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Hard Handle Screwdriver Set, 10-Piece (#0-#3, 1/8-5/16 in.)

Item #DRV44003
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Hard Handle Screwdriver Set, 10-Piece (#0-#3, 1/8-5/16 in.)

Details

Classic Handle Design

Refined from a classic square profile, the handle has smooth, comfortable contours along the sides that create natural positions for your fingers.

One hand holding a Hard Handle Screwdriver
Hard Handle screwdriver gripping surface

Extremely Durable Handle

Made of glass-reinforced nylon, the handle has a very hard and durable surface.

RESISTANT TO:
  • Extreme Temps
  • High
    Impacts
  • Chips & Cracks
  • Scratches & Dents
  • Fuels & Grease
  • Cleaners & Solvents
Hard Handle Markings - Phillips

Easy-to-Read Markings

Tip type and size are printed on the end of the driver for easy identification.

Phillips Tip

Truncated at the tip to fully engage fasteners without bottoming out

Stubby Phillips Tip

Truncated at the tip to fully engage fasteners without bottoming out

Slotted Tip

Machined tip is the same width as the shaft to fit into narrow recesses

Thick tip design withstands high-torque driving and light-duty prying

Stubby Slotted Tip

Compact tip allows a shorter overall blade length than the standard slotted tip profile

Materials and Construction

Hard Handle Slotted Screwdriver

AISI 8650 Steel Blade

  • Strong Ni-Cr-Mo alloy hardened to HRC 52–56

Nylon 6 Inner Core

  • Resists blade turnout and improves outer handle smoothness
  • Strong, durable glass-reinforced nylon is the same material as the outer handle

The #0 Phillips and 1/8 inch Slotted drivers have a smaller handle size that does not use an inner core.

Nylon 6 Outer Handle

  • Glass-reinforced nylon with an impact modifier increases strength and durability
  • Shore D 90 durometer
Driver Blades are Insert Molded

Insert Molded for Exceptional Strength

We use a molding process that forms the handle around the blade, rather than forcing the blade into a premade handle. The result is a straighter blade that can’t twist out.