FeaturesHigh quality L-keys out of stainless steel for hexagonal socket screws by Wera. Stainless steel prevents the formation of extraneous rust. The Hex-Plus profile offers a larger contact surface within the screw head. This reduces the notching effects to a minimum and almost completely eliminates the risk of destroying the screw recess. Hexagonal ballpoint end on the long arm: the ballpoint drive profile means that it is possible to swivel the tool axis away from the screwdriving axis, thus enabling “round the corner" screwdriving.
Stainless steel looks great when it's done right. Sometimes people forget to use stainless tools to install the screws, and particles are left behind causing what's known as extraneous rust.
Wera's Hex-Plus design helps to keep the screw head in tact with narrow contact surfaces. Standard hex designs tend to round out the screw head.
The short arm is Hex-Plus and the long arm is ball end hex.
“Be a Tool Rebel” with Wera Tools! What makes using Wera Tools an act of rebellion? Most likely their radically different design aesthetic which often features vivid colors and organic contours incorporated into their tools. But Wera is more than just a pretty face, they make game-changing innovations to tools. A few of their innovations include the Kraftform handle which is ergonomic, following the natural positions of the hand, the Zyklop ratchet which features a swivel head eliminating one of the most frustrating aspects of using a ratchet and many more. Wera tools are well-made, handsomely packaged and designed to take the tool world by storm with tools that look and feel like the way of the future.