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When you think of insulated tools, a torque wrench isn’t the first tool that comes to mind. Yet there must be a need for them, because several companies sell insulated torque wrenches. Knipex has sold their model 98 43 for a while, but is obsoleting it in favor of two new models.

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Besides now making both a 1/2″ drive and a 3/8″ drive, the only real differences seem to be a slightly tweaked handle design, a 10 oz. weight increase to 43 oz., and a torque range change from 8-54 Nm to 5-50 Nm. All the models are reversible to tighten both right-handed and left-handed threads.

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These Knipex insulated T-handle nut drivers might not be the most practical nut driver for everybody, but they meet IEC60900 and DIN EN 60900 standards and are rated for 1000V, so if you need them, you need them.

Knipex manufacturers the drivers from special tool steel and oil-hardens them. Available in 8mm, 10mm, 13mm, 17mm, 19mm, and 22mm sizes, most of the drivers are 155mm (6″) long. We can’t find any pricing on them yet, but with their electrical ratings, expect them to be expensive.

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When you’re working around high voltage, you shouldn’t be using a tool that feels awkward in your hands. In redesigning their cable knives, Knipex focused on ergonomics to make their tools more comfortable to use.

They added a “slip-proof,” soft grip material to the handle, gave it a thumb recess and finger hook, and angled the slip guard to make this 1000V rated knife fit better in your hand and easier to pull when cutting. Oil-hardened to keep it sharp, the blade also comes with a transparent cap to protect it (or maybe protect you from it).

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