|Assembled Depth (in.)||8.25 in||Assembled Height (in.)||1.25 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||2.6 in||Handle Length (in.)||4.25|
|Shaft Length (in.)||4||Tip Size||#2|
|Color Family||Black||Drive Style||Phillips|
|Hand Tool Type||Individual or Specialty Screwdriver||Handle Material||Comfort Grip|
|Number of Pieces||1||Ratcheting||No|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Please refer to the attached warranty document in the Product Overview section above under Info & Guides.|
A: The model # 604-3 Screwdriver is not magnetic. To quickly and easily magnetizes your screwdrivers and bits to hold your fasteners on the tip of your screwdriver please see Klein Tools model # MAG2 magnetizer/Demagnetizer.
A: It's just a term used by Klein. It doesn't mean anything
A: I wondered the same thing. And why is the tip black?
A: A profilator is a specialized machine that Klein Tools uses to get very precise geometry on screwdriver heads. The word "profilated" was coined at Klein to communicate that the tools are made this way and the term was added to our catalogs, along with a description of the benefits of the method. Over time, the name became associated with Klein Tools as a manufacturing source, and thus achieved trademark status, while its function has become obscured. The profilation process is essentially a simultaneous spinning and grinding process, allowing us to shape and sharpen the tips of our drivers at the same time. The primary alternative to profilation is forging the tip of the driver in place, then rough cutting to eliminate extraneous material, then grinding. Our screwdriver tips are precision ground and sharpened by a profilating machine, and so are going to be harder and sharper than most, and the tolerances of the tip will be tighter.
A: It is Klein's attempt at being fancy. It is not a real word. I us these tools in my shop daily and the tips hold up for several years just as good as snap on.
A: Klein Tools #2 Profilated Phillips Head screwdriver has a precision-machined tip to provide a more consistent geometric symmetry than conventional Phillips-tip screwdrivers.
A: The Klein Tools model # 603-6 Screwdriver’s shaft diameter is approximately 0.3”
A: 0.03090 "
A: Kine tools does not warranty tool wear. If the tip wears out you are out of luck and the tool is garbage. Don't buy this brand since they do not have a tool wear replacement policy. They only cover faulty manufacturing and workmanship defects.
A: Klein products, manufactured and sold for commercial or industrial uses, are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the normal life of the product. For more information on the warranty please contact Klein Tools Customer Service at 1-800-553-4676.
A: at one time it did back 15/20 years ago but i do not know if it still does