• VDE insulated for safe working with loads up to 1,000V
• Features premium lasertip which bites into the screw head
• Kraftform handle which uniquely fits to the shape of the hand during screwdriver use
• Blade length: 100mm
• Tip: Pozidriv PZ2Wera series 165I Pozidriv insulated screwdrivers are tested individually for dielectric strength under a load of 10,000 volts so as to ensure safe working with loads up to 1,000 volts. They have a premium Lasertip, a tip which has a laser roughened surface which literally bites into the screw head, reducing cam-out and eliminating the need for two-handed screwdriving.
They have a significantly extended service life due to bit-grade steel used in all Wera screwdrivers and have the patented Kraftform handle which is ergonomic, multi-component and which uniquely fits to the shape of the hand during screwdriver use, reducing fatigue and increasing speed. Smooth, soft zones offer improved grip, hard zones allow easy hand repositioning.
Blade Length, 100mmTip, Pozidriv PZ2
Anyone claiming that 'A screwdriver is a just screwdriver' would surely change their views after trying those made by industry leaders Wera.
The old expression 'you get what you pay for' is particularly appropriate in relation to screwdrivers, and the Wera design and manufacturing process in producing them is a lot more involved than most tradesmen would imagine.
Whereas many discerning tool users associate Stabila with top quality levels, Marshalltown with the best trowels, and Knipex as the pinnacle in pliers, others regard Wera screwdrivers and bits as the ultimate in design and quality. Their range of truly innovative products is designed to make the job easier.
It is only after trying Wera screwdrivers that the difference in quality and performance between them and cheaper alternatives becomes apparent. At Wera, the focus is on the professional and industrial user, and because Wera specialise in producing screw fastening solutions, they are not involved with any other product types.
End users have often provided Wera with feedback for product innovation, and even minor suggestions have been developed in making Wera products different-- e.g. the 'roll stop' on the Wera screwdriver handle to avoid the problem of 'the disappearing screwdriver', and the renowned 'Kraftform' handle with its hard and soft zones that are arranged so that right zones come into use depending on the force required.
Wera is a family owned company with over 60 years experience in screwdriver and bit design and manufacturing, and have 2,500 plus products in their portfolio.
The Wera range contains many variations on sets and combinations. Screwdriver bits can be classed as 'consumables' because they are a necessity and they can be frequently mislaid. Compact displays feature loose bar coded screwdrivers which are clearly marked for easy identification.