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Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set

( 3 Reviews )

Simplifies your work
Compact handle – maximum power.

Offers you full protection
Each tool individually tested at 10,000 V AC and approved for 1,000 V AC.

Increases your efficiency
Fully compatible with the Wiha slimBit system.


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Perfect for working in confined spaces. Fully compatible with slimBits, meaning the whole range of screw profiles are covered. Protective insulation has been integrated into the blade, specially developed for electric applications, thus ensuring blades which are up to 33% slimmer, meaning low-lying screws and spring elements can be easily reached.

Chrome Vanadium Molybdenum Steel Blades
Ergonomic Handle
Tested to 10,000V, Rated to 1000V AC
Protected Access to Deep-Set Screws
Ideal for Constricted Spaces

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  • Value For Money is rated at a 5/5 for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set :

  • Overall is rated at a 5/5 for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set :

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Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by M J J Stannard Electrical
1st 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!

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!


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Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Looks Lovely Limited
26th 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

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


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Review for Wiha slimVario Stubby Screwdriver Set by Sparky Marky
24th 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

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


18th November 2020

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.


10th November 2020

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.