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CK Dextro VDE Screwdrivers

C.K tools is to electrify the industry with an end user-led tool solution with the innovative new dextro(tm) VDE screwdriver range - screwdrivers with a real difference.

A number of distinct differentiators have created a screwdriver totally in tune with the demands of a busy electrical worker. Unlike many screwdrivers, the new dextro(tm) VDE is not a 'general purpose' product but has been exclusively designed for electricians and the work that they do. The predominance of machine screws, as opposed to wood screws, in electrical work demands fingertip control as opposed to large continuous torque and this has been one of the main drivers for the development of C.K tools' outstanding new product.

As suggested by its name, the dextro(tm) VDE has been crafted purposely for the dexterity required in the nature of the work undertaken with a long, fine neck for ultimate fingertip control. It has an ergonomically-shaped smooth, round head to allow it to pivot easily and comfortably in the palm of the hand, and ridges along the head to give extra power in the last 1/4 turn. The dextro(tm) VDE also features Grip-Tip technology, where specially designed ribs positively engage with the screw slot to reduce the risk of Cam-out and slipping, making them ideal for fast and effective screw driving.

For easy identification the entire dextro(tm) range has the tip type marked on the end of each handle, and anti-roll flats which come in very useful when the screwdriver is put down on a sloped surface. It is the only screwdriver range optimised for machine screws in a sea of general purpose handles that offer nothing more than a compromise to the end user.

With voltages as low as fifty Volts potentially proving extremely dangerous, if not lethal, the VDE approval of the new dextro(tm) VDE offers electricians maximum safety. VDE-approved tools are designed to reduce the risk of injury and damage to electrical circuitry. For many years tools have been labelled 'insulated', meaning only that they are coated with a material that is not a conductor of electricity. There are even tools on the market that claim they are tested to 1000V. However, only tools marked 'VDE' have passed the rigorous tests set by the VDE Testing and Certification Institute, including being specifically tested to 10,000V of electricity and only these tools offer the peace of mind an electrician needs.

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