FeaturesKlein Tools has designed a set of Impact Power Bits for the professional electrician. All the bits are made of high-impact rated S2 steel and color coded for easy identification. The 1-1/4-Inch (6.4 mm)long driver bits are easier to grip than a standard 1-Inch (25.4 mm)bit. The bit holder and nut drivers have strong magnets, and are also designed longer so they reach easily into junction boxes. Minimal chamfering on the nut drivers’ hex pockets increases surface contact between the nut and driver for better performance. All 26 pieces fit snugly in a durable, impact-resistant case featuring steel hinges, a stay-shut latch, and a hidden compartment for loose bits.
Phillips: 1-1/4'' (31.8 mm) Long: #1, #2, #3; 4'' (101.6mm) Long: #2
Slotted: 1-1/4'' (31.8 mm) Long: 3/16'' (4.8 mm), 1/4'' (6.4 mm)
Square: 1-1/4'' (31.8 mm) Long: #1, #2, #3; 4'' (101.6 mm) Long: #2
Other : 4'' (101.6 mm) Bit Extension
S2 Impact-Rated Steel for maximum life and a 1/4-Inch hex shank
4-Inch bit extension with strong magnet to keep bits in place
1-1/4-Inch precision machined bits are longer and easier to grip
2-5/8-Inch nut drivers reach easily into junction boxes
Extended 4-Inch Phillips and Square bits for hard-to-reach fasteners
Bits are easy to find and fit securely in the storage case
Case has a spring loaded stay-shut latch and a hidden storage area for loose bits
Phillips, square, and combo tips are color coded by size: green- #1 size bits, red- #2 size bits, black- #3 size bits
Slotted tips and nut drivers use ASME standard color coding
Klein Tools is the result of one of those “happy accidents” that turn out to be revolutionary. Klein Tools famously got their start in 1857 when a linesman came to founder Matthias Klein to repair his broken pliers. Klein replaced the broken half and when the old half of the tool broke too, Klein forged a replacement for that, thus making the first Klein Linesman pliers. Since these humble beginnings, Klein Tools has grown and become one of the largest American made toolmakers and they’re a brand used by tradesmen, linesman and electricians all across America.