MIP Hex Wrench - Power Tool Insert Bit Tips
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Power Tool Inserts - MIP Speed Tip™ Wrenches continue the Thorp tradition....These have 1/4" backs to slip easily into your power tool standard 1/4" sockets with adjustable clutch or standard 1/4" driver socket handles! Precision fit for Recessed Hex Head Screws. Available in Hex Bits and Ball End Bits. Hobbyist, Cyclists, Jewelers, Mechanics - add some to your toolbox!
Quality USA Hardened Steel. Precision Tolerances. Perfect Fit. Magazine Editor Favorite!
"What are the best hex drivers on the market?"
"MIP hands down. All the others are good but MIP takes the cake IMO. Smooth plastic handles don't wear your hands out when building up a kit, tips are super hard and accurate so last a long time and don't strip heads."
-RCTech.net - WingRacer, Tech Champion
"Wiha tools are nice, except for the 0.9mm I bought for my (Align) 250 (Electric Helicopter). I threw that in the garbage and bought a MIP driver instead."
-HeliFreak.com Forum- lanman123, User
"GREAT TOOLS! 5 of 5 Stars! These tools made by MIP are the best hex drivers available. I used these for 20 years on my RC cars and have purchased some to be used in our manufacturing area because of their quality. If you are looking for a hex driver purchase the MIP/Thorp ones and it will be the last ones you buy because they last forever."
-J.Lean - Amazon Customer Review
"Rock Solid! 5 of 5 Stars! MIP's drivers are awesome. Well worth a few extra dollars and Ican get rid of my Allen key graveyard."
-J.Wan - Amazon Customer Review
"Great Tool! 5 of 5 Stars! I kept rounding out my other Allen keys on my pinion gear set screw. This tool works perfectly. Fits so tight into the hex socket that there is virtually no play."
-Dsaltzb - Amazon Customer Review
"What is the best hex driver set?"
"I would say, since I own both, the Hudy and MIP/Thorp are equivalent in quality and durability. I've been using the Thorp drivers more since I can pop them into my Metabo PowerMaxx and quickly assemble or disassemble stuff."
-RunRyder.net, darkfa8, Elite Veteran