Today, in this third, and last, installment of uncommon nut drivers, we have the insulated and angled nut driver from Cementex. It’s not articulated — it’s a fixed right angle, so it’s not bent to get into odd spaces. My best guess is that the shaft is bent to apply more torque.
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Sometimes you can’t avoid working on live live circuits, and for those times, I want Cementex tools. They’re double-dipped — first in one color, then another — so you can easily see cuts and scratches in the outer layer before they become dangerous.
They’re also not cheap — the pictured cutters street at around $180 and basic pliers start around $30 — but when you’re betting your life on them, quality and safety are worth paying for. And, of course, they’re made in the USA!