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I am looking for the type of screwdriver you get for doing fuseboards, you know the kind that looks like 2 flat heads crossed like this + or looks like a star driver with the tip cut off, it fits into the screws used on consumer units perfectly, i have looked for them in local tool shops butt ca?

any one know what the propper name is for them? or a link to buy a decent one?

many thanks.
 
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WarrenG

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I am looking for the type of screwdriver you get for doing fuseboards, you know the kind that looks like 2 flat heads crossed like this + or looks like a star driver with the tip cut off, it fits into the screws used on consumer units perfectly, i have looked for them in local tool shops butt ca?

any one know what the propper name is for them? or a link to buy a decent one?

many thanks.
Are you talking about a pozi drive screwdriver????? :confused:
 
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gardinerbhoy

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Are you talking about a pozi drive screwdriver????? :confused:
n not pozi drive mate pozis are the same as phillips but with the extra star shape pieces, the ones in that link are not the ones either.

they look like a phillips with the point cut off so a flat cross shape.

anyone?
 
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Guest123

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Hey.

I think the ones you mean are the C.K modulo ones. They're orange and have those special mains board tips. I'll try and find a pic.

 
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WarrenG

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n not pozi drive mate pozis are the same as phillips but with the extra star shape pieces, the ones in that link are not the ones either.

they look like a phillips with the point cut off so a flat cross shape.

anyone?

Not sure in that case, do seem to recall seeing something like it way back but I don't think it was the usual brands of drivers you get.

I would recommend Irazola Drivers personally having used various types including Wera.

IZ202032 Irazola Teknoplus 7 Piece Screwdriver Set in Wallet from The Crimp Company
 
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Guest123

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I would recommend Irazola Drivers personally having used various types including Wera. [URL="http://www.electriciansforums.net/redirector.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thecrimpcompany.com%2Fscpro%2Fcrimp%2Fproducts%2Fproductsmoredetails.asp%3Fid%3D7730" said:
IZ202032 Irazola Teknoplus 7 Piece Screwdriver Set in Wallet from The Crimp Company[/URL]





Totally agree, best drivers out there.:D
 
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gardinerbhoy

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Not sure in that case, do seem to recall seeing something like it way back but I don't think it was the usual brands of drivers you get.

I would recommend Irazola Drivers personally having used various types including Wera.

IZ202032 Irazola Teknoplus 7 Piece Screwdriver Set in Wallet from The Crimp Company
i did some investigation using your info on the wera and found out exactly what i needed to know
Klauke VDE Screwdriver for Plus/Minus Head Screws Z2x100 [KL-130PM2IS] - £6.31 : Horizon Tools and Ladders | Buy a Tool or Ladder Online

this is the kind i need, its called a plus-minus screwdriver and i would highly recommend anyone who does consumer units to invest in one.

cheers for all your help

Hey.

I think the ones you mean are the C.K modulo ones. They're orange and have those special mains board tips. I'll try and find a pic.

sorry never saw that before i posted. thanks
 
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sivoodoo

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Go to the ELECSA web site, put in your details and they will send you one free! Nice!
 
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free xmas present from elecsa, no idea why they are doing it, you have to give your name and an address to send it to, nice screwdriver CK i think it was, i got quite a few by sending them to all my friends houses ha ha!
Try it, not often you get owt for free!
 
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