Wera 030119 PH #0 x 40mm ESD Safe Micro Phillips Screwdriver

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Wera 1550 PH #0 x 40mm ESD Safe Kraftform Precision Screwdriver
Application: Phillips screws
Blade: Phillips
Design: Chrome-plated, Black Point
Handle: Kraftform Micro with non-roll feature and rotating cap, multi-component

ESD Safe
Optimized for Asian PH scews

Manufacturer Part Number: 05030119001
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., or its authorized representatives.

Return tools for warranty replacement directly to KC Tool. All returns are subject to inspection prior to replacement.
Individual Tools
ESD Safe
Phillips #0
40 mm (1.6 Inches)
Country of Origin:
Made in Czech Republic
125-149mm (5.0-5.9 inches)
In Stock

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  • 5
    Perfect for Camera Lens Screws

    Posted by Martin West on Aug 6th 2021

    Had to take apart a camera lens made in Japan to rescue a filter I jammed into it by mistake. Back is held on by 3 small "phillips" screws, I tried small Craftsman phillips and Stanley jewelers #0 screwdriver on one screw but couldn't budge it. Screws had some threadlock on them and the standard phillips cammed out an damaged the head. Similar problems with cameras and electronics in the past. I knew about JIS screws from my Japanese cars, but never had any special screwdrivers. Googling around I found there there is a standard for tiny camera screws too, JCIS. Several YouTubers demonstrated benefits of JIS/JCIS screwdrivers for camera repair so I took the opportunity to buy my first WERA tools. (Learned about WERA from some other, very popular YouTubers.) #0 screwdriver is awesome. Fit tightly into the heads (so did he #00). Swivel end let me apply heavy pressure while turning the tip. Easily broke the threadlocker without any hint of camming out the head. Easily removed the screw I damaged previously. Reasonable prices, great selection, fast service and great tools.