A little review for today is the @wihausa Inomic Insulated 1000v wire snipers. One of the positives is the grip, the grip feels great on your hand when in use, it seems that it feels great in a small or a larger hand. Another positive is that the front grip automatically pops back out when not in use. (Unless Locked) Which most the time helps the worker so he don’t have to sit there and push the grip back out. And the other positive is that right side of the snipers are at a angle so when you cut the wire, you can get more clean results and the excess will go to the right side. Now we all know that in a review you have to give a negative. So a negative about these wire snipers is… well, I honestly just sat here for 10 minutes trying to get a negative and can’t! If any of my other fans out there have had any problems with these snipers, please comment, because I’ve only had these for 3 days! Overall in my word, these Wiha snipers are definitely worth the buy. I also want to shoutout and thank @kc_tool for sponsoring me with these snipers. I also want to say that @kc_tool made a good move with adding @wihausa tools to their store! #toollife #wihatools #kctoolcrew #toolreview
The creative team here at Wiha Tools USA is very excited to be in the process of launching Wiha Studio, a fully functional creative studio for delivering high-quality media content to our awesome customers.
The goal of Wiha Studio
The studio comes amidst refreshed efforts to ramp up Wiha’s marketing program in the USA. Our goal is to bring you and future customers high-quality content to help inform your purchase decisions as best we can.
The studio is equipped with all the tools needed to create high-resolution product images (to include 360-degree product views), informative product videos, promotional overviews, interviews, news, and all post-production projects.
Wiha Studio – An ongoing project for the benefit of our customers
You may have noticed a surge of newly generated blog articles, promotional videos, and product images. Are we missing anything that you need to make a better-informed decision on your tool purchases?
We highly encourage you all to let us know what you think about the content we produce for you. We would love to hear your comments and suggestions—tell us what you want to see.
You can also find us on the following social platforms.
Wiha Tools announces the appointment of Paul Schroer as Warehouse Operations Manager. Paul replaces Julie Allen who will be retiring at the end of the year. Schroer is no stranger to the distribution business as he has spent most of his 20 + year career with the Fingerhut Corporation and Bluestem Brands. He is a seasoned leader with expertise in process improvement and warehouse management systems.
“It’s a privilege to welcome Paul to the Wiha team. I am looking forward to working side by side Paul as we shape the business to better handle the complexities of our distribution partners.” said Wiha Tools Managing Director Patrick DiPerno.
Schroer is the latest in a series of new hires that are positioning the company to command a leadership role within the professional tools and solution industry in North, Central and South America. Wiha Tools continues to invest in streamlining and automating operations with both human and capital investments to ensure high service levels and overall cost to quality.
“I am proud to join a company with such a strong commitment to quality, customer satisfaction, and continuous improvement. I have seen this commitment shine brightly through the actions and attitude of the fine group of people that I work with. They have already made me feel I am part of the Wiha family.”
Finished Holder with Wiha Precision Screwdrivers
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MagicRing® Ball End PocketStar Fold Out—The Multitool that fits in your pocket
The MagicRing® Ball End PocketStar Fold Out offers optimum handling and a wide variety of practical applications. The intelligent opening mechanism facilitates simple selection of key size from the fiberglass-reinforced casing. Wiha offers a solution for users by eliminating inefficient access to key selection.
The various working positions offer a flexibility of use:
- In the 180° position, the PocketStar is used as a screwdriver.
- 270° stop limit for using the tool as a practical lever for high torques.
- Position can be set between 90° and 270° for various applications.
It has an innovative opening mechanism for simple selection of the desired key size.
It’s particularly suitable for use as screwdriver when the blade axis is set at 180° or as practical lever with blade in 270° position
The ergonomic, fiberglass reinforced holder guarantees the easy transfer of even the highest torques • Can be rotated by any angle between 270° and 90° to save time when working on applications where space is tight
It’s set at a 270° stop limit for higher safety puts an end to trapped fingers
It’s also color coded for different drives and dimensional systems which, delivers great clarity when owning several PocketStars.
Plus the covered hex key axes prevents catching on clothes
They are made of Wiha special CVM steel, with a corrosion protected vapor chrome finish, and are through-hardened for wear resistance, designed with precision CNC machined and chamfered ends, and the ball ends are outfitted with non-wearing spring steel retaining rings.
As it’s particularly agreeable for handling with the PocketStar’s comfort formed fiberglass reinforced molded ergo grips, you can work confidently knowing that whatever environment you’re working in, your Wiha Tools are made to last for generations.
*Standard Ball – No Ring
After a good day of meetings, KC Tool and Wiha Tools had a great evening of “golf” at Top Golf in Overland Park, Kansas. Everyone of these guys is better at selling the highest quality German Tools than they are at golf!
Pictured from left to right Bob Ash (Wiha), Kyle Baccus (KC Tool), Jordan Hacker (KC Tool), Christoph Wernet (Wiha), Patrick DiPerno (Wiha) Derek Tran (KC Tool)