Bondhus Ball End T-Handles are built to be comfortable, strong and durable. The welded handle and blade joint guarantees a permanent connection. The form-fitting handle fits the curve of the user’s hand. The Bondhus solid steel handle is heavy duty and generates a flywheel effect for super fast insertion and removal of screws. The handle is designed to match torque capacity of the blade and is curved to match the shape of the hand and is cushioned and ergonomically designed to increase comfort and reduce fatigue. The handle is welded directly to the blade for a tool that will last a lifetime.
- Set includes straight hex blades in sizes: 2, 2.5 and 3 mm to prevent breakage and in ball end sizes: 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 mm with stand
- Ball end inserts into screw at a 25° angle
- Solid steel handles
- ProGuard finish delivers superior corrosion protection and is 5 times more effective than the next leading brand in preventing rust, protecting your investment over time
- Flywheel effect saves time
- Made with protanium high torque steel – up to 20% stronger, with more torque and twice the wear resistance of standard grades of steel
- Lifetime warranty
Precious Weissnat (verified owner) –
flywheel handling and is spinning the handle as one would remove or fasten an hex bolt. the 3 smallest sizes are not ball- ended, and this is so max torque can be applied without snapping the ends on the smaller sizes. there is even a disclaimer for it on the package. I also own the $12 extra long as they would say ball ended plated L Keys which are also amazing. I’m an amateur, and when I say amateur I mean that in the truest sense bicycle mech, and find it extremely satisfying to fix things on my own bike. I actually had the Klein Journeyman set before these but found the small sizes at 6″ to bend and be far to long for maximum torque to be applied, plus after tax at $49, and change. I returned the Slovenian Kleins for the USA made Bondhus T handles with the ball ends. All bicycle mechanics like to use “pistol grip” style hex keys usually made by a BLUE TOOL bicycle company or something lower quality to spin bolts on bikes, and I truly believe the Bondhus T handle Ball end Hex keys to be the best kept secrect in the bicycle business. Fun fact. John Bondhus was the inventor of the ball end hex key in 1964.https://hausoftools.com/blogs/news/an-introduction-to-bondhus-tools
Izaiah Wilkinson (verified owner) –
Top notch made in usa.. same as snap on but cheaper. Sell it in stores and get rid of the Chinese junk.