Wiha Offset Screwdriver Head
Wiha Offset Screwdriver Head
£34.62 (£28.85 Ex. VAT)

Wiha Offset Screwdriver Head

Code: 359400

  • Industrial quality
  • Gearbox and ball race bearings
  • Head offset at approximately 115° to the shaft
  • Provided with adjustable grip
  • No cordless drill should be without one!
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£34.62 (£28.85 Ex. VAT)

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Total: £62.03

In Detail

Ever tried to get at a screw in a tight corner with a standard cordless drill? Almost impossible, isn't it? Either the body of the drill gets in the way or the chuck is just physically too large to allow a screwdriver tip to get into the screw head. Time to reach for the angle attachment. This is a fully industrial quality piece of kit with a gearbox and ball race bearings. The head is offset at approximately 115° to the shaft to allow the tip to reach the tightest of corners. An adjustable grip is provided so the head can be steadied with your free hand, no matter where the screw is located. No cordless drill should be without one.

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