This high-quality, professional reversible stubby screwdriver from RS PRO has been designed with the best quality in mind. The screwdriver features a hexagonal centre section blade with a ball retention device and comes supplied with two blades. Specially shaped handle guarantees anti-slip and comfortable operation. It is supplied with the most common bits manufactured from extra durable, chrome vanadium steel. It is a perfect hand tool for both professionals and DIY enthusiasts.
Features & Benefits:
• Two interchangeable blades with a ball retention device
• Ergonomically designed and comfortable handle for easy operation and higher torque made from indestructible cellulose acetate
• Red colour for easy identification
• Constructed from durable materials that guarantee long-life operation
• Heat treated steel to HRC 48 ~ 56
• Supplied with slotted & Philips bits
• Compact size - Overall length (blade fitted): 75 mm
This screwdriver is typically used by professional tradesmen, engineers or those wishing to complete DIY. The screwdriver is one of the most essential hand tools in any workman’s kit. There are many situations and professions where a screwdriver is integral to carrying out a specific task revolving around loosening or tightening fasteners. Most common screwdriver types such as flat-blade and cross-recess have a very wide range of application. Only tip size determines if a tool is suitable for the desired application or not. They are commonly used for:
• Mechanical and industrial production
• Fastening wood to metal
Speciality screwdrivers such as TORX, Hex, Tri-Wing etc. are designed for specific applications such as:
• Electronics repairs
• Opening consoles - Xbox/ PlayStation
• Opening Mobile phones
• Opening MacBooks
Approvals & Certification:
Is this screwdriver magnetised?
No, this screwdriver is not magnetised but can be simply magnetised by using one of magnetisers available here at RS e.g. 667-3471
Is this screwdriver VDE approved?
No, this screwdriver cannot be used with electric devices as it hasn't been designed to work under any voltage.
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