Xcelite 99MP 39-piece Series 99 Interchangeable Blade Tool Kit
Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||Apex Tool Group|
|Number of Items||1|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|UPC||037103482235 , 094716830952|
|EAN||0037103482235 , 0094716830952|
|Item Weight||2.95 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Manufacturer|
|National Stock Number||5120-01-034-8231|
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The Xcelite 99MP 39-piece Series 99 interchangeable blade tool kit includes an assortment of interchangeable handles and screwdrivers, a nut driver, and spline blades, as well as other accessories for electronics repair and maintenance. The set includes 39 pieces from the Xcelite's Series 99 interchangeable tools: two screwdriver handles, one extension, one nut driver handle, nine nut driver blades, 25 screwdriver blades, and one reamer. The handles are made from plastic, and the blades and other tools are made from alloy steel. The tool kit comes in a roll-up canvas case that is plastic coated for durability, and it includes separate pockets for each tool for organized storage and portability. Two extra pockets are included in the roll-up case for the addition of other tools (not included). The set weighs 3 lb. and it comes with an Xcelite 12-month limited warranty that ensures products will be free from defects under normal use and service.
99-series interchangeable handle, 4-1/4" length
99-series interchangeable tee-style handle, 3-1/2" length
99-series interchangeable extension, 4” length
9 Allen hex screwdriver blades, sizes: 0.050", 1/16", 5/64", 3/32", 7/64", 1/8", 9/64", 5/32", and 3/16"
9 bristol 6-flute spline screwdriver blades, sizes: 0.048”, 0.060”, 0.069”, 0.072”, 0.076”, 0.096”, 0.111”, 0.145”, and 0.183”
4 slotted screwdriver blades, sizes: 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", and 5/16"
3 Phillips screwdriver blades, sizes: No. 0, No. 1, and No. 2
Reamer, size: 1/8" x 3/8"
|99-series interchangeable magnetic nut driver, 3-5/8" length ||2 slotted bits, sizes: 3/16" and 1/4" |
2 Phillips bits, sizes: No. 1 and No. 2
|Roll-up case||12" x 22-7/8" (H x W, unrolled)|
H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right.
The Xcelite brand has been manufacturing precision hand tools for the electronics industry since 1921 and is headquartered in Sparks, MD.
What’s in the Box?
- Interchangeable screwdriver handles (quantity: 2)
- Handle extension (1)
- Interchangeable nut driver handle (1)
- Screwdriver blades (25)
- Nut driver blades (9)
- Reamer (1)
- Roll-up case (1)
Top Customer Reviews
I keep buying replacement blades as I loose, break, or wear-out individual ones. Don't misunderstand me here, I occasionally mis-use them. The #2 phillips tip does wear out, especially when it gets chucked in a cordless drill and used too from time to time. The straight blades are great for grinding to fit certain old or odd screws too.
Unfortunately Wiha moved in on the turf that Xcelite and General once had, not due to quality though.
These are still made in USA even. These are not the crappy chinese tools Cooper sells.
The kit has a good array of nut drivers, allen wrenches and torx wrenches. I believe the kit is made in the USA. The feel of the tools are quality though the roll is plastic and I think my Dad had canvas. There are parts my Dad had that are currently an option. The short handle and stubby bits are an additional cost and they are NOT made in the USA. Looking at the reviews, I'll probably avoid that kit. I use the extra space to store my Leatherman and its accessories.
Nice kit. Good memories of taking things apart... and a few of putting them back together again.
The Bristol splines are somewhat archaic (though you still might run across a Bristol drive screw in some antiquated piece of gear). I've updated my kit with Torx bits, just for fun.
The 99MP is discontinued. If you can buy one here, do it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Though this set is not universal to be used with other brands. It is of Great quality use them almost everyday.Published 21 months ago by Corey Smith