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Micro Bit Handle Storage Slotted/Phillips Pocket Clip 7 Piece Set

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MicroBit Pocket Clip Set with Phillips #000-#0, Slotted 1.2 - 2.0mm Micro Bits, Magnetic Bit Holder and Aluminum Storage Handle
SKU: 75981

Frequently bought together


Phillips: #000, #00, #0
Slotted: 1.2, 1.5, 2.0mm
Wiha Micro Bits - Exact Fit Precision Machined
Micro Bits are ideal for Electronics and Optical Precision tooling
28mm Long for better handling
4mm Hex Drive
Wiha special chrome-vanadium-molybdenum tool steel
Through hardened for best wear resistance

Pen Styled Magnetic Bit Holder and Aluminum Storage Handle

Additional Info

SKU 75981
Weight (lbs) 0.1200
Packaging Clamshell
California Residents Click for Proposition 65 warning
Head Type slotted, phillips
Bit Type Standard
UPC 084705759814
UNSPSC 27112814
Pieces In Set 7
Bit Features SYSTEM 4
Handle Grip Types Precision, Bit Storage in Handle
Phillips Sizes #000, #00, #0
Slotted Sizes 1.2mm~3/64", 1.5mm~1/16", 2.0mm~5/64"
Kind of a miss!Review by Jonathan
Purchased this via Amazon. Used it once for a small repair, the bits, as I expected are absolutely perfect. Seriously. No one is kidding even a little bit at how well made the Wiha bits are. The are second to very very little.

However, the driver that it comes with, doesn't measure up to the same standards. The build quality is decent, nothing spectacular, but, really, what does it have to do except store some bits and be a decent driver? Well. It turns out, the storage area is the killer downside.

This was stored in a handy dandy Maxpedition pocket pouch.

The top works itself open pretty easily, spilling the bits pretty often. Also, no big deal.

Now, the bits are in there loose, and rattle around quite a bit. Which lends to what eventually happened to me. The bits are now (4 of the 6) are completely and utterly jammed inside there.

I've tried tapping the driver handle against things. Tried using a hook and pick set.

All to no avail. A fifteen cent piece of plastic as a caddy would have stopped this.

If I can figure out how to get them out, I'll probably make one out of Sugru.

Pretty disapointed! (Posted on 2/7/2016)