Klein Tools 661 Screwdriver, #1 Square Recess Tip, 4-Inch Shank

Klein Tools 661 Screwdriver, #1 Square Recess Tip, 4-Inch Shank

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  • Works on most combination head receptacle, switch and panel screws
  • Tip-Ident color-coded handle end quickly identifies the screwdriver type and tip orientation
  • Special heat-treated, chrome plated shaft for corrosion resistance
  • Cushion-Grip handle for greater torque and comfort
  • Premium chrome-plated for smooth feel and corrosion resistance
Overview
Internal flanges inside handle provide solid, twist-resistant blade anchor. Precision-machined tip for exact fit. Meets or exceeds applicable ASME / ANSI specifications.
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Klein Tools 661 Screwdriver, #1 Square Recess Tip, 4-Inch Shank

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Klein Tools
Part Number
661
Product Type
Screwdriver
Packaging
Retail
Country of Origin
United States
UPC
092644851629
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Color
Black / Yellow
Material
Steel
Length
7.75'' (196.9 mm)
Weight
0.01 kg
0.01 lb
Details
Tip Type
Square-Recess
Size
#1
Blade Length
4'' (10.2 cm)
Features
Works on most combination head receptacle, switch and panel screws
Tip-Ident® color-coded handle end quickly identifies the screwdriver type and tip orientation
Special heat-treated, chrome plated shaft for corrosion resistance
Cushion-Grip handle for greater torque and comfort
Premium chrome-plated for smooth feel and corrosion resistance
Internal flanges inside handle provide solid, twist-resistant blade anchor
Precision-machined tip for exact fit
Meets or exceeds applicable ASME / ANSI specifications
Handle Grip Type
Cushion-Grip
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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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.