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    Kitronik General Purpose Screwdrivers Pack of 10

    Manufacturer: Kitronik
    This pack of general-purpose terminal style screwdrivers are perfect for working with boards/devices that feature terminal style connectors. These screwdrivers are supplied as a pack of 10 and all 10 screwdrivers feature identical red coloured handles. Terminal block connectors are a great solderless solution for wiring projects up and a set of terminal style screwdrivers are a must for every workshop.

    The screwdrivers are approximately 80mm in length, with the split between handle and shaft an even 50/50 at approximately 40mm each. Small enough to be super convenient and large enough to be perfect for the job in hand. Although small, the striking red coloured handles will enable you to spot them straight away; on a cluttered desktop, in a tool drawer, or any other typical tool discarding spot! As you know, it's always much easier to look for one colour at a time!

  • Perfect for working with boards/devices that feature terminal style connectors.
  • Supplied as a pack of 10.
  • 80mm total length, with a 50/50 split between handle and shaft.
  • All ten screwdrivers have striking red coloured handles.
  • Easy to use and easy to spot.
  • Many of our accessory boards for Pico and micro:bit feature terminal style connectors and these screwdrivers are the perfect fit.

  • Dimensions:
  • Total Length: 80mm (nominal).
  • Shaft Length: 40mm (nominal).
  • Handle Length: 40mm (nominal).

  • SKU: KI 26120-10
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    NOTE:Ensure that when using a power supply that it is rated for at least 1A and 5V.

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