|Product Dimensions||21.41 x 6.81 x 0.99 cm; 200.03 Grams|
|Item Model Number||05022669001|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||L-key set|
|Item Weight||200 g|
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Wera 3950/9 Hex-Plus Multicolor Stainless 1 Hex-Plus Stainless Metric 1 L-Key Set 9 Pieces, 9 Pieces
- Solution to the extraneous rust problem fasten stainless screws with stainless tools
- Hex-plus allows socket head screws to live longer
- With take it easy tool finder color coding by size
- Wear-resistant clip material for enhanced durability
- Color coded, easy-to-grip plastic sleeve, even at low temperatures
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Wera 3950/9 Hex-Plus Stainless Metric 1 L-Key is high quality l-key set out of stainless steel for hexagon socket screws by wera. Stainless steel prevents the transfer of extraneous rust. The hex-plus profile offers a greater contact surface in the head of the screw. The notching effect is therefore reduced to a minimum and damage to the screw head more or less eliminated. Come with hex ballpoint on the long arm: the ballpoint drive profile means that it is possible to swivel the tool axis away from the screw driving axis, thus enabling round the corner screw driving. Take it easy tool finder color coding according to size. In an almost wear-free l-key clip fastener. The set includes 9 pieces 1 L-Keys.
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The larger keys are quite a bit longer than the equivalents in my old set, but this helps with a bit of extra leverage so is a good thing. But I've attached a pic that shows the unlocked clasp against a tape measure so that you can see how long the keys actually are i.e. just in case you need more compact keys.
The case is nicely designed and made of a rubberized and flexible plastic which seems more durable than other rigid plastic ones I've used in the past. I would recommend these to anyone who is willing to pay out for a superior tool, they're definitely worth the money.
The color treatment is also surprisingly useful as I dont have to squint to check which ones im grabbing.