Start of each new quarter usually brings new manufacturers promotions, but I’m thrilled to announce that Felo and Wiha are unchanged from quarter 4, 2016. Sometimes when you have a winning selection you just stick with it, ya know? Wera has announced a new promotional grouping including the always popular “James Bond” driver and the “Tool-Check Plus” system.
Felo’s German made impact bits are still on sale. There just isn’t anyone making high-performance bits in Germany, except Felo. Country of origin is important for a lot of people/businesses. If you have to have them, they are still on sale here. I know many people including myself that will continue to take advantage of these great deals.
- Phillips: #1, #2 (x2), #3 (x2)
- Square: #1, #2 (x2), #3 (x2)
- Torx: T10, T15, T20, T25 (x2), T30 (x2), T40
- including a slick bit holder with rugged plastic box.
Wiha’s selection of sale items is massive. They have literally hundreds of items on sale. You can check Wiha’s PDF of them here or easily browse on our website here. This is a mix of popular and items with broad appeal. The breadth of selection goes from Wiha 40010 Magnetizer / Demagnetizer to a Wiha 32800 80 Piece Insulated Rolling Tool Case. You can spend as much or as little as you want.
One of my favorites tool sets from Wiha is the Wiha 75965 65 Piece MicroBit Ratchet Set. The mini bit ratchet and ESD handle with bit holder is an amazing bargain with a huge variety of 60 different microbits. Don’t just take my word for it. It has 44 different customer reviews. Check them out if you don’t believe me! 😉
Wera is the only one of our manufacturers that has released new promo items for this quarter (still waiting on word from Knipex and Gedore… they will be updated in part 2 of this blog). It is a really cool mix of classic Wera products. Check out Wera’s promo here or browse our site for Wera deals here!
This is the Wera 051024 Kraftform Kompakt 25 Pouch. It is affectionately known as the “James Bond” Special because of the hidden bit compartment in the handle and the telescoping shaft. It definitely could have been designed by the Q branch of MI-6. Really all of the Wera sale items are very solid. The “Tool-Check Plus” and “Kraftform Kompakt Micro 11-Piece Set” all have everyday use applications. Check all Wera’s current deals out here.
Everyone stay tuned for the second part of this blog dealing with Gedore, Knipex, Witte, etc… Thanks for reading!