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Das HOTO QWLSD009 Set enthält 28 verschiedene Präzisionsschraubendreher-Bits, die aus hochwertigem S2 Stahl gefertigt sind. Dank ihres ergonomischen Designs gewährleisten sie auch bei längerem Arbeiten einen hohen Bedienungskomfort. Außerdem erleichtern die im Bithalter eingebauten Magnete die Verwendung. Alle Teile sind in einem praktischen, kompakten Case untergebracht, das modern aussieht und den Transport erleichtert.
Article no.: XI-QWLSD009
19.90€
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Available immediately
37 piece
· 1 - 3 working days
Dieser handliche Schraubendreher ist perfekt für kleine Reparaturen oder Heimwerkerarbeiten. Er besteht aus einer hochwertigen Aluminiumlegierung, ist sehr langlebig und bietet auch bei längerem Gebrauch einen hohen Bedienungskomfort. Das Set enthält 12 doppelseitige Bits (24 Arten), die du in einer magnetischen Box im Inneren des Schraubendrehers aufbewahren kannst.
Article no.: XI-QWLSD004
16.90€
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20 piece
· 1 - 3 working days
Der 16 in 1 Ratschenschraubendreher verfügt über ein ergonomisches Griffdesign, das eine einfache Bedienung mit einem komfortablen Griff ermöglicht. Perfekt für den Einsatz in einer Vielzahl von Situationen und verfügt über eine einziehbare Verlängerungsstange, in die jede der Spitzen leicht eingesetzt und entfernt werden kann. Mit einer kleinen und leichten Größe erfüllt er die betrieblichen Anforderungen von various Räumen.
Article no.: XI-BHR4779GL
16.90€
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14 piece
· 1 - 3 working days
NEW
Das JIMI HOME JM-GNT60 Schraubendreherset ist ein vielseitiges Set für alle! Das Set enthält 42 Schraubendreher, die aus hochwertigem S2-Stahl hergestellt wurden. Das Produkt bietet auch viele andere Teile, z.B. eine Pinzette, einen Kartenschlüssel oder ein Unterminierungswerkzeug, die bei der Arbeit helfen. Alle Teile sind in einem praktischen Koffer untergebracht, der den Transport erleichtert.
Article no.: JMH-GNT60
52.80€
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9 piece
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Suchst du nach einem praktischen Bitset, das dir die Arbeit zu Hause und in der Werkstatt erleichtert?
HOTO QWLSD002 wird deine Erwartungen erfüllen! Das Set enthält 10 beliebte Bit-Modelle. Jedes Bit ist aus hochwertigem S2-Stahl gefertigt und misst 25 mm in der Länge. Der mitgelieferte Halter aus Silikon macht die Aufbewahrung und den Transport einfach.
Article no.: XI-QWLSD002
4.90€
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8 piece
· 1 - 3 working days
30 Präzisions-Mini-Bits in praktischer Kassette mit Metallhalter.

- Schlitz 1,0 / 1,5 / 2,0 / 2,5 / 3,0 / 3,5 / 4,0 mm
- Kreuzschlitz Typ Philips 000 / 00 / 0 / 1
- Kreuzschlitz Typ Pozidrive 0 / 1
- Sechskant 0,7 / 0,9 / 1,3 / 1,5 / 2,0 / 2,5 / 3,0 / 4,0 mm
- T-Profil T4 / T5 / T6 / T7 / T8 / T9 / T10 / T15 / T20
Article no.: E-MBS30
13.90€
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7 piece
· 1 - 3 working days
Article no.: T1533819
4.10€
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4 piece
· 1 - 3 working days
Available from the manufacturer
4 piece ·
2 - 5 working days
NEW
Tüftelst du gerne? Oder reparierst du Elektronik? Rüste dich mit diesem praktischen Werkzeugset für Präzisionsarbeit und bequeme Reparaturen, Montage und Heimwerken aus. In diesem robusten Werkzeugkasten findest du Präzisionsschraubendreher, 25L-Bits, einen Bithalter und Schraubendreher. Aus hochwertigen Materialien gefertigt, sind sie langlebig und beschädigungssicher, und der praktische Koffer sorgt für einen einfachen Transport.
Article no.: DKMT65
23.90€
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4 piece
· 1 - 3 working days
- 51-tlg. Ratschen Schraubendreher Set für viele Anwendungsbereiche.
- Aluminium Schraubendreher mit Rechts- / Linkslauf verstellbar und Mittelstellung feststellbar.
- Mit stufenloser, leichtgängiger Ratschenfunktion.
- Passend für alle 4 mm Mini Bits.
- Länge ca. 105 mm.
- Flexible Verlängerung ca. 115 mm lang für 4 mm Mini Bits.
Article no.: E-MBS50
29.80€
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2 piece
· 1 - 3 working days

Screwdriver - everything under control

The screwdriver is a useful tool that you will use again and again as a maker. Screwdrivers are manually or electrically operated and usually consist of three separate sections: handle, shaft and head. While handles really only differ in their insulating or ergonomic properties, the shaft varies greatly from very long to very short. The head of the screwdriver is either a receptacle for interchangeable bits or a tool tip with a special shape that fits a specific screw head profile. Since each type of screw requires a different screwdriver, it is good to know the main types of screws. Using the wrong screwdriver is not only very unsatisfactory, but can also quickly lead to slipping and injury. In the worst case, you can damage the screw or the component with it. There is nothing more annoying than a screw head for which no tool fits at all because it has been deformed by unsuitable screwdrivers. Therefore, we give you a short overview of the most common screwdrivers that you may come across as a maker:

Slotted screwdriver

The slotted screwdriver is suitable for the oldest type of screw: the slotted screw. This screw comes in many sizes and here it is especially important to find the right screwdriver to avoid damaging the screw head. Even though the slotted screw seems to be the classic among all screws, it is hardly used any more, especially in industrial production, because it has too many disadvantages. A lack of automatic centring of the tool and thus a high risk of slipping, as well as excessive forces on the flanks, are the main reasons.

