Wera Wood Sets for Screw-in and Screw-out

August 2, 2023

Knocking on wood is always good. If you’re not just looking for a bit of luck when working with wood, you should definitely get one of the three new special Bit-Checks for wood applications. Or all three.

The 30-piece Bit-Check set 30 Wood TX HF. It includes multiple bits of the same size for Phillips, Pozidriv and TORX®, as well as the irresistible Rapidaptor ring magnet, which even sweetens working overhead.

‘The 12-piece Bit-Check set 12 Wood TX HF is for people with a moderate consumption of wood. Here, you’ll also find the RiRa, i.e., the ring magnet Rapidaptor, together with common bit sizes for Pozidriv and TORX®.
If you only sometimes find yourself barking up the wrong tree, we recom-mend the 6-piece Bit-Check set 6 Wood TX HF. It includes 6 essential TORX® bits, but comes without a bit holder.

All three Bit-Checks are happy about the TORX® bits as they come with a super-useful holding function (HF): The clamping force resulting from the seating stress between the tip and the screw profile keeps the screws se-curely on the tool. The annoying loss of screws is a thing of the past.

Wherever the bit geometry allows, the bits are equipped with the Wera Take it easy tool finder: the bits are colour coded according to profile and size stamped.

And the following will make all wood professionals particularly happy: The new bits are also suitable for Würth ASSY screws and Altenloh SPAX T-STAR plus screws!’The 12-piece Bit-Check set 12 Wood TX HF is for people with a moderate consumption of wood. Here, you’ll also find the RiRa, i.e., the ring magnet Rapidaptor, together with common bit sizes for Pozidriv and TORX®.

If you only sometimes find yourself barking up the wrong tree, we recom-mend the 6-piece Bit-Check set 6 Wood TX HF. It includes 6 essential TORX® bits, but comes without a bit holder.

All three Bit-Checks are happy about the TORX® bits as they come with a super-useful holding function (HF): The clamping force resulting from the seating stress between the tip and the screw profile keeps the screws se-curely on the tool. The annoying loss of screws is a thing of the past.

Wherever the bit geometry allows, the bits are equipped with the Wera Take it easy tool finder: the bits are colour coded according to profile and size stamped.

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