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Large diameter handles with soft-grip for added grip and torque. Colour coded ends for ease of selection in the toolbox. With high quality chrome vanadium steel bar moulded to the handle for added durability.

Large diameter handles with soft-grip for added grip and torque. Colour coded ends for ease of selection in the toolbox. With high quality chrome vanadium steel bar moulded to the handle for added durability.
Average Customer Rating:
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for FatMax Pozi Drive Screwdriver Pz#2 x 125mm
Review 1 for FatMax Pozi Drive Screwdriver Pz#2 x 125mm
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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great screw driver
1 Mar 2012
By fatmat
, worcestershire
"comfortable grip and great grip on scews, even old ones, and i use this screw driver every day in my job, better than the cheaper stanley ones, worth the extra money"
Review 2 for FatMax Pozi Drive Screwdriver Pz#2 x 125mm
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Not so fat...
6 Aug 2013
By foxy99
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"The handle of this no. 2 is the same as the no. 1 which makes for cheap manufacturing but not for getting any serious amount of torque on a screw that the tip is built for. It might be called FatMax, but fat it is not; ThinMin might be more apt."
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