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Wera 05022640001 950/9 Hex-Plus Multicolour Imperial 2, 9-teilig

£24.99
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About this deal

  • L-keys for hexagonal socket screws
  • Hex-Plus allows socket head screws to live longer
  • L-keys are quickly to hand thanks to their size markings
  • Wear-resistant size marking
  • Wear-resistant clip material for enhanced durability

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  1. Dawid_H's avatar
    I've got this set and I mainly started using it at home. For work, the stainless set is a lot better and not that much more expensive.
    Sleeves on these get busted up over time and are not as nice to use.
    A great set nonetheless.
    sickofit's avatar
    BUT... They are easier to spot when you've a machine in bits!
  2. w0nky's avatar
    Great price but really need metric for working on bike
    Noneoftheabove's avatar
    I do like Wera stuff but at this price the Park tools set makes more sense for working on a bike
  3. Crashtest's avatar
    Good price, can't think of the last time I needed imperial hex bits though.
    Swarfega's avatar
    Yeah. What are people using imperial hex keys on?
  4. Titusf's avatar
    Best listed on hot USA deals
  5. Van36's avatar
    Good price, but when would you ever use a imperial hex key?
    kester76's avatar
    Many a time I have hunted for a 3/16 allen key because someone has nicked it
  6. keebb9's avatar
    Heat added, good quality set purchased.
  7. 1884's avatar
    What a rip off
  8. untakenname's avatar
    Decent value as you're less likely to strip the heads when using these compared with cheaper ones.
  9. dsharp7th's avatar
    The one and only time I needed my imperial set was working a jazz gig when a panicking bass trombonist came backstage mid-show with his instrument falling apart in his hands. Not sure how several screws had all come loose at the same moment but it was one of the tiniest imperial hex-keys that fixed it all back together.
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