Screwdrivers feature rubber grip handles and chrome vanadium shafts.
- (5) Phillips magnetic screwdrivers (#0x3", #1x6",#1x3", #2x1.5", #2x4")
- (6) Flat Head magnetic screwdrivers (1/4"x1-1/2", 1/8"x3", 3/16"x4", 3/16"x3", 1/4"x6", 1/4"x8")
- (5) Torx magnetic screwdrivers (T10, T15, T20, T25, T30)
- (7) Square magnetic screwdrivers (S0, S1 x 3", S1 x 4", S2 x 1.5", S2 x 4", S2 x 6", S3x4")
- (10) Mini Screw drivers (4 Phillips, 3 Flat Head, 3 Torx)
- (30) Assorted bit set (6 Torx, 8 Square drive, 4 Phillips, 6 Flat Head, 6 Hex)
- (1) Magnetic bit handle
- (4) Awls
- (1) Screwdriver keychain
30-Piece Assorted Bit Set Includes:
- Phillips bits- #0, #1, #2, #3
- Flat Head bits- #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8
- Hex bits- H2, H3, H4, H5, H5.5, H6
- Square bits- S0, S1, S2, S3 (2 of each size)
- Torx bits- T10, T15, T20, T25, T30, T40
Fill Your Toolbox with Screwdriver Sets from JEGS
JEGS Screwdriver Sets offer everything from Phillips, slotted, star, torx, allen, and more. Some have magnetic shaft tips and comfortable rubber handles, with the JEGS logo, to give you extra control. Choose from multiple sets for a variety of applications, from single drivers with multiple quick-change bits to sets with a hundred pieces or more.
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