Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set
Simplifies your work : Compact handle â€šÃ„Ã¬ maximum power.
Increases your safety: Wiha slimBits ensure good, protected access to deep-set screws.Protected work in constricted spaces.
Increases your efficiency : Fully compatible with the Wiha slimBit system.
Offers you full protection: Each tool individually tested at 10,000 V AC and approved for 1,000 V AC.
Tradesmen require short, handy screwdrivers for electrical work in cramped work environments. This often means the handle is shortened or electricians work with non-insulated screwdrivers, thus compromising their own safety. Wiha offers the optimal problem solution for such cases in its insulated Stubby short screwdriver. Thanks to the overall length of just 105 mm, it is perfect for working in confined spaces. The short screwdriver is also fully compatible with slimBits, meaning the whole range of screw profiles are covered. Protective insulation has been integrated into the blade with the Wiha slimTECHNOLOGY specially developed for electric applications, thus ensuring blades which are up to 33% slimmer. This means low-lying screw and spring elements can also be easily reached. The Stubby handle and slimBits undergo routine individual piece testing as per the international IEC 60900 standard, as a result* providing users with a tool to work safely on live parts up to 1,000 V AC.
Standards: Manufactured acc. to IEC 60900.
Application: For work in the area of live parts up to 1,000 V AC. Ideal for use in a confined working environment.
- Series 2831
Article Number: SB28310101
Number reviews: 15
Overal rating: 5
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by WD Electrical Services27th July 2022
Great little tool, find that sometimes the bits get stuck in the stubby handle but eventually come out with a pair of pliers. Overall the driver feels great in the hand and is very easy to clean if any oil/grease gets onto the handle.
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Mitie (Mobile Electrician)13th February 2022
This is a cracking bit of kit this has saved me numerous times when trying to get into a tight area most recently changing an extract fan its great that it can be also used with the other wiha blades.
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Hodgson Electrical1st February 2022
I love this screwdriver. Its the tool you dont know you need until you do.
I have used this to get into many items that plumbers have pup pipes in front of or joiners blocked in
Very handy little tool
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Martyn Smith1st February 2022
Can't beat the wiha interchangeable stuff. It's great that you can just change the blade to what you want and you've got a stubby for every occasion. Not only do you have a stubby but you've got a vde stubby.
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by 7 Electrical21st June 2021
Absolutely love this little bit of kit, Stubbys are essential for any tool bag, but having the ability to change the head aswell just makes this the perfect tool to slot straight into your bag.
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Keynston Services9th June 2021
I bought this as a set after several occasions when I was trying to access screws in tight, difficult places. I already had some slimbit drivers, so looked at the stubby driver to add for those difficult times. But when I saw the set available with three good slimbits at not-a-lot more I bought the set. Used the stubby a few times now, it fits nicely into my hand and is wide enough to get a good grip but short enough to get into awkward places.
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by RP Electrical Contracting7th June 2021
A great little add on set if you're already invested in SlimVario and great for getting you out of jail when a carpenter or plumber has given you no room whatsoever
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Around To3rd March 2021
Great little vide stubby that’ll take any of the slim vario bits makes it an invaluable addition to the wiha screwdriver sets. You’d be a fool not to have one if you’ve the wiha slim bits.
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Electrical & Safety Compliance Solutions Ltd18th February 2021
As with all my Wiha tools these feel really well built. Though they don’t come in to use on a daily base they have proven themselves on a number of occasions a great addition to my tool box, enabling me access to those hard to reach restricted access places. The bits supplied as with my other Wiha tools are typically well built and long lasting.
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by East & smith Air Conditioning16th February 2021
I recently got this from Tooltalk, I’ll be making a video on the tool to review. It’s a great functional stubby screwdriver. For a small screwdriver your able to get plenty of torque on the screw/fixing. They only disappointment is it came with no bag/holder. I will have to be careful not to loose the separate heads. Overall though I’ve very impressed. I know it will come in handy and I’ll be glad to have it.
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by D Szul Services15th February 2021
Really good product only been using it a day but I can tell it’s a reliable like the rest of wiha products I have. Really easy to change bits and it does exactly what it says on the tin . Would recommend all sparkles get this as it really good for tight spots
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by SPC electrical and property maintenance5th February 2021
I love this little driver its great for that time when you need a small driver and with the long list of tips for them there is always the right driver for the job and the fact they are 1000v you can use the in boards etc
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by M J J Stannard Electrical1st October 2020
Got this to accompany my Wiha torque screwdriver set. So far only used it a few times but it’s been very useful when I’ve needed a stubby driver. As I have already got the set of different driver tips, I am well covered for any situation!
