Wera 027405 Awl - 105mm

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Wera 1427 Awl

Blade length: 105mm (4-3/16")
Overall length: 92mm

Handle is Weralit II, single-component.

Blade extends through handle

Manufacturer Part #: 05027405001
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All Wera professional hand tools are covered by a lifetime warranty against breakage due to defects in materials or workmanship for the normal life of the product. This policy does not cover products which have been altered in any way, and products which have been subject to abuse, misuse, negligence, or improper storage. Bits, bitholders and L-keys are also not covered under this warranty policy as they are considered consumable. Wera Tools reserves the right to inspect warranty claims before replacements are issued. Return transportation costs are not included, however Wera will send replacement tools at no cost. Any claims for reasons other than those noted here must be approved by Wera Tools Inc. All returns are subject to inspection prior to replacement.

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Single Material
Individual Tools
175-199mm (7.0-7.9 inches)
100 mm (3.9 Inches)
Country of Origin:
Made in Czech Republic
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5 Reviews Write a Review

  • 5
    Wera awl

    Posted by John Elmore on Apr 13th 2023

    Through the handle shaft for ultimate strength. Highly recommended.

  • 5
    Very strong tool

    Posted by miguel leal on Aug 22nd 2021

    Very strong tool. The best is that the shaft goes through the handle!

  • 5
    Takes a beating

    Posted by Asa Berdahl on Mar 20th 2021

    I honestly just wanted an awl that I could stroke without feeling like the blastic grip would explode. Having already invested in Wera tools I thought I'd grab theirs. It was incredibly cheap, incredibly sharp, and quite rugged. The tip stays super sharp even after popping holes in aluminum and concrete board siding all day.

  • 5
    Good all around tool

    Posted by Christopher on Jan 31st 2021

    Use this for everything from oring removal and scribing to leather punching. Solid handle.

  • 4
    Decent little awl

    Posted by Max Lloyd on Aug 26th 2019

    Got this to replace a cheapo awl I bent. I like that the shaft extends through the handle. There is a different texture toward the tip, like others may have mentioned, but it doesn't bother me. I'm not used to monotone german tools.