Features & Benefits

  • +100% longer tip life* CNC precision-machined tip delivers strength, performance and long product life. Ensures optimum dimensional fit, accuracy and control, and reduces cam out. Sand-blasted for protection against corrosion and wear.
  • Constructed from heavy-duty carbon silicon steel for added strength, performance and longer product life
  • Manufactured at the STANLEY® Arbois factory in France to rigorous standards and specifications for outstanding usability, durability and reliability
  • Part of the next generation STANLEY® FATMAX® professional screwdriver range
  • Large soft-grip, tri-material ergonomic handle designed to reduce of fatigue and increase comfort in repetitive applications
  • Narrow waist and smooth, domed end deliver excellent torque, speed, control and ease-of-use in challenging fastening or loosening applications, ideal for driving wood screws
  • Colour-coded with specifications and drive type clearly marked on the surface for easy identification of the appropriate tool for each job
  • Clear tip labelling allows users to select the correct screwdriver for each job
  • Tethering hole integrated into the handle, ensuring tools are never mislaid or dropped, and delivering additional safety for users when working at heights
  • *Versus equivalent STANLEY® Cushion GripTM Screwdriver - New Induction hardening for Phillips / Pozi tips - New CNC machined tips for slotted tips
SKU Pozidriv tip numberBar length (mm)
0-62-571 2250
0-65-319 075
0-65-335 1100
0-65-336 1250
0-65-337 2125
0-65-338 3150
0-65-339 4200

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Stoke on Trent GB Electricians
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There has to be a serious quality issue with Stanley screwdrivers. After a few days of light use the head of this pozi-drive screwdriver snapped off - a stress fracture. This happened three times with this type of Stanley screwdriver leading me to suspect Stanley have serious quality issues with their screwdriver metallurgy manufacturing process.
Confirmed purchase: 02 July 2020
Published on: 16 July 2020