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Looks Lovely Limited26th September 2020
Got this on a tool deal. Got me out of a few tight spots where other trades had put their stuff too close. Handy and easy to use like all their products
Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by MP ELECTRICAL24th September 2020
Recently got this set off tooltalk! Great price. But worth the retail price. Nice and easy to swap out bits, comfortable and nice grip. Great set of VDE drivers
Number video reviews: 3
Now then people, it's Mcauley from SmartPipe Plumbing Services. Today, we're doing a quick review on the Wiha Stubby SoftFinish electrician screwdriver. Before we get started, I would just like to say a massive thank you to Tool Talk TV for sending me out this product review. The product comes in four bits. You got the stubby head, stubby handle, sorry. And you got three pieces. You've got a PH2. You've got a PZ, I'm sorry. A PH2, a PZ2, and a naught point six by 3.5 flat slim line screwdriver. They just pop straight in, into the end, fairly easy. They don't come out like some other screwdrivers do. They come out way too easy sometimes, where with these, from Wiha, they're really good bit of kit. Can't really complain with them really.
The only thing that I probably would improve about it, is that there is no where to store your three bits. I know with some other screwdrivers, you could store the bits inside. But obviously these bits are a bit too big. So packaging some sort of case with it. Or even if you shorten these slightly, just so they can go inside the actual handle. So we don't lose them. Because depending on what sort of toolbox you've got, if you throw them in the bottom of your toolbox, bye bye, you're not going to see them again, are yeah. It can be a nightmare trying to find them out every time. So yeah, definitely would think about maybe, being able to put them inside or having a case so you can keep them separate away from all the rest of your tools so you don't lose them. Other than that, I would recommend the product. Wiha, good product as all, as all their stuff. Most of my products are from Wiha.
In regards to screwdrivers the heads are quality, made of metal. I've only been using these for about a week now. The... So not being really put under much strain, but from what I have done, I'm impressed. Incredible bit of kit. They are rated to a hundred volts, I believe. A thousand volts, sorry. So you are safe there. Other than that, nothing else really to say. I hope you enjoyed the review. Hope to do some more in the future for Tool Talk TV. So yeah, peace guys, see you all soon.
Hello everyone. Lee from iGas Heating Ltd. Today I'm going to be talking about the Wiha Pro Stubby. It does exactly what it says on the tin. It's a stubby screwdriver, but it's got interchangeable heads on it. See, that's your Philips, or PZ2 head. Standard flathead head, it comes with. Another Pozidriv as well. Really easy to get apart, and put back together again. Once it's in, it's in. It's pretty good. It doesn't wobble or anything. There's no rattling, which is good.
The tips are magnetic as well, which is always handy. You know what it's like, when you drop the screw, and you can't reach it with your screwdriver. They are actually magnetic heads, so you can fish your way in, and fish your screw back out if you like. Other than that, not much else to say. It's quite a nice grip. Nice and comfortable. Stubby is obviously designed to get into little places, that other screwdrivers are too long for. But even though it is a stubby, you get quite good torque on it. You can undo them really stubborn screws.
But yeah. Other than that, overall, really good product. Not too badly priced. Good value for money.
A review on this. I only received it yesterday, the Stubby Screwdriver. But I'll show you where it's actually... So my issue I have is this, the way the plumber has went to the tank. I can't get in at these screws with the longer screwdriver, so I'm going to give the Stubby Screwdriver a go. We'll get it opened and see how we go from there.
So the Stubby comes with the screwdriver with a flat head on it, star-head, pozi, and a standard Phillips screw. So it's tiny, absolutely tiny. I think I have another Stubby, but it's a lot chunkier. This is very, very small. My hands aren't massive, but that is tiny. So I'm going to give it a go taking these screws out on ones I can't get access to.
So, yeah, it's onto that one pretty easily. The awkward one's going to be this, which, again, there's not much between this and the wall. But the screwdriver feels nice in your hand. There's another. There's a third screw down here. Yeah. But it feels like a nice screwdriver to hold, and it's got a good grip on them screws. I'm missing something here. But, yeah, it's taken all three of those screws out. Very good, little. It's part of a group of the screwdrivers where all the blades all fit each other.
The only thing I would say is I know this comes in usually a pouch with the bigger screwdriver. It would be good if it came in the blister pack, the Vario Family, that's what it is. But if it came in this pack or a wee pouch to keep it in, because I would say it's going to be easily lost, I'd probably put it inside. I have one of the XXL cases, so I'll have it in there. But I mean, for the standard customer just looking at a small Stubby Screwdriver, I think just more to keep the blades and stuff in position, if they were just buying it out of the shop, I definitely think a small pouch to keep it in.