo