Stanley Torx Torx Screwdriver (L)75mm

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This chrome vanadium steel torx screwdriver from Stanley is a must have to help ease the insertion of screws into wood. The soft grip handle has been designed for comfort, control, and to reduce hand strains over long use, and offers higher torque to effectively drive screws into wood.

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Technical specification of Stanley Torx Torx Screwdriver (L)75mm
Brand Stanley
Colour description Black and green
Construction material Chrome vanadium steel
Handle type Soft grip handle
Screwdriver type Torx
Length 75mm
Pack quantity 1
Model 1-65-340

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