Wera 05118074001 Kraftform Micro 2054 Hexagon Electronics Precision Screwdriver, 0.05mm Head, 40mm Blade Length
- Brand: Wera
- Hand tools Type: Screwdrivers
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 16.9 x 4.4 x 1.8 cm; 10 Grams
- Date First Available : 23 January 2020
- Manufacturer : Wera
- ASIN : B003ES5MF8
- Item model number : 05118074001
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Size:Hexagon 0.05mm Head, 40mm Blade
Wera Kraftform Micro Electronic Screwdrivers are designed to reduce the fastening time and cost per screw connection. Kraftform Micro handle features the shape that facilitates high torque transfer and precision feel for fine adjustment work. Hand support on convex/concave cap offers both an easy turning action and comfortable hand rest. The slim fast-turning zone, beneath the cap, accelerates the screwdriving process and reduces time-consuming grip adjustments. Integrated soft zones in handle bulge, transfer high tightening/loosening forces without losing contact with screws. Precision zone at blade provides better feel for rotational angle during fine adjustment work. Wera black point Tip and hardening process guarantee long service life and increased corrosion protection. Anti-roll protection stops screwdrivers from rolling away at the workplace. Wera The Best Tools For The Job!
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TLDR: Tip is extremely delicate. I am pretty careful and yet can't think of an application for which this would be useful for the everyday shopper
The tool is unusually light given its construction (and other/similar tools). It also feels unusually rigid (also compared to other tools).
When using this, I feel no bowing or flexing of the shaft, and the tip is textured perfectly to grip the screw.
The handle is also formed and textured nicely to allow for a very solid grip on the tool.
You can't go wrong with this and its worth every penny.
i'm just a hobbyist, taking apart used mechanical watches and pocket watches that can no longer be salvaged, for upcycled coppertronic jewelry parts. i bought a "watch toolkit" and the slotted screwdrivers were still way too big for the watches i was taking apart and everytime someone asked me "have you tried an eyeglass repair kit?" i would get irritated because an eyeglass screw is about three times as big as the screws in a watch! so i did a lot of research into into "professional" watch tools and just decided what i really needed was a good small screwdriver that can fit comfortably in my hand. they were harder to find than i expected. the tip is magnetized because all the tiny screws stick to it so no more switching to tweezers to set a screw in place or pick it out. it's also ergonomic and my fingers just naturally went right into the grooves of the handle when i went to use it.
it's sharpened well so that it actually goes right into the tiny slots, making it easier to find its grip and twist off a screw. this whole time, i've been using a pin that came with the watch toolkit that i shaved down to meet my needs but even with my small hands, i could not get a good grip on it and it would dull after a few watches.
the only drawback with a slotted screwdriver this tiny is that i wish it was shorter, for better control. when i'm trying to take apart a watch after i drink coffee, my hands are shaking all over the place and having a long handle like this one does not help.