Axminster Workshop Screw Gauge
Axminster Workshop Screw Gauge
£4.16 (£3.47 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Workshop Screw Gauge

Code: 512001

  • Identifies gauge and size of a screw
  • Pocket sized
  • Imperial and metric graduations
  • Stainless steel
£4.16 (£3.47 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Workshop Screw Gauge
  • Metric/Imperial Thread Pitch Gauge
  • WoodSpur Torx Head Premium Wood Screw Trade Pack
  • Axminster Deluxe Angle Checker
Total: £37.04
Description

In Detail

This handy apron pocket sized tool quickly identifies the gauge and size of a screw. The graduations read for imperial gauge screws on one side with metric on the reverse. A scale along one edge measures screw length, either countersunk or round head (although for countersunk it has to be read backwards). The imperial size gauge also recommends the pilot hole diameter. Made from stainless steel 115 x 35mm, the Axminster Screw Gauge reads for sizes 1 to 30 gauge or 1mm to 10mm metric screws.

Reviews (2)

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Overall rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

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AC Smith

5 April 2016

A handy little gadget

Beside being a screw gauge it also has its uses as a 3 inch /75 mm pocket ruler. Some instructions for it's use would have been useful though.
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Mr Andrew Chantrill

18 October 2008

A splendid little tool

One of the cheapest, but most useful, tools I have. With both imperial and metric scales it makes choosing a drill size to fit for example a ball catch a doddle!

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