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Best price I've seen on some great tools!

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Checkout amazon.de. I bought a bunch of Wera tools off there. Shipping is slow, but way cheaper then buying in the US. You can use the same log in as your amazon.com account. Note, the prices they show include 20% vat (tax), so when you check out and ship to the us, they will deduct the VAT in the checkout flow. Given the euro dollar exchange rate its close to a wash.. this tool set is running $61 dollars (pull vat off, and do the euro to usd exchange). Shipping is usually $6-10 usd, but will take 2 weeks.
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Nice set, love the Wera tools I have, but I would need to use something like this daily to justify the price.
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Every Wera deal thread is like tool porn.

Must resit.
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Nice set, love the Wera tools I have, but I would need to use something like this daily to justify the price.
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If only I had the need....Wera tools drool
Thanks OP for sharing
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Same price at an Ebay seller (no tax and Ebay cash redeemable), 7 units remained as of this writing:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Wera-050...SwkLhaBLdA
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Does anyone even use the posi-drive bits? I have never seen them in daily use.
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Does anyone even use the posi-drive bits? I have never seen them in daily use.

Posi-drive is actually used more frequently than you'd think. I believe a lot of Ikea things use that bit, but most just use a phillip instead. My issue with this (I have a smaller set) is that part that holds the bits is large and gets in the way.
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Look like there are quite a bit of duplicate bits in there.
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Does anyone even use the posi-drive bits? I have never seen them in daily use.
I just put together an Ikea kitchen. Posi-drive is radically better then phillips or flat head. Posi-drive grips the screw, so you can put some force into it even if you can't get a good angle to also push down. I'm not actually sure why Phillips or flat head is ever used, its crap, guessing it's some sort of business-asshole-ry like most things that don't make sense.
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I just put together an Ikea kitchen. Posi-drive is radically better then phillips or flat head. I'm not actually sure why Phillips or flat head is ever used, its crap. Posi-drive grips the screw, so you can put some force into it even if you can't get a good angle to also push down.
There are historical reason why they were developed, used, and popular. For phillips, it's a built-in torque limiter. With modern power tools, this isn't necessary anymore. But momentum is a powerful thing...
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There are historical reason why they were developed, used, and popular. For phillips, it's a built-in torque limiter. With modern power tools, this isn't necessary anymore. But momentum is a powerful thing...
Wow, so you are saying that stripping the screw head is a feature, not a bug?
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That's allot of money to spend for bits. Bits don't last forever, and the Milwaukee also have teeth to grip although with an impact it doesn't make a difference as you will break the screw before it strips
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That's allot of money to spend for bits. Bits don't last forever, and the Milwaukee also have teeth to grip although with an impact it doesn't make a difference as you will break the screw before it strips

I tend to agree. Don't me wrong, I know this is a quality set, but the price is still too high.

$70 and maybe
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Worked for me.
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Worked for me.
I used the ebay link posted above. Trying to skip the tax.
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