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CK TOOLS T49283PD VDE SLIM SCREWDRIVER SET 5 PIECE GLO IN THE DARK | eBay - https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/113708847892
CK dextro VDE slim glo, a while ago someone was enquiring about this item saw this in Mays PE
My elbow is out of calibration and i would like to use a torque screwdriver instead, its something ive been putting off but i have finally caved.
What torque screwdriver is everyone using?
A little review would also be helpful
Hi I am looking to get together a set of tools. Can anyone recommend any good screwdriver sets for under £100? Or what to look for in a decent set & how much I should be paying (domestic installations only)? Many thanks
Morning all ,
I've seen a few threads about roofing bolt screwdrivers and thought I'd share an idea I've been using,
All it is , is a bit holder handle and a modified spade bit with hex /bit driver end this was a CK bit. ie cut to shape with a grinder
I was looking to treat myself to a new VDE screw driver set. I saw another thread on this forum put Wera at 30% of market. So I treated myself to the 16 Piece Kraftform Kompakt VDE Interchangeable Driver Set. I loved it.
But then I started to use it, I don't do much electrical work, so I save my...
Hello fellow electricians I was wondering if any of you have seen a VDE bit that allows different screwdriver heads to be placed in the end (If that makes any sense to you) I dont really want to keep buying different type heads when I can just swap them out from my little socket set many thanks.
I purchased a Wera Kraftform Kompakt VDE 1 piece screwdriver set which I love.
However, the 247 Single-Pole voltage Tester screwdriver keeps breaking. I'm now on my third replacement!
My old voltage tester screwdriver I've had for over 25 years which was passed down to me by my father.
Is it just me or is every day another battle with other trades?
This morning, I woke up extra early for a commercial job that required some lighting rigged up for the plumbers (who required it before 7am), only to be told when I arrived on site that they had delayed their work for another week...
I'm new to this forum, but it seemed like a good place to find out why my voltage tester (screwdriver type) basically just exploded when I tested it on a mains voltage supply (back-box of a fused spur switch). I was trying to check whether the fused spur is part of the main loop (it looks...
I'm new here, so please go easy :yes:. Would appreciate some assistance though.
I've just been around to my mums and go a little buzzing type shock from the toaster. I only had my electrical testing screwdriver with me as i'm miles away from home. The screws are indeed live for this...
Contrary to popular belief they are not fishing weights, neither are they a substitute padlock for the garden shed. No. A neon screwdriver is designed to be the perfect size to remove layers of paint from slotted screws so they can be removed with little or no swearing.
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