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WIHA SOFTFINISH VDE SCREWDRIVER SET 7 PIECES £14.99 Screwfix
WIHA SOFTFINISH VDE SCREWDRIVER SET 7 PIECES £14.99 Screwfix

WIHA SOFTFINISH VDE SCREWDRIVER SET 7 PIECES £14.99 Screwfix

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7 Piece Set. VDE certified for live line working up to 1000V AC. Handle adapted to drive and size for optimum transfer of force from hand to screw. Supplied with single-pole voltage tester (220-250V).

Soft Grip Multi-Component Ergonomic Handle
Blade Insulation
Roll-Off Protection

15 Comments

good screwdrivers, good price. have some hot.

Great price

But throw the **** voltage tester out.
Edited by: "darksideby182" 6th Mar

Brilliant deal.

Ordered a set to replace my worn out Wera's. Thanks.

Heat added.

darksideby182

Great priceBut throw the **** voltage tester out.


I quite like it. Good size for a lot of DIN terminal blocks and PLCs.
Dont use it as a voltage detector but as a screwdriver its alright.

Hot

Got some of their normal softgrips, quite nice drivers. May have to invest but I prefer the compact sets where you swap the blade.

Has anyone come across any deals on interchangeable blade torque sets?

callum84

I quite like it. Good size for a lot of DIN terminal blocks and PLCs.Dont … I quite like it. Good size for a lot of DIN terminal blocks and PLCs.Dont use it as a voltage detector but as a screwdriver its alright.


I do agree it's a good size for small terminal screws but you never know what the diy'er is gonna get up too lol.

Think I will go for these after my Wera set broke

darksideby182

Great priceBut throw the **** voltage tester out.



Those sodding £3.30 multimeters are also death traps. Anyone using them on mains might as well be playing Russian roulette. (Not that I'd avocate these mains screwdrivers either)

118luke

Those sodding £3.30 multimeters are also death traps. Anyone using them … Those sodding £3.30 multimeters are also death traps. Anyone using them on mains might as well be playing Russian roulette. (Not that I'd avocate these mains screwdrivers either)



I can't think of a diy instance where vde is required myself, rather than deliberately working on live wires I use them in case I screwed up somewhere!

I think I would settle for one flat long shaft bladed screwdriver which 'exactly' fitted the screws in (MK of course) mains sockets so you could really tighten them up as much as possible

Picked up a similar set in T K Maxx for £8.99

texaspetey

Picked up a similar set in T K Maxx for £8.99



You can get a lot of "similar" sets cheaper,these are good quality tools,I've been using the same set(from CPC) for more than a year now.

Wiha screwdrivers are top quality German stuff. Like Wera, Gedore etc. The Germans kept making them rather than switching production to China like the British makes did (thats one main reason why theres so few British makes. Just cheap and nasty China/Taiwan made - or odd one like Draper who have some of their stuff made in Germany
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