Stahlwille 412 Bit holder, 1/4" for 1/4" bits

Stahlwille 412 Bit holder, 1/4" for 1/4" bits - KC Tool
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ST11180010
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Stahlwille 412 Bit holder, 1/4" for 1/4" bits

Socket, hexagon 1/4" inside hexagon, DIN 3126/ISO 1173 D 6.3. Internal hex drive with a collar-thrust spring. Bits are easy to insert, lock securely in position and can be removed just as easily; even hex bits with a wide groove (Type E, DIN 3126/ISO 1173). HPQ high performance steel.
Stahlwille Tools purchased through KC Tool come with a lifetime warranty against material defects or faulty workmanship except for consumable items such as screwdriver bits and socket adapters. Stahlwille torque products are subject to a separate warranty that has guidelines and regulations on repair labs that have been authorized by Stahlwille to perform service and calibration. The warranty for both torque and non-torque products is void if the tool is tampered with, abused, or used in a manner that is not intended by the manufacturer (i.e. using chrome sockets on an impact gun).

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Indieset:
Individual Tools
Ratchetdrivesize:
1/4 Inch Square Drive
OAL:
25-38mm (1.0-1.4 inches)
Finish:
Chrome-plated Finish
Country of Origin:
Made in Germany
Stockstatus:
In Stock
UPC/EAN:
4018754103843

1 Review Write a Review

  • 5
    Grabs bit super good

    Posted on Oct 10th 2021

    Exudes quality. Grabs on to the bit extremely well. If your primary requirement for a bit adapter is high bit-holding grip, this is the one. Only issue is that the round bit-end of the socket doesn't really advertise which way to put the bit into the hex hold, so you might have to turn the bit until it is in the correct orientation to continue into the socket.