Wera Tools Inc.

a variety of different screwdriver styles

Wera Tools offers a variety of different screwdriver styles that are designed to meet a variety of end-user requirements, including:

  • The slipSTOP-Blade to prevent screwdrivers from slipping out of fastener recesses.
  • The Kraftform handle, which has a bigger diameter with an integrated soft zone, to allow for higher torque and more comfort.
  • The Rocko series with specially coated, hardened hexagon steel, which allows for higher torque transfer by attaching open-jawed or ring spinners when loosening stubborn screws.
  • The 300 series to accommodate a complete range of tip styles, sizes and blade lengths.
  • The 100 VDE series, which meets European standards for hand tools and provides shock protection up to 1,000 volts.
  • The ESD series is composed of a unique material to allow static to be dissipated, which removes the possibility of damaging sensitive electrical components, especially on large-scale integrated circuits.
  • The 900 series "chiseldriver" that can be used for screw-driving, chiseling or removing stubborn fasteners.
  • The Micro series to reduce fastening times with a free-spinning cap specially designed for electronic applications.
  • The 400 T-Handle series, which fits securely in the palm of your hand for more fastener loosening or tightening power.
  • The Holding Tool series that incorporates a sleeve to hold screw heads in place in hard-to-reach locations.
  • The Vario series'#8212;a lighterweight and more compact choice'#8212;with removable double-end blades, adapters and bits that can be used with different handles, including a free-turning ratchet.

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