Wiha ClickFix Holder
Wiha ClickFix Holder
£10.34 (£8.62 Ex. VAT)

Wiha ClickFix Holder

Code: 110361

  • Single handed operation
  • Bit firmly retained with strong permanent magnet
£10.34 (£8.62 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Wiha ClickFix Holder
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Total: £24.04

In Detail

Single handed operation, pull the outer sleeve back, take out the bit, insert a new bit and pull the sleeve forward, it's that simple. The bit is firmly retained and the holder is fitted with a strong permanent magnet. As bit holders go this is top of the pile.

Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



22 September 2017

Useless bit holder

I have had this bit holder around 12 months. I have used it for all the screw driving tasks that my impact driver is capable of (it is after all sold as a bit holder) and it constantly jams and requires a lot of force to get the bit out. In my view the ClicFix mechanism is a poor design and will opt for other brands in future.


8 July 2015

Cracking piece of kit

I bought this over two and half years ago and its had a real hammering in that time, its in constant use and its only recently started showing signs of wear by holding onto the bit and I have to use a little force to remove it. I have abused it by driving screws without pilot holes well into the timber. I've used it on removing tight stubborn screws in masonry, in metal struts and driving into concrete.

It amounts to 1p a day return on investment so far.

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