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Metric Cushion Grip Nut Driver Set (7-Piece)

$20.97
  • 7 Metric nut drivers with dual material ergonomic handles
  • Nut drivers feature a hollow shaft design for use on longer bolts
  • Chrome blade protects from corrosion for a lifetime of use
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This Husky 7-Piece Metric Nut driver set features ergonomic cushion grip handles that help reduce hand fatigue and provides additional comfort for ease of use. The hollow shafts provide greater maximum bolt clearance, allowing you to access longer bolts or threaded rods. This set is manufactured from premium alloy steel, giving you superior strength and durability.

Highlights

  • Ergonomic cushion grip handle helps reduce hand fatigue and provides additional comfort for ease of use
  • Hollow shaft design allows maximum bolt clearance, so you can access longer bolts or threaded rods
  • Manufactured from premium alloy steel for superior durability
  • Corrosion resistant, polished chrome shafts
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Internet # 311856584

Model # H7PCNUTDRMM

Store SKU # 1005128511

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Specifications

Details

Color Family

Chrome

Hand Tool Type

Nut Driver Set

Individual/Set

Set

Number of Pieces

7

Returnable

90-Day

SAE vs. Metric

Metric

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

7Questions
caret
Q:Where are the sizes marked on the tool
by|Nov 16, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  JimPa, Each driver is marked on the butt of the handle with the hex size.

by|Nov 16, 2023
    caret
    Q:Where are the size markings on the tools
    by|Oct 22, 2023
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    A:  Fuzz, these nutdrivers are marked with the size at the base of the handles.

    by|Oct 22, 2023
      caret
      Q:How deep are the hollow shafts? I need a hollow shaft that is at least 4 inches deep
      by|Mar 16, 2023
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      A:  Bobs, the hollow portion only reaches 1 inch into the shaft. This will not work for your needs, unfortunately.

      by|Mar 16, 2023
        caret
        Q:What is the shaft lenght and/or the depth of the hole?
        by|Oct 8, 2022
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        A:  Hank, the shafts of these nutdrivers are 3 inches. The hollow portion for bolt clearance is a total of 1 inch.

        by|Jun 15, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          4.8 out of 5

