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Carl Kammerling's flexible friend

Published: 28 January 2013
Following extensive research into tradesmen's requirements, Carl Kammerling International has created an end-user-led tool solution allowing tradesmen easy access to confined screws and fixings with the new C.K. Flexible Shafted Screwdriver (T4760).
Carl Kammerling's flexible friend
Designed on the understanding that mechanical and electrical devices are becoming more compact, meaning straight-line access to screws and fixings is not always possible, the screwdrive features a strong but flexible 200mm long reach shaft for easy access to screws and fixings in awkward places, such as Combi boilers, electrical appliances, control panels and car engines.

It features a magnetic bit holder for positive bit retention of 6mm hexagon screwdriver bits and a dual-component, tri-lobe handle for maximum comfort.

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