Yep - they're top quality. Whether they're worth the cost is up to you, but given reasonable care they'll outlast most owners, unless someone half-inches them.thetyreman":ittxh0h6 said:just wondering if they are actually worth it? I've seen some allen keys as well as screwdrivers on offer recently and have been tempted.
I have this one, and it is fantastic. Not only is it very ergonomic and the steel is excellent, plus all the bits one might need for furniture are there - but the parts are easily transferred to a drill. Very versatile.Pete Maddex":3h42ucck said:I insisted we all had these at work
https://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/wera-k ... pc-bit-set fantastic screwdriver, I can highly recommend them.
thanks! looks like they do sell an imperial set but it's not the colour coded type: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wera-050217280 ... op?ie=UTF8Trevanion":cfnluvtp said:I've got the Wera VDE screwdriver set, and the Regular Black & Green screwdrivers. Both sets are excellent in my opinion and neither has failed me at all, they've all still got good unworn faces after 3+ years of fairly regular use. Only drawback is that they're not really for hammering too heavily but they'll take a couple of taps, if you wanted ones for hammering they do the "Chiseldrivers". I've also got the Multicolour Hex-plus set which is worth every penny! I've always struggled with finding and losing hex keys because they act camoflauged on the bench and are neigh on impossible to find amongst parts. The Hex keys are also FAR better at gripping than traditional Allen keys, screws which have rounded slightly and an Allen won't remove the Weras will remove it no problem. They're so good I'm very tempted to buy another set, If they did an Imperial set I would buy it in a heartbeat.