Felo 50719 5.5 x 60mm Precision Nut Driver

Felo 50719 5.5 x 60mm Precision Nut Driver - KC Tool
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SKU:
F50719
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Felo 50719 5.5 x 60mm Precision Nut Driver

Series 249 - Precision Screwdriver

Ergonomically refined design
Full-length polypropylene core
Free rotating cap for minimal friction
Hanging hole for easy storage or inserting lever
Pleasant soft grip material for added comfort
Anti-roll handle design
Blades manufactured from chrome-molybdenum-vanadium steel
Superior torque which exceeds DIN and ISO requirements by up to 100%
All Felo products are guaranteed for life. If you are not happy with a Felo tool - for any reason - simply return it. A replacement will be shipped right out at no cost - no questions asked!
Indieset:
Individual Tools
Tipstyle:
Nut Driver
Tipsize:
Nut Driver Metric 5.5 mm
Bladelength:
60 mm (2.4 Inches)
OAL:
150-174mm (6.0-6.9 inches)
Handlematerial:
Multi-Component Material
Finish:
Hard Chrome Finish
Country of Origin:
Made in Germany
Stockstatus:
In Stock
UPC/EAN:
4007157507198

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  • 5
    Felo 50719 Precision Nutdriver 5.5mm x 2-3/8"

    Posted by Ric Dickens on Dec 18th 2015

    I rebuild toy steam engines and have been using low end nut drivers for years. I needed a 5.5mm and decided to buy the Felo 50719 Precision Nut driver 5.5mm x 2-3/8". What a difference a quality tool makes. No more dropping the nut in some obscure place that is a pain to retrieve. The magnetic socket holds the nut until I can put it in the work tray. Another thing I find extremely helpful is the deep well. I can line the nut up and spin it all the way down without changing tools. What a pleasure. I plan to buy the whole set for my work and retire the ones I have to the “will probably never use again” tool drawer. Thanks, Ric Dickens