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Wera 051024 Kraftform Kompakt 25 Pouch Screwdriver Set

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Wera has several items on sale on Amazon
Insulated screwdrivers https://www.amazon.com/Wera-Kraft...ast_sto_dp $28.45
Insulated screwdrivers interchangeable pouch (nice lightweight compact set) https://www.amazon.com/Wera-Insul...ast_sto_dp $30.92
Kraftform screwdriver
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1 $27.59 - expired
Ratchet Spanner set https://www.amazon.com/Wera-05004...ER&sr=8-50 $68.88 - expired
Tool check plus imperial https://www.amazon.com/Wera-05649...ast_sto_dp $73.55


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I honestly hate that screwdriver. It's a cool concept, but I'll grab any other one in my tool chest over that one. Like the bits are extremely short too. It's pretty, but just sits in out tool chest.
I also have way to many tools from these guys and have to agree with you on this.
Just last week the bit adapter for the ratchet shattered and almost hit the guy next to me in the eye. But they said they'll replace it under lifetime warranty. Waiting for it to be shipped.
On another note, my company standard issued ratchet set was a Hazet. I liked it somewhat better because it had a smaller head and was easier to get into tight spaces. Now that is cheaper than Wera but it used to be the other way around.
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I own the screwdriver pictured. Neat concept. Honestly, I have used it only a few times. The quick release bit holder gets in the way.

I don't recall ever seeing this go for $54. I bought it for $32 and may have been cheaper after coupons off Amazon.
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I's there a good socket and bit set to keep in my vw gti? I like the look of the one listed, but it is imperial sized
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In for one because why not. If the build quality is as good as people say then it's added to my collection.
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Agreed. I don't mind objective criticism but the posts solely calling out the price with no regards to value of the product are pretty annoying.
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Are these good screwdrivers for life? I keep buying cheap ones and having to throw them away and probably have spent more over the years on cheap ones than just having nice ones.
Screwdrivers wear out. Even nice ones. The biggest difference between cheap and not so cheap screwdrivers is how easily they will remove a stubborn screw.
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So what did you do about 12 point bolts?
Bruh, that's why they make Adjustable Wrenches...
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Wera vs Wiha?
Both. I use Wera for shop, and Wiha for electronics.
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Bruh, that's why they make Adjustable Wrenches...
Good one!!! For those that don't know, you have to use a 12 point socket on those 12 point ARP bolts. Or try one of these...
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Good one!!! For those that don't know, you have to use a 12 point socket on those 12 point ARP bolts. Or try one of these...
Nice. I'm pretty sure the average slickdealer is more likely to run into a Robertson fastener than a 12 point bolt tho (unless they're rebuilding the rear end of a ford)
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I am a big fan of Wera tools and have been using them for years. My love for them started at work when a German electrical engineer came over with insulated screwdrivers, and then slickdeals convinced me I needed a discounted set of my own. From there I got a ratchet and socket set, mini screwdriver travel pouch, torx drivers for working on Audi's, and their hex keys (aka allen wrenches). I'm always squeamish about the price (even heavily discounted), but once I hold the tool in hand and try to use it, they constantly amaze me. Phillips screws I'm sure are stripped beyond hope are gripped and backed out with ease using the etched tips. The set screws on my RC boat drive shaft that strip with the keys that came with it can be cranked as hard as I want with the bite of a Wera hex key, even after I stripped it with a china tool. I hate stripped fasteners, and these are step one to avoiding that scenario.

If you're on the fence and have the cash to spare, go for it. You won't be disappointed. Start with the one tool you think you'll use the most and audition the brand for quality. Their sales pop up several times per year, so you can pace yourself. I tend to pick up a set of insulated screwdrivers for gifts each time they pop up. I'm able to change house outlets and switches without turning off the breaker. I wouldn't advise trying that unless you really know what you're doing, but it is possible with their 1000V insulation.
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I honestly hate that screwdriver. It's a cool concept, but I'll grab any other one in my tool chest over that one. Like the bits are extremely short too. It's pretty, but just sits in out tool chest.
Same. And I own two. Good for throwing in a secondary toolkit, but never my first choice otherwise.
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Good one!!! For those that don't know, you have to use a 12 point socket on those 12 point ARP bolts. Or try one of these...
Ouch. Seeing those options made me literally cringe. I can't believe people actually buy those things.
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