Wera 05056350001 842/1 Z bits

Wera 05056350001 842/1 Z bits

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  • For socket head screws
  • Ductile and tough for hard materials
  • Hexagon ballpoint for work in difficult installation situations
  • 1/4" hexagon drive (Wera connecting series 1)
  • Suitable for Bosch, Fein, Holz-Her, Lecreux, Metabo
Overview
Tough viscous Wera bits for hexagon socket screws and universal use. 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. 1/4" hexagon, suitable for holders as per DIN ISO 1173-D 6.3.
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Wera 05056350001 842/1 Z bits

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Wera
Part Number
05056350001
Product Type
Bit
Packaging
Bulk
Country of Origin
Czech Republic
UPC
4013288013156
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Length
0.98"
Width
0.28"
Height
0.28"
Weight
0.00 kg
0.01 lb
Color
Chrome
Details
Tip Type
Ballpoint Hex
Size
2.5mm
Drive Connector Size
1/4"
Features
For socket head screws
Ductile and tough for hard materials
Hexagon ballpoint for work in difficult installation situations
1/4" hexagon drive (Wera connecting series 1)
Suitable for Bosch, Fein, Holz-Her, Lecreux, Metabo
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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“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.

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