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Wera Kraftform + VDE 7 Piece - SL/PZ + vtester - £16.48 available instore @ Homebase
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Wera Kraftform + VDE 7 Piece - SL/PZ + vtester - £16.48 available instore @ Homebase

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Posted 21st Aug

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Lasertip technology holds the tip firmly inside the screw head for anti-slip and safer tightening, Kraftform ergonomic 3 component handle delivers comfort, grip & power.


Bin the voltage tester and you have a decent set of screwdrivers.
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Anyone know if they are magnetic?
Also available at CPC for £16.55 but delivered to your door if more convenient for you!


Never seen Wera tools at Homebase before, always struck me as more of a Rolson shop.
spoo21/08/2019 14:34

Never seen Wera tools at Homebase before, always struck me as more … Never seen Wera tools at Homebase before, always struck me as more of a Rolson shop.


Exactly. Been a few Wera deals on here recently and I've never seen them stocked in the Homebase stores I've been in
spoo21/08/2019 14:34

Never seen Wera tools at Homebase before, always struck me as more … Never seen Wera tools at Homebase before, always struck me as more of a Rolson shop.


Homebase is I weird place. Like you say its normally rolson type shod at wera type prices. Then they went a bit crazy and started selling everything but not at every store. Bosch Pro, makita, dewalt, normal bosch, 3 other cheaper end power tool makes. They lost their way, got bought out and are now trying to sort it, hence the massive sale. Have been some genuine bargains there of late.
I have seen Wera in my local store but have to agree it's a bit of a jumble sale at times.
healthandsafety21/08/2019 13:49

Also available at CPC for £16.55 but delivered to your door if more …Also available at CPC for £16.55 but delivered to your door if more convenient for you!


Might be silly question but what does CPC stand for please?
Mariusz_Sobko21/08/2019 16:34

Might be silly question but what does CPC stand for please?


Combined Precision Components. (CPC.CO.UK)
Why bin the tester OP? I have a set of these, quality kit!
Mariusz_Sobko21/08/2019 13:45

Anyone know if they are magnetic?


You know you can magnetise them by rubbing a strong magnet down them , in one direction ?
healthandsafety21/08/2019 13:49

Also available at CPC for £16.55 but delivered to your door if more …Also available at CPC for £16.55 but delivered to your door if more convenient for you!



Not quite the same set at CPC for £16.55, different tester for starters and I think different screwdriver configurations too, the most similar set at CPC is £23.51 or £32.05 given it's not completely clear which of the wall mount sets is the homebase one is.
Mariusz_Sobko21/08/2019 13:45

Anyone know if they are magnetic?


Buy a magnetiser, that's all they do at the factory anyway on magnetic parts.
Silly question. Is there anything stopping the screwdrivers falling out if tipped sideways?
TJS27118221/08/2019 17:44

Why bin the tester OP? I have a set of these, quality kit!


Looks like one with a metallic cap, i.e., one that completes the circuit with your body. They've fallen out of favour for fear of being dangerous since the only thing stopping you getting shocked is the resistor inside it.
As long as they're from a reputable company, and they're used properly, they're safe enough.
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