Wiha Hand Tools: Wiha Tools, Wiha...

Wiha Hand Tools: Wiha Tools, Wiha Screwdrivers Comparison by KC Tool and Review of 17 screwdriver styles. Wiha tools makes a lot of great screwdrivers for industrial use, electricians, plumbers, electronic repair, DIY and more. This is a comparison and review of …

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15 Responses to “ Wiha Hand Tools: Wiha Tools, Wiha”

  1. KC Tool Co says:

    Ari P
    Both Wera and Wiha Insulated electrician screwdrivers have a label on the
    very top that shows the size and style of each driver. It’s such a great

  2. SpiDeRReal says:

    I’m needing a T9 and T6 bit for opening a mass of PC Hard Drives for
    recycling… do you have a suggestion?

  3. Nintendo Hardware Enthusiast says:

    Wiha screwdrivers have been VERY reliable to me. I work on electronics
    ranging from small handheld devices to desktop computers and game consoles.
    The series that I rely on most is the Precision series. I own a great deal
    of the standard set and have NEVER stripped a single screw. I’ve been
    expanding my collection and have just about every size driver in the
    precision series. These are definitely made to last. I even ordered a
    handful from KC Tools on eBay! 

  4. Ari P says:

    I am trying to find electrician screwdrivers that have a label on the top
    end. When they are in a belt and you look down and should be able to see
    which one is which. Nobody seems to mention that or say if they have the
    label on the end. You can marker them, but it wears off too easily even
    with an indelible marker. Very necessary and simple design they should all
    have, but so many don’t. 

  5. Torontodude20000 says:

    I have a set of insulated screwdrivers from Wiha. They are great, I
    especially love the #2 Phillips. Imo it’s better than my Klein. 

  6. xCaffieneJunkyx says:

    Good video. Just ordered their torx bit set from you guys for knife

  7. Jeremy Brenneman says:

    I am in the process of ordering several Wiha Screwdrivers and watched your
    video AGAIN to see what type of handle I needed/wanted. Perfectly
    informative. Thanks for taking the time to make this!

  8. theekrusher says:

    hugr fan of the microfinish. pliable handles get gummy and give you
    blisters. the hard textured plastic of the microfinish is genius. if you
    work lots with scewdrivers, the microfinish is a really great choice.

  9. Durallymax Vinny says:

    Tell them to make more Microfinish ones. Love that grip. Softfinish isn’t
    terrible though. Every driver I own is Wiha., Ordering some Drive-Loc and
    Topra now. Honestly, I bought a #2 Delo Ergonic, Felo 550, Wiha
    Microfinish, and Wera Chiseldriver. When I opened all of them I thought I
    would like the Wiha the least and the Felo Ergonic the most. I figured the
    Wera would be high on my list. Hated the Ergonic, Wera felt weird, Wiha was

  10. ihazpowrz says:

    I love my Wiha drivers! No other brand of tool feels as secure in Torx
    fasteners. These make Snap-On feel like a Chinese off brand. – Audi Master

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