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There’s nothing like the feeling of a quality tool in your hand, and Bondhus’ Ergonic screwdrivers give you that good feeling with their special elastomer handles. It may look like your typical screwdriver, but once you grip one you’ll feel the difference. An elastomer in the handle conforms to your grip, giving you increased torque and comfort.

In addition to the quality handle, the machine tips of Bondhus’ screwdrivers require only 3/16” to grip the appropriate screw head. The tips won’t wear or bend like cheaper tools, because Bondhus has created a proprietary alloy that maintains its shape and is resistant to corrosion.


You can feel even more comfortable knowing that the screwdrivers have a lifetime warranty. Street pricing for a six-piece set of Ergonics — 1/8”, 5/32”, 7/32”, 1/4” slotted, and Phillips #1, #2 — is $30.

Ergonic Screwdrivers [Bondhus]
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3 Responses to Bondhus Ergonic Screwdriver

  1. Stuart says:

    As far as I’m aware, Bonhus does NOT manufacture Felo screwdrivers, but only distributes them. On that note, I wonder, how does Felo’s hand tools compare with other German brands such as Wiha and Wera.

  2. Nick says:

    You are correct that Felo manufacturers the tools in Germany and Bondhus distributes them in the United States. The quality of the tools is excellent and is equal or better than that of Wiha or Wera.

    The tools are well made and they have some very unique tools unavailable from any other manufacturer.

    Felo has an unconditional lifetime warranty which is they do stand behind regardless of what was done to the tool.

  3. heywood says:

    I have a fever…and the only cure is: MORE FELO!!!

    I was lucky enough to find one of these very selfsame drivers on a jobsite one day, and ever since I have been smitten with it. I finally decided to start looking in earnest locally for them, since I don’t care to support Amazon more than my local hw stores.

    I scored big time: called a local store and the owner answered the phone; had been sitting on a 6-piece set of ergonics (aka series 400)…$29.99. I rushed to the car.

    Anybody living in Seattle, Ballard Hardware now carries the full felo/bondhus line. I love dealing with all the local shops: Ballard HW, Hardwicks and Stoneway are great shops and offer good prices on certain products.

    Hard to believe that american tool companies (Klein, et. al.) cannot figure out how to make a driver that is comparable to felo, wiha or wera. I would spend money on US products if they made something close to felo, but they don’t. Pity.

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