Wiha Tools USA - selling Wiha made hand tools in the United States since 1985

System 4 ESD Safe Torx® Interchangeable Blade 8 Piece Set

Made In Germany - Wiha Quality

Titles and descriptions supersede the photo. We typically use the same image for different sizes of tools.

System 4 ESD Safe Torx® T3, T4 T5 on Standard Blades. T6+T8, T7+T9, T10+T15, T15+T20 On Reversible Blades. 8 Piece Interchangeable Set In Anti-Static Vinyl Pouch
SKU: 28087


Torx: T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T15, T20
Wiha special chrome-vanadium-molybdenum tool steel
Corrosion protective Hard Chrome Finish
Through hardened for best wear resistance

Precision Handle is made of high Quality cadmium free Plastic
ESD-Safe Dissipative Material
The Tapered Shape allows rapid rotation
Handles Proportioned to Blade Size for optimum torque
Precision Turning and Control with the Rotating Cap

Packaged In Anti-Static vinyl Pouch

Additional Info

SKU 28087
Weight (lbs) 0.2900
RoHS Compliant Yes
Head Type torx
Handle Grip Types ESD safe
Pieces In Set 8
UPC 084705280875
UNSPSC 27111741
Apple and moreReview by RonL
I have one set of go-to tools for repairing my Macs, iPhones, and other electronics - Wiha. I can be sure that they fit and they won't break trying to get that one *last* fastener out. The System 4 series with the Collet Lock Adjustable Handle lets me get into deep plastic wells and tight places by extending the shaft only when needed. (Posted on 2/19/2018)
Picture is incorrect for items advertised but who cares, Your Tools are fantastic. I want them all.Review by Mark
I've used your products for over 20 years. I always leave them safe at home but when needed in the field, I buy cheap items but they always lead me back to WIHA. Fantastic, durable tools and I have my originals to this very day. I highly recommend these products. You will hopefully never need the same tool again or you will have misplaced your own. And seriously, I have purchased over $70 dollars in Torx and other items but they always leave me stranded. This is why I am back now. This past weekend I was two hours away from civilization working on critical frequency amplification systems. I had to abort because of one stripped cheap driver. Hopefully my wife will allow one more research weekend but this time, with tools that I know will not let me down. Sincerely, Mark H. Owner EESI Richardson, Texas USA. (Posted on 3/2/2016)