Wera Kraftform 300 Screwdriver Set 6 Piece

(10 customer reviews)


Brand Wera
Number of items 1
Head style Flat
Material Alloy Steel
Colour Multi-colour

  • Screwdrivers for slotted and cross-recess Phillips and Pozidriv screws
  • Multi-component Kraftform handle for fast and ergonomic screw driving
  • Handle markings for simplified finding and sorting of the tools
SKU: B000297UEI Categories: , , ,


From the manufacturer

Wera Kraftform 300 Screwdriver Set 6 Piece

6-piece screwdriver set with Kraftform Plus handle for pleasant, ergonomic working that prevents blisters and calluses. Hard gripping zones for high working speeds whereas soft zones ensure high torque transfer.

The Lasertip tip literally bites into the head of the screw and thereby prevents any slipping out of the screw head. “Take it easy” Tool Finder: colour coding according to profile and size. The hexagonal anti-roll feature prevents any bothersome rolling away at the workplace. Includes practical rack for tidy storage of the screwdrivers.

Additional information

Weight 70 kg
Dimensions 21.01 × 5.51 cm
Part Number


Product Dimensions

‎28.52 x 21.01 x 5.51 cm; 70 Grams

Item model number







‎Alloy Steel

Power Source


Item Package Quantity


Number Of Pieces


Head Style


Included Components

‎Kraftform Plus Lasertip 335/350/355/6 Screwdriver Set, 6 Piece

Batteries included?


Batteries Required?


Battery description

‎Not Included

Item Weight

‎70 g



Date First Available

9 May 2006



10 reviews for Wera Kraftform 300 Screwdriver Set 6 Piece

  1. Sophie simpson

    Why don’t you put it in package?!Was all good till it didn’t come wrapped and the gift was seen!

  2. Martin Price

    Simply as good as it gets.Don’t think you can get better than these and they don’t even cost much.

  3. Welshcakes

    Well madeEasy to hold

  4. Dave

    ExcellentThese screwdrivers are superb – they grip the head so well with their serrations/groves. It’s like magic!

  5. Pete W

    Pretty much the perfect set of screwdrivers to give to friends and family, especially if they’re going to ask you to use themIf you are cursed with being “the person who has to fix stuff for people who then quietly point out they’re related to you and so you get paid in hot beverages” the added bonus is that they often spring it on you. This will mean that you are at the mercy of their tools which will, inevitably, be the weirdest swappable bit screwdriver you’ve ever seen and probably a 75 year old file covered in generations of tetanus. You will then proceed to find at least one head was already stripped by them or “somebody else” having a go. Most likely you’ll then try and strip another screw because they got the screwdrivers from the pound-like shop and they double as drill bits.Wera basically made the perfect Christmas present. Frankly you’ll have to put up with one year of them looking at you like you gave them a slap in the face for Christmas but you’ll have given yourself a much easier lifetime. I have now put up with “why have you given me screwdrivers” on several occasions and I find the response of “so there’s a way to take apart your desk without using an angle grinder” usually shuts them up.Two Pozidrive, two Phillips, two slot. It’s the set that will handle the stuff inside the house and a fair chunk of out of it. A tiny little monstrous part of my heart always pines for a larger Phillips and a larger slot instead of the two Pozidrives but that’s because a) I’m the kind of disgusting slob who usually doesn’t pay close enough attention to notice if the screw’s got the extra cross and b) I am generally operating on the budget side of things from about 1980 so I feel happy enough to at least get a Phillips head on a screw.I was skeptical of the laser cut grooves at first. Then I used the screwdrivers and started pulling stripped and mangled heads out that I had thought I wouldn’t have had a hope in hell of rescuing. A good 90 degree angle and a bit of forward force and they really do bite hard… and if you’re a bit cackhanded like me that’s a blessing when it comes to slots.The handles look a lot like my experiments with Polymorph when I was making fork handles for someone who had grip issues… Like someone made a big sausage and just wrapped their hand around it and squished… then someone made it a lot more elegant. I don’t have the strongest hands in the world, there’s arthritis starting up in there along with a whole load of other problems along with some nerve and muscle weakness stuff and I can use these screwdrivers to get screws out where I’ve tried with others and genuinely given up the day before. They’re great for anyone who is either getting on a bit or just falling a part a bit or both like me and who still wants the control of a manual screwdriver.I won’t lie… the little rack thing they come in is a bit bobbins but probably would have worked better if I’d stuck it on the wall of my shed instead of flinging it over my shoulder and chucking the screwdrivers in my toolbag.I’ve had them for over a year now and they see near daily use and might as well be mint. Like most tools they benefit from a coat of oil now and again but I’ve given out a several sets of these now and they’re all still in perfect nick and after a while even the most eye-rolling recipient actually appreciates them once they uses them.

  6. Birgit P.

    Good screwdriver set but weird handlesThe quality of the tips is very good and the wall mount is a good addition. The handles have a somewhat unconventional shape and I (female with long fingers) can’t find a “comfortable” position to hold them. I have a reasonable grip on them but they don’t feel natural to me. Unfortunately, this design also does not stop them from rolling. I’m a bit disappointed by such a high-end manufacturer.

  7. sam mak

    Great product however durability is questionableThe screwdrivers seem like a really good set however I was disappointed with the small Phillips head as it snapped the first time I used it. The other items seem very durable

  8. Dair

    Thought they would have magnetic tips, they don’tNice to use I am almost happy with them.I should’ve checked but I expected magnetic tips.

  9. Angus P. Walker

    German quality screwdriversI’m a point in my life where I’ve realised that quality tools are worth a higher cost, having replaced multiple cheaper ones over the years. These Wera screwdrivers are worth the money, they don’t slip, haven’t bent etc and should provide a good few years usage. I used them to reattach a hand rail to my staircase, using 4 inch screws and the grip these provided was great, far better than my usual round handled tools.

  10. Andre Edouarde

    Great ProductGreat Product and fast delivery

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