Torx and Screwdriver Set

Stock Number: ES1526158

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 (24 customers)

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Description

This handy tool is a 14-in-1 stubby ratchet screwdriver set to help with all of your fixing needs!

The kit includes:

  • 3 Settings - forward, reverse and fixed
  • Supplied with 7 x 32mm long double ended bits
  • Phillips, slotted, torx, hex and square combination bits
  • Full kit contents: Square: 1, 2 Hex: 4, 5mm Phillips: PH1, PH2, PH3 Slotted: 3, 4, 5mm Torx: T15, T20, T25, T30

Specifications:

  • Handle size: 67 x 40 mm
  • Handle colour: Red or Blue
  • Length: 125mm
  • Tip length: 32mm
  • Blade length: 20mm
  • Weight: 0.14kg

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 (24 customers)
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  • did the job i wanted.

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    By - bolton

    only used just the once,will come in handy in future.
  • Handy wee set for working on electrical appliances

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    By - Scotland

    Lets you apply a lot of torque with just one hand, so its good for releasing tight screws that might have been in for a while. I find it very useful, and reach for it for most jobs.
  • Handy, but limited.

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    By - Milton Keynes

    I bought this tool as I needed torx bits to undo the screws on my Bosch washing machine. For this purpose it was not very useful because one of the screws was the teeny weeny T10 size which wasn't included and the driver shaft was too short to undo some of the recessed screws. Other than that, it's quite a handy tool, but bear in mind its limitations. Probably better to go for bigger range of torx keys or drivers for fixing appliances.

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  • Q Will it it help with damaged screws!!! 1 Answer

    By Ian - 06 February 2012

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      Unlikely depending on the degree of damage. If badly damaged the only way is to use a reverse thread screw extractor (good tool shops) and a pair of pliars/grips.

      By SimonofBklnd - Surrey - 09 March 2012