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Screwdriver profile, flatPremium hard chrome vanadium steelLifetime warranty


DIN ISO 2380-1:2006 and DIN ISO 2380-2:2006

Product features

  • blade: premium hard chrome vanadium steel, entirely hardened and tempered
  • blade chrome plated, black anodised tip
  • handle: ergonomic shape
  • three component material
  • hanging hole
CodeThickness x widthAdditionsl lenghtLenghtDiameterweight
6127970.4 x 2.5601452.533
6127980.4 x 2.5751602.533
6116840.5 x 3.0100185337
6127990.5 x 3.0150235339
6128000.6 x 3.51001853.539
6128010.8 x 4.0100185443
6116850.8 x 4.0125210445
6128020.8 x 4.0150235448
6128030.8 x 4.0250335456
6128041.0 x 5.51252255.575
6116861.0 x 5.51502505.581
6168431.0 x 5.52803805.5103
6128051.2 x 6.51502606.5113
6168441.2 x 6.52803906.5145
6128061.2 x 8.01752958163
* Images of products are symbolic. All dimensions are in mm, and weight in grams. All listed dimensions may vary in tolerance.

Usage (pictures)

Usage (Video)

Safety tips

  • Use a screw holding screwdriver to get screws started in awkward, hard-to-reach areas.
  • Use a stubby screwdriver in close quarters where a conventional screwdriver cannot be used.
  • A rounded tip should be redressed with a file; make sure edges are straight.
  • Screwdrivers used in the shop are best stored in a rack. This way, the proper selection of the right screwdriver can be quickly made.
  • Keep the screwdriver handle clean; a greasy handle is apt to cause accidents.
  • A screwdriver should never be used as pry bar. If it is overstressed in this manner, the blade might break and send a particle of steel into the operator's arm or even towards his eyes.
  • Don't use pliers on the handle of a screwdriver to get extra turning power. A wrench should only be used on the square shank or bolster of a screwdriver that is especially designed for that purpose.
  • Don't expose a screwdriver blade to excessive heat as it may reduce the hardness of the blade.
  • Don't use a screwdriver with a split or broken handle.
  • Don't use a regular screwdriver to check a storage battery or to determine if an electrical circuit is live.

Safety (pictures)

Don't use a screwdriver for stirring paint.

Don't use a screwdriver with rounded edges or tips; it will slip and cause damage to the work or yourself.

Don't use a screwdriver near live wires or for electrical testing.

Don't use a screwdriver for prying, punching, chiselling, scoring or scraping.

  • Ergonomically designed handles

    The superior quality of materials used in the Unior line of screwdrivers is complemented by ergonomically designed handles to provide an excellent hold.
  • Three-component handle

    With its combination of soft and hard surfaces, the special, three-component handle – a Unior patent – ensures comfort and efficient performance with minimum strain on the wrist while working.
  • Slip-proof grip

    Able to fit a variety of screw profiles and exhibiting innovative three-component handles, UNIOR screwdrivers ensure great efficiency and a slip-proof grip.