6-in-1 General Purpose Multi-Bit Screwdriver, 7-1/2" Overall Length, Number of Pieces: 4
- Item # 1CLP2
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- Mfr. Model # 1CLP2
- Catalog Page # 836
- UNSPSC # 27111702
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- Screwdriver and Nut Driver Grouping Screwdrivers
- Item Multi-Bit Screwdriver
- Tip Style Group Crosspoint,Slotted
- Screwdriver Tip Style Keystone Slotted/Phillips
- Sizes Included PH1 x 1/4" Slotted, PH2 x 3/16" Slotted
- Handle Material Thermoplastic Vulcanizate
- Overall Length 7-1/2"
- Includes (2) Nutdrivers: 1/4", 5/16"
- Tether Capable Standard Tool (Accessory Needed for Tethering)
- ESD Safe No
- Insulated No
- Nonsparking No
- Handle Design Ergonomic
- Bit Style Phillips, Slotted
- Driver Type 6-in-1
- Primary Application General Purpose
- Ratcheting No
- Single End/Double End Double End
- Bit Retainer Type Quick Change
- Number of Pieces 4
- Shank Type Solid
- Shank Material Steel
- Finish Chrome
- Screwdriver Bit Material Steel
- Drive Size 1/4",5/16"
- Features Thermoplastic Vulcanizate Rubber grip
- Standards ANSI
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