Bits with tiny diamond particles on the bit tip. This ensures a secure fit in the screw head, reduces the contact pressure required and lowers the risk of slipping. BiTorsion bits with an elastic torsion zone – where kinetic energy is diverted from peak loads – and softer BiTorsion zone to prevent the bit tip from twisting under high strain. This greatly extends the product service life. Comes with Rapidaptor technology, which allows bits to be attached without any need to actuate the sleeve. The removal of the bit is simple, just by pushing the sleeve forward – for rapid bit change with just one hand. For insertion in the power screwdriver or into the chuck of the power drill. The multi-component Bit-Check is convincing on account of its low weight and the maximum possible degree of compactness. In this respect, the soft material in the lower section of the Bit-Check ensures that the bits are securely held whilst being simple to remove at the same time. The profile and size of the bits are easy to recognise thanks to the Wera "Take it easy" Tool Finder with its colour coding and clearly visible imprint.
Philips: PH1, PH2
Slotted: 5.5mm, 6.5mm
BiTorsion bits for long service life
Diamond coating for a secure fit in the screw, literally bites into the screwhead to prevent cam-out
Rapidaptor holder for rapid bit change
Take it easy tool finder: color coding according to profile and size
“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.