9 Piece Torx Head Screwdriver Set

Stock Number: ES1251179

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Rated 4.4 out of 5 (162 customers)

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Will this part fit my appliance?

This product is compatible with:

  • Cookers & Hobs
  • Dishwashers
  • Fridges & Freezers
  • Tumble Dryers
  • Vacuum Cleaners
  • Washing Machines

Description

Before setting out to do an appliance repair we recommend that you check what kind of tools you'll need. The torx head screwdriver is also referred to as a star head screwdriver as it's defined by its 6 point star-shaped fitting. The star head screwdriver is a frequently required appliance repair tool that not many people have readily available, so why not add it to your eSpares order if you know you'll need it.

To insert the Torx key that you are using locate and align the matching key sized slots in the handle and pass the short length of the key into the tool. Twist the red end to offset the holes and hold the tool in place. See the picture on the product description.

This kit includes 9 pieces. The durable metal bits are made of Chrome Vanadium Steel with a satin finish for the toughest of jobs!

Kit includes:

  • T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30, T40, T45, T50 Heads
  • Interchangeable Handle

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Product Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 (162 customers)
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  • At last a good set of Torx

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    By - Loughborough

    The set whilst not the cheapest is the best so far, they have all the usual sizes and are strong enough for heavy use, thanks E Spares
  • For those screw heads you thought were impossible to undo

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    By - Jersey

    This is an excellent kit comprising of the screw heads you never knew existed. A complete set and very handy to have.
  • good quality

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    By - Crewe

    The right tools to do a good job,Quality feel to them should last a long time at a good price and delivered on time.

Ask & Answer

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  • Q How long is the t20 torx in this set 3 Answers

    By alz46 - west midlands - 19 March 2010

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      2.00mm

      By Fredr - London - 30 April 2010

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      Long length - 11cm Short length - 2cm

      By Heather54321 - Southampton - 24 April 2010

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      T20 is approx 9cm in length (10cm inc the curve) not sure what oyu mean by needing a star head screwdriver, these are like allen keys.

      By Squidy - Manchester - 27 March 2010

  • Q Will this Torx set allow me to undo the "screw" on my Miele fridge ice box door ? 1 Answer

    My original order Number was 52911420

    By A R LEA - Jersey - 29 May 2015

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      If the screw is a normal 'six pointed star' type Torx type it is suitable.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 29 May 2015

  • Q Will this remove the outer casing of a karcher pressure cleaner? 1 Answer

    By Phil - Maidstone - 12 January 2015

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      Yes, or Stock Number: ES1637265

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 13 January 2015

  • Q Does this Torx 9pc set contain correct size to remove Dyson DC14 clutch cover ? 1 Answer

    Watched the belt replace clip, and need to replace small clutch belt. Looks a small Torx size to take off clutch end cover and this set starts at T10 - does it include correct size for that Job and if so which one is it - T10 I assume ? Thanks.

    By Anonymous - 07 April 2014

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      The Torx T10 screws used on your Dyson clutch can be removed by this tool kit.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 08 April 2014

  • Q Screwdriver for 3-star screws. 1 Answer

    I wish to dismantle a Morphy Richard electric iron, made in China. These and similar irons use recessed screws with a 3-star head. Any suitable screwdriver?

    By John - Isle of Man - 07 April 2014

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      The kit Stock Number: ES1526160 contains 4 different 'triwing' bits

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 08 April 2014