Phillips screwdriver

The Phillips screwdriver was the logical further development of the slotted screw, as here the screwing forces can be distributed over a larger area and at the same time the tool is centred. In 1936, the Phillips Screw Company introduced the Phillips head screw, which has survived to this day and is known as the Phillips crosshead. About 25 years later, the same company presented an improved version of the Phillips screw under the name Pozidriv (positive drive). This innovation has also endured and so both types of screw still exist in parallel with their respective matching screwdrivers. To get the best fit between screwdriver and screw, you should therefore pay attention to whether you are dealing with Phillips or Pozidriv screws. If you feel that all sizes of Phillips screws are duplicated in your collection of bits, look again. It is probably a set of Phillips bits (marked PH) and a set of Pozidriv bits (marked PZ).

Precision mechanics screwdrivers

Precision screwdrivers are used by makers when they have to deal with very small screws. Typically you will find them on laptops, watches, mobile phones, glasses or similar. Precision mechanic screwdrivers are usually bought as a set in order to be able to loosen a variety of screws. With the set, you can do many jobs for which other people have to go to a specialist shop. These include, for example, changing the battery of a watch, tightening loose spectacle frames or opening service flaps on a laptop. Because of the thin material of the tiny screw heads, the right precision mechanic's screwdriver is particularly important here. Even with small screws, a distinction is made between slotted, Phillips and Torx screws.

Torx screwdriver

Torx screws are considered the top model of the screw revolution. They were specially designed for the requirements of industrial use and offer many advantages, so that they are becoming more and more common. The term Torx comes from the English translation "torque" for torque. As the name suggests, Torx screws can be tightened to a higher torque with less effort than their predecessors. The patent on Torx screws has expired in the meantime, but the name is still protected. For legal reasons, this type of screw is therefore also known as "hexagonal" or "internal star". You can recognise Torx screws by their six-pointed screw head and a suitable Torx screwdriver is absolutely necessary. Once you have worked with Torx screws, you will appreciate the advantages.

Hexagon socket screwdriver

Even though hexagon socket screws are usually turned with a combination spanner or open-end spanner, there are certain installation situations where you are best served with a hexagon socket screwdriver. Sometimes there is simply no room to move a longer spanner. Other manufacturers decide, for visual or safety reasons, to recess the screws in the housing, where they are inaccessible to classic open-end spanners. In this case you need an external hexagon screwdriver.

Tri-Wing or Three-Wing Screwdriver

Tri-wing screws were originally developed for aircraft and military equipment to make unintentional tampering more difficult. However, this particular type is also increasingly found in household electrical appliances, timers or plug-in power supplies. This is to prevent people without specialist knowledge from tampering with components that carry household voltage (usually 230V). But this type of screw is also popular for consumer electronics of all kinds, such as laptops, hard drives, cameras, game consoles or smartphones, to prevent owners from making unauthorised repairs or upgrades. A very close relative of the Tri-Wing profile, is the Y-Type profile. At first glance they appear to be almost identical, but they differ in that the Y-Type profile has all 3 grooves meeting in the middle (like a propeller), whereas the Tri-Wing profile has the 3 grooves running past each other at an angle. Therefore, pay attention to whether you have to use a Y-type screwdriver or a Tri-wing screwdriver.

VDE screwdriver

VDE screwdrivers are not another type of screwdriver, but a specific feature of the tool. VDE stands for "Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies". These screwdrivers are insulated tools made for live electrical work. They comply with current DIN standards and the shaft is rubberised or covered with plastic to prevent electrical conduction. You can also buy VDE screwdrivers in sets. A set often comes with a voltage tester in the form of a screwdriver. By touching an electrical component and placing a finger on the metal contact on the back of the voltage tester, you can quickly determine whether an electrical voltage is present on the component. You usually do this voltage test before carrying out electrical work on sockets, switches or lamps in the home. This tool, which is usually very transparent, is also well suited for the small screws of luster terminals that are often used for electrical work.

Torque screwdriver

Torque screwdrivers are also available for many of the screw profiles mentioned above, but they have the characteristic that the torque to be transferred to the screw can be adjusted. Torque screwdrivers are used where a too loose or too tight fit of the screw would compromise the safety of the fastening. For example, too loose a fit could cause unintentional loosening of the screw in the event of vibration. If the screw is tightened too tightly, it could damage the component in soft materials or even tear the screw out. Similarly, with printed circuit boards or glass plates, checking the torque when tightening the screws is very helpful. Torque screwdrivers have either an adjustable slip clutch inside the handle or a display to read the applied torque.

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