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General Purpose Nut Driver: Metric, Solid, 2.5 mm Hex Size, 5 5/8 in Overall Lg, 3 1/8 in Shank Lg, Chrome, Steel

Item # 121W541

$4.18 Each

Product Specs

Measurement System: Metric
Shank Type: Solid
Hex Size: 2.5 mm
Overall Length: 5 5⁄8 in
Shank Length: 3 1⁄8 in
Finish/Coating: Chrome
Shank Material: Steel
Handle Color: Red; Black
Magnetic Tip: No
ESD-Safe: No
Corrosion-Resistant: Yes
Drive: Hex
Handle Length: 80 mm
Handle Material: Plastic
Handle Type: Precision; Rotating Cap
Hex Depth: 2.5 mm
Insulated: No
Insulation Rating: Not Rated
Non-Magnetic: No
Non-Sparking: No
Ratcheting: No
Replaceable Shaft: No
Tethered: No

Compliance and Restrictions

WARNING Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Country Of Origin

  • Germany

About This Product

This General Purpose Nut Driver has a solid shank, which has a standard solid shaft. It also has a 2.5 mm hex size. It has a 5 5/8 in overall length and a 3 1/8 in shank length. It also has a chrome finish, which is a hard finish that is easy to clean and provides mild corrosion resistance. It has a steel shank, which provides strength and durability for a range of tasks. Sold individually.

About Nut Drivers & Sets

Similar in design to a screwdriver, nut drivers have a handle with a long shank and a socket at the end. The socket is placed onto a nut or bolt, and the handle is rotated to tighten or loosen the fastener. Nut drivers are easier to maneuver in close quarters than a standard wrench or ratchet handle. They may have efficiency-boosting features such as a hollow shank that allows a threaded rod to pass through when tightening a nut or a magnetic tip that holds nuts on the socket for easier placement. Commonly used in the electronics industry, nut drivers are suitable for applications that do not require high amounts of torque to be applied to the fastener.

The shorter, narrower shank and handle of these precision nut drivers provides better access and control than a standard nut driver—making them suitable for detailed applications with small, tightly spaced components, such as repairing and manufacturing electronics and medical equipment.

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