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6-Piece Wera Kraftform Plus 160i/6 Insulated Screwdriver Set EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 6-Piece Wera Kraftform Plus 160i/6 Insulated Professional Screwdriver Set on sale for $28.46. Shipping is free. Thanks tko-rock

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This screwdriver set features Lasertip Slotted and Phillips drive tips and rack. Multi-component Kraftform handle fits the shape to the hand for the ultimate in comfort and high speed torque transfer. Includes a limited lifetime warranty (German engineered) - Discombobulated

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Best price I've seen in a few months. Shipped free with Prime


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Nice find OP! Bought that same set for the same price in June.
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Player price!!!
Only downfall to this set is the small flathead screwdriver. It's terribly thin and brittle lol
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If you don't do a lot of high voltage electrical works, is there a point in these over the standard Wera Kraftform set?
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If you don't do a lot of high voltage electrical works, is there a point in these over the standard Wera Kraftform set?

I use them for low-voltage electronics work to mitigate electric discharge that may impact sensitive components. These are very similar to the features of the standard Were Kraftform set (ergonomics, laser tip, and etc) with the addition of the insulating properties. [Updated Note] It appears that the Wera Kraftform Plus 334/6 Screwdriver Set is a few dollars cheaper; but for me, the price difference for the electrical properties is worth the money.
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Awesome price, but have gotten by with my Kleins. Don't do enough to warrant a whole set.
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I had been thinking of getting a Wera 05345290001 or a Wiha Phillips #000 for the past two weeks -- I need something really small to take out the phillips screw that tighens my ATI 6870's graphic card backplate (it is really small) securing the heatsink onto the main graphics chip.

I am not sure if it is #000 (2 mm) or whether I need something smaller (1.5mm diameter)?

Anyone can chime in and help me figure out which one I need?
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I had been thinking of getting a Wera 05345290001 or a Wiha Phillips #000 for the past two weeks -- I need something really small to take out the phillips screw that tighens my ATI 6870's graphic card backplate (it is really small) securing the heatsink onto the main graphics chip.

I am not sure if it is #000 (2 mm) or whether I need something smaller (1.5mm diameter)?

Anyone can chime in and help me figure out which one I need?

I can't imagine it would be any smaller than the #000. I have the full Eclipse precision set of screwdrivers (I could not afford the full Wera precision set at the time) and I don't have anything smaller than a #000 in a Philips.
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Sick price for what they are, but I'd bite if it has some other types pf bit and not just Philips and flat heads ... regrettably pass.
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I use them for low-voltage electronics work to mitigate electric discharge that may impact sensitive components. These are very similar to the features of the standard Were Kraftform set (ergonomics, laser tip, and etc) with the addition of the insulating properties. [Updated Note] It appears that the Wera Kraftform Plus 334/6 Screwdriver Set is a few dollars cheaper; but for me, the price difference for the electrical properties is worth the money.

Look at their ESD safe tools. Wiha makes a bunch too. ESD safe tools are actually slightly (meg ohm) conductive. ESD work surfaces and wrist straps go a long long way.
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Not bad.
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Best price I've seen in a few months. Shipped free with Prime


https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0085NTQJK
Very nice set for 3x the price. I use them for everything electrical around the house. No brainer under $30.
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This is a good deal, but I also found the kit that includes square drives and fewer small flatheads for $8 more. Personally, I think that the square drives will be of more use than the small flats.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00024JWQ2
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Look at their ESD safe tools. Wiha makes a bunch too. ESD safe tools are actually slightly (meg ohm) conductive. ESD work surfaces and wrist straps go a long long way.

Totally agree. I've looked at their ESD tools Nice stuff. I've been coveting a master set of the precision screwdrivers from them if the price ever comes within range. I have a small collection of the Eclipse ESD products; but they do not compare in quality to Wera and Wiha.
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