Thorp Hex Driver (2.0mm) by MIP

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This is an MIP 2.0mm Thorp Hex Driver. MIP hex wrenches are precision ground with Diamond wheels for accuracy and unmatched strength. This Hex Driver features the classic Thorp polycarbonate handle that stays cool and allows you to apply 100% of your available torque with less fatigue.

NOTE: MIP stands behind every wrench and hex driver! MIP quality assurance promises that all wrenches and hex drivers are free from defects in workmanship. In the rare case that a defect is found, racers can get defective MIP Hex Drivers replaced for $15.00 each including Continental USA shipping. Hawaii and International customers pay just $20.00, including shipping. Send them directly into the MIP factory. Due to the nature of normal use of tools, wrenches broken by the customer, altered, or misused will not be replaced. All replacements are subject to inspection and are at the discretion of MIP. 

This product was added to our catalog on July 5, 2007.

jean-louis schaus
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Oct 1 2013 (about 3 years ago)
MIP Thorp Hex Driver (2.0mm)
Best handling, best quality !!! a great value,I have a set since 2 years and am totally satisfied
Joshua Duncan
Thursday, Jul 14 2016 (4 months ago)
MIP Thorp Hex Driver (2.0mm)
I bought these without hesitation due to all the positive comments, I purchased the 1.5mm 2mm and 2.5mm set. I used the 2mm about 95% of the time. I broke the tip on the 2mm then ordered a replacement and broke that tip within 2 weeks. I have to admit I did use them to put together several kits , like around 5 total for both drivers. Both times they broke I noticed it was when I was screwing a longer screw such as a 18mm into newer unthreaded hard plastic such as the TLR 22's a-arms. The screw and the hex tip got pretty hot just turning the driver by hand and I believe this is what caused it to break. Wish I could upload pics somehow on here to show. I did contact MIP and they are sending replacements for one of them but after breaking 2 of them Im going to go back to using my Protek hex drivers.