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SparkedOut

Re: Screw Drivers

Does anyone have any opinions on Wera screwdrivers?
 
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yorkshiresparky

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The electricians screwdrivers from Draper tools are good. I've had mine years and they are hardwearing.
 
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Cirrus

Re: Screw Drivers

The best screwdrivers you can buy are Irazola. Bright orange and unmistakeable. They have pounds of torque and a lifetime guarantee. Any good wholesaler will stock them at around £30 - £40 for a set of 6.
 
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koina

Re: Screw Drivers

I think, Knipex and wiha are the only tools I use now. Knipex also makes a reaally nice pair of channel locks about 12" long and very thin at the jaws $45
 
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sid6789

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bacho are great best iv used life time guarantee
 
L

London Luke

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Bacho are making fantastic stuff these days. And cheap !
 
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WarrenG

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I agree with Cirrus, Irazola Techno I think are the best that I have used. They are a Spanish brand. :)

Here's a really good price for some (mine cost about £35 I think)

Irazola tekno plus insulated screwdriver set 202031 tool, tools, bahco, Irazola,stanley draper :: Toolman Yardley tools, toolman yardley, homepage,bahco, stanley, estwing,stabila, marshalltown, bosch, knipex, trend, irwin,draper, fluke, monument, kam

This company supply others and I have bought alot of tools from this company. They are based in Yardley, Birmingham on the Coventry Road towards the NEC and there shop is like a sweet shop for adults. Great place for buying branded tools at the right price. I am sure they post goods out.

Of course it is personal preference, I guess it depends on your line of work? Personally I don't like hard plastic handles because they tend to slip when your hands get sweaty.

I have had a set of Wera drivers and they tended to round off quite quickly in my opinion. Tips must be a bit soft. :mad:

Draper Pro Drivers are quite nice because they have a soft grip which is great for extra grip. :cool:

Hope this helps!
 
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adamh

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im a fan of bahco myself match my snips 2 ;) not that its a fashion parade :s lol
 
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Cirrus

Re: Screw Drivers

I paid £24 for my Irazola and now use Wera slip stop which cosat the same. Will be going back to Irazola as the Wera do wear quickly and the slip stop is great for the first week or so only.
 
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mattyfooty

Re: Screw Drivers

At the moment when i am screwing i use Draper expert pro, hard wearing and softgrip handles.
 

danzor

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Arms
Re: Screw Drivers

I paid £24 for my Irazola and now use Wera slip stop which cosat the same. Will be going back to Irazola as the Wera do wear quickly and the slip stop is great for the first week or so only.
Had the exact same problem, will be getting a set of Irazola when im next at the wholesalers
 
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Rob

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At the moment when i am screwing i use Draper expert pro, hard wearing and softgrip handles.

What a guy! :D
 
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