B&Q Chrome Vanadium Steel Ph1 Phillips Screwdriver (L)100mm

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Suitable for driving Phillips head screws this Phillips screwdriver from B&Q has a PH1 tip size and a durable plastic grip handle which has been specially designed for comfort whilst working. Its chrome vanadium steel body is extremely durable and hard-wearing, whilst still resisting oxidation, corrosion and abrasions through prolonged periods of use.

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Technical specification of B&Q Chrome Vanadium Steel Ph1 Phillips Screwdriver (L)100mm
Brand B&Q
Construction material Chrome vanadium steel
Screwdriver type Phillips
Tip size PH1
Handle type Plastic grip handle
Length 100mm
Model BCS003

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