Wera Joker 6004 in VDE

January 11, 2023

Wera Joker 6400 adjustable VDE spanner continuously and automatically grips all hex-agonal sizes in the indicated range of dimensions – metric and imperial. The integrated lever mechanism securely clamps the hexagon screw or bolt between the jaws, which significantly reduces the risk of slippage or dam-age.

The ratchet feature ensures fast and consistent screwdriving without re-moving the tool. By using the corner-width rectangular prisms, a back-pivoting angle of only 30° can be achieved.

The single-arm design, in conjunction with the ratchet feature and the cor-ner-width prism, makes it possible to work even in confined spaces.

The adjustable Joker 6004 VDE has a naturally comfortable handle thanks to the 2-component plastic insulation. Safety is increased by the anti-slip protection at the front end of the handle.

The sliding function offers contactless and safe opening of the non-insulated jaws, thereby providing extra protection.

The 4 individual sizes cover all metric and imperial dimensions from 7 to 19 mm or ¼” to ¾”. The tools will be available individually and as a set from early 2023.

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