Wera 073240 Kraftform Kompakt 28 SB

Wera 073240 Kraftform Kompakt 28 SB - KC Tool
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Wera Kraftform Kompakt 28 SB
Application: Suitable for 1/4" DIN ISO 1173 C 6.3 hexagon socket insert bits and Wera Series 1
Design: Attachment, telescopic, with stainless steel sleeve, retaining ring, and strong permanent magnet
Handle: Kraftform with non-roll feature, multi-component, integrated magazine
Slotted: 5.5, 6.5mm
Phillips: #1, #2
Pozidriv: #1, #2

Manufacturer Part Number: 05073240001

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.
Tool Sets
Phillips #1
Phillips #2
Pozidriv #1
Pozidriv #2
Slotted 5.5 mm
Slotted 6.5 mm
Multi-Component Material
Country of Origin:
Made in Czech Republic
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9 Reviews Write a Review

  • 5
    Less is more.

    Posted on Feb 18th 2021

    Need the bit holder with better clearance in tight spots. This bayonet attachment is great for those tight spots where the rapidaptor (sp?) won’t fit.

  • 5
    Sweet driver

    Posted on Nov 1st 2020

    Bought type of these as the tool of the day. One for me and one for my brother who is in HVAC. I showed him mine the other day and he was crazy jealous. Looking forward to gifting the second. Feels pretty solid and love how small it is compared to my last 10 in 1. The caddy accepted other brand bits for a custom setup too.

  • 5
    Wera 73240 multi bit screwdriver

    Posted on Oct 31st 2020

    Can be a short or long screwdriver... bits are easy to access too. Compact multi-role tool.

  • 4
    Compact and useful!

    Posted on Oct 31st 2020

    Solid little tool. Good weight to it as well. My only complaints would be the slight amount of play in the connection between the bit driver and the handle. The bits from this also did not fit on the DeWalt extension that I had. (I figured they were all 1/4” so I was surprised by this but I returned the DeWalt extension and I’m keeping the Wera)

  • 5

    Posted on Jul 11th 2020

    These Wera ones are better than the red ones Wera Made for Snap On at a MUCH better price!!! I wish I figured this out before I bought one off the Snapon truck , soon as I figured out WERA made it I ordered this one from KC tools (because the snap on version is Mint too) I had to have 2

  • 5
    Goes everywhere tool

    Posted on Feb 1st 2020

    Got this as the tool of the day. Used it every day since. Love it!

  • 5
    Super useful

    Posted on Jan 30th 2020

    This screw driver is small enough to keep in your pocket and big enough for all tasks compact with multiple tips inside

  • 4
    Great tool, bits lack quality.

    Posted on May 16th 2019

    I use this tool everyday, great all in one for my service bag. I changed out all the bits to fit my needs as the bits weren't of a high quality.

  • 4
    Prerty good

    Posted on Feb 24th 2019

    I really wish a German company would follow suit with Klein and create a nut driver multi screwdriver type but this is a close 2nd . I'm also curious how the Spring action in the button that opens up the handle for bit storage will hold up. 1st day somebody dropped some drywall mud on top of it and it seemed to cause some hesitation but I'm sure it can be blown out and be as good as New. The shaft retracts into the handle as well to create a shorter screwdriver but I personally haven't found much use for it although it may come in handy one day. At 1st the bit storage seemed chintzy but after several days it actually seems to be very solid. No bit movement or chances of them falling out. It holds them well and they are easy to put in and take out. I love the fact that the shaft comes out and can't be put in a drill. That means I could put any quarter inch bit holder in there pretty much and the reason I got this one was the head is really small so it will fit into tighter spaces unlike the rapiditor type. But anything will snap in there. The magnet is extremely strong and I like to use that as a measuring stick for how well a screwdriver is made and it seems to be really well made. handle is comfortable and it's just really nice all around