          • 4.8 out of 48 reviews
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          After my service in Vietnam and while I attended college I worked as a Honda motorcycle mechanic....
          After my service in Vietnam and while I attended college I worked as a Honda motorcycle mechanic. I used the Husky Metric Cushion Grip Nut Driver Set to work on several 1960's and 1970's Honda motorcycles that I'm restoring. The nut drivers were very useful in removing old parts and with installation of restored or new replacement parts. The tools work great and the soft handles were easy on the hands. My only complaint is the the plastic holder for the nut drivers is not very user friendly. You should not try to open it if it is not laying flat on a surface or the tools will drop out when it is opened.
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          I'm a fairly good home mechanic. I used the Husky SAE Cushion Grip Nut Driver Set to work on a 19...
          I'm a fairly good home mechanic. I used the Husky SAE Cushion Grip Nut Driver Set to work on a 1967 Mustang with a 289 that I'm helping my neighbor restore. The nut drivers were very useful in removing lights, body molding, and lots of the internal components of the dash area. The tools work great and the soft handles were easy on the hands. My only complaint is the the plastic holder for the nut drivers is not very user friendly. You should not try to open it if it is not laying flat on a surface or the tools will drop out when it is opened.
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          This Metric nut driver set has handles that are made of a soft touch, textured rubbery material i...
          This Metric nut driver set has handles that are made of a soft touch, textured rubbery material instead of the usual acetate/hard plastic material. They grip well even feeling a bit sticky with normally dry hands. With wet or sweaty hands they seem to grip somewhat better than the hard plastic grips. The hex shape has good, sharp edges and is well centered in the socket. The tool appears to be quite stout. The plastic case they arrive in can be used to store the nut drivers and can be hung on the wall, if desired. It's not made of very thick plastic. So I'm not sure how long it would last. The only negative I find is that the hole that's drilled in the shaft to allow for use with studs is not very deep. It's only about 1/2 inch deep beyond the end of the hex shape. So, if you need to drive a 1 inch stud you can't do it with these nut drivers. Some of my older nut drivers have a shaft that is hollow for its entire length, and, thus, can be used to drive nearly any stud. This is why I give only four stars instead of five.
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          This SAE nut driver set has handles that are made of a soft touch, textured rubber-like material ...
          This SAE nut driver set has handles that are made of a soft touch, textured rubber-like material instead of the usual acetate/hard plastic material. They grip well, even feeling a bit sticky with normally dry hands. With wet or sweaty hands they seem to grip somewhat better than the hard plastic grips. The hex shape has good, sharp edges and is well centered in the socket. The tool appears to be quite stout. The plastic case they arrive in can be used to store the nut drivers and can be hung on the wall, if desired. It's not made of very thick plastic. So I'm not sure how long it would last. The only negative I find is that the hole that's drilled in the shaft to allow for use with studs is not very deep. It's only about 1/2 inch deep beyond the end of the hex shape. So, if you need to drive a 1 inch stud you can't do it with these nut drivers. Some of my older nut drivers have a shaft that is hollow for its entire length, and, thus, can be used to drive nearly any stud. This is why I give only four stars instead of five.
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          Most of my nut drivers or heads are imperial. It makes sense here in the us. I never considered g...
          Most of my nut drivers or heads are imperial. It makes sense here in the us. I never considered getting a metric tools before. But now smaller machinery is imported from China and they have metric system. For large diameters you can still get away with imperial. But for smaller nuts differences between imperial and metric are just too big. With this said I like this set. Even though it's not a ratchet 1/4 heads, but rather a set of nut drivers, handles are large enough to offer a good grip and you don't need a lot of torque as for small nuts it's easy to strip a thread. I use this set to maintain my sportsman chainsaw, ryobi trimmer and even my son's hsp nitro car. It has a glow plug and supplied plug wrench didn't fit, but 8mm husky nut driver fit perfectly.
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          I got this nut driver set for applications where a socket wrench is not practical or does not fit...
          I got this nut driver set for applications where a socket wrench is not practical or does not fit. As an example I recently finished a free standing TV mount project where these come in handy The primary material is Super Strut and the width of all of my sockets are large enough where it is is squeeze to get through the rails to tighten down the hard ware. I also plan to use this for my car maintenance. See attached photos. The handles on this set are larger than my screwdriver husky set. I was hoping these would match.
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          A very nice set of standard (SAE) nut drivers. I have a Craftsman handle with interchangeable he...
          A very nice set of standard (SAE) nut drivers. I have a Craftsman handle with interchangeable hex heads, but this set is a great convenience, and I dont have to worry about losing the small interchangable tips. The handles are comfortable to grip and the sizes are marked clearly on the ends of each driver. They come in a plastic "carrier/organizer," but it doesnt seem to want to stay in the latched (closed) position, so of limited utility. Made in China
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          This Husky Nut Driver set is just about perfect. The handle on each nut driver are cushioned to allow a good comfortable grip. On the end of each handle the nut size is very clearly marked. The “socket” end of the drivers are hollowed out to allow for situations where the threaded screw is protruding out of the nut. I like that these nut drivers use a 6 point configuration which is less likely round off nuts. I would like to address the packaging. It can used as a tool caddy and I’m using the package for wall storage of the nut drivers. If you plan to do that, there 2 zip ties on the end of the package that need to be cut where the latch is. The unit opens like a book. The thing that might throw you a curve is the two screws on the back of the packaging holding it closed. They need to be removed before the the packaging will open up easily. I almost pried it open before I saw the two screws. These nut drivers seem to be made very well. They are comfortable to use and should give long service.
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          I really like these Nut Drivers. They come in the most popular sizes. They come in a nice carryin...
          I really like these Nut Drivers. They come in the most popular sizes. They come in a nice carrying case that you can keep in your Tool box to keep them organized, and from getting mixed up in your drawer. The Handles are nicely padded, and are comfortable for long term use, unlike other drivers that have a hard Plastic grip and can hurt your hand and cause Blisters. The Blades of the Drivers are Chrome plated, and this will prevent rust, and assure a good grip on the Fastener. These Drivers have a hollow shaft to allow you to get to nuts on a longer threaded shaft. These Drivers also have the size markings on the end of the Handle to allow fast/ easy identification. I would recommend this product for either Home use , or at Work if you are a Professional.
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          This is a nice Nut Driver set. It comes in a nice carrying case that will store in your tool box...
          This is a nice Nut Driver set. It comes in a nice carrying case that will store in your tool box and keep them together, and organized. The handles have a nice comfortable grip that give you extended use, unlike other Drivers that are hard Plastic, and can hurt your hand after extended use. These drivers have a hollowed shaft that allows you to access nuts on taller fasteners. It also has Chrome Blades to prevent corrosion.These Fasteners are marked on the end with the Driver sizes to help you to easily identify which driver you need without having to pick up each driver to look at and identify the size.this is a nice set that is good for Home use, or work place use.
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