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6-Piece Wera Kraftform Plus 160i/168i/6 Insulated Professional Screwdriver Set EXPIRED

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Amazon has 6-Piece Wera Screwdriver Set (5347777001) on sale for $28.52. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.
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  • 2 Slotted screwdrivers - 0.6x3.5x100, 1x5.5x125
  • 2 Phillips screwdrivers - PH1, PH2
  • 2 Square screwdrivers - #1, #2

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Amazon has the Wera - 5347777001 Kraftform Plus 160i/168i/6 Insulated Professional Screwdriver Set, 6-Piece on sale for 28.52 right now.

https://www.amazon.com/Wera-Kraft...109&sr=1-1 >Usually ships within 1 to 2 months
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This has been trending around $30-32 for the past two months that I've been watching, never around $50.
Here's a picture of the price chart without irrelevant data. Only through Amazon, in the last year.
They are used in household electrical panels here in the US, which these are marked for being insulated.

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This has been trending around $30-32 for the past two months that I've been watching, never around $50.
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These do go cheaper, but this is a great price for what you get. Fantastic quality. Also, there are lots of great info and reviews in past threads. Search "Wera Kraftform insulated" here.

After a few years of regular use, my #2 phillips has lost most of its laser etching at the tip. Still works and fits fasteners well, it has just lost the grippy etching feature. I love the laser etching so much that I'll buy this set to replace.
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Where are the square head drivers used?
I've literally never come across a square drive head on any fastener. So for my purposes, this is really a 4 piece set: two slotted and two phillips. No use for the two square head ones.
They are used in household electrical panels here in the US, which these are marked for being insulated.
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Where are the square head drivers used?
I've literally never come across a square drive head on any fastener. So for my purposes, this is really a 4 piece set: two slotted and two phillips. No use for the two square head ones.
Electric receptacle outlets use the SQ1 on both the box and the wire screw. It's also common to need SQ drivers for RV's.
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Where are the square head drivers used?
I've literally never come across a square drive head on any fastener. So for my purposes, this is really a 4 piece set: two slotted and two phillips. No use for the two square head ones.
Also regionally in the US a lot of deck screws were square drive (aka Robertson) when the Torx license was still nacent and expensive. It's very common to find them combined with large flat drive screws and bolts in electrical settings, I've also had some Ikea furniture with the slotted/square combo on some bolts as well.
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Where are the square head drivers used?
I've literally never come across a square drive head on any fastener. So for my purposes, this is really a 4 piece set: two slotted and two phillips. No use for the two square head ones.
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The insulated square fit the screws on the side of many receptacles and switches, as well as inside the breaker box. They really are easier to use with finding and staying in the 'hole' over a Phillips or straight that also works for most.
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This has been trending around $30-32 for the past two months that I've been watching, never around $50.
Looks like this is the lowest it's been for a while
(per the camel site, not sure why it's being blocked by slickdeals so I can't link it)
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This has been trending around $30-32 for the past two months that I've been watching, never around $50.
Here is a price history chart that does not catch any on page coupon discounts...

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I just reviewed the condition of my current set thinking I might order up some replacements. Nope, heads are all still in great shape after 10 years of homeowner work.

I highly recommend them.
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Where are the square head drivers used?
I've literally never come across a square drive head on any fastener. So for my purposes, this is really a 4 piece set: two slotted and two phillips. No use for the two square head ones.
Two words: Pocket screws
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Here is a price history chart that does not catch any on page coupon discounts...
Here's a picture of the price chart without irrelevant data. Only through Amazon, in the last year.
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