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  • Cushion Grip Screwdriver Set of 6 SL/PH/Voltage Tester 1

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Cushion Grip Screwdriver Set of 6 SL/PH/Voltage Tester

£14.28 ex VAT (£17.14 inc.)

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The Stanley Cushion Grip screwdrivers with a chrome plated bar which is corrosion resistant and magnetic tips for easy pick up and screw locator. The soft grip handle provides excellent torque and comfort.

It has a smooth domed end for fast spinning action, speed and comfort and the large diameter handle offers greater torque which is needed for driving wood screws. Screw tip identification is shown on the handle.

Contents (plus free voltage tester):

3 x Flared: 5.0 x 100mm, 6.5 x 45mm (stubby), 6.5 x 150mm.
3 x Phillips: PH1 x 75mm, PH2 x 45mm (stubby), PH2 x 100mm.
1 x Voltage Tester.

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SKU:
STA065009
Brand:
Stanley Tools
Weight
0.53 kg
Dimensions
344 × 28 × 192 cm
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Description

The Stanley Cushion Grip screwdrivers with a chrome plated bar which is corrosion resistant and magnetic tips for easy pick up and screw locator. The soft grip handle provides excellent torque and comfort.

It has a smooth domed end for fast spinning action, speed and comfort and the large diameter handle offers greater torque which is needed for driving wood screws. Screw tip identification is shown on the handle.

Contents (plus free voltage tester):

3 x Flared: 5.0 x 100mm, 6.5 x 45mm (stubby), 6.5 x 150mm.
3 x Phillips: PH1 x 75mm, PH2 x 45mm (stubby), PH2 x 100mm.
1 x Voltage Tester.

Additional information

Weight
0.53 kg
Dimensions
344 × 28 × 192 cm

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