Although we love multi-tool a multi screwdriver is not my preferred one. Although excellent when nothing else available. What's your favourite brand of screwdriver? I've always use wera or Stanley. Lately, whilst working on my house and a rental I own I've much preferred the weras. The laser tips are amazing. So what's your go to? Sent from my SM-G960F using Tapatalk
I also really like the Ideal drivers
Ratcheting Driver where Snap-On seems to stand alone if you want the best around these parts! Pricey and the mechanism does break all the time but they are worth having a few around anyway,that is how good they are!
Sounds interesting. Picture? So they keep breaking but they are still the best? They must be very nice to use as long as they last then!
Also it seems that there are brands all over the World that are mostly local to certain places but still sold everywhere and others that might be great that have no real universal distribution and are only Local sadly.There are also brands that are just labeled differently depending on the market so it makes it tough to directly compare as well.
My favorite is a ratchet bit driver. I assumed it was Craftsman, as that's what 90% of what I own is, but the name seems to have worn off. The handle swings out to the side, looks strange, but really ergonomic and you can develop a lot of torque.
Has anyone tried this kind of design by the way? I thought about getting one many times just to try, but somehow always forget
I'm not sure how that would be easier, especially with flathead screws?
I can see it being better for carpal tunnel sufferers since it seems to eliminate twisting, but I am not sure that would make it easier or one handed?
Yes, that does seem like a challenge... It does seem faster when the screw is loose, but up until you mentioned flat screws I figured the main challenge might be tightening or looseing something stuck. It might be one of those things that one just needs to try to see the light go either on or off? Fun concept either way
Those are designed mainly for flat screws and mostly to install switch outlets and covers.I have tried a few times as I have seen many Sparky use them on Jobs but they make little sense to me based on my trials?I always loose control and the blade goes tearing off across whatever I am installing and scratches the crap out of it somehow?So I have a few of these and they just sit waiting for that day which will never come!
Smiller, that's a really cool handle, bet it works great!
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I have several pocket screwdrivers and my favorite is the USA-made SK Tools 85112: https://sktools.com/shop/85112-2-in-1-suregrip-pocket-screwdriver.htmlThe combination slotted and Phillips P1 blade fits into a metal insert in the handle.As is my habit, I glued a small, rare earth magnet to the end of the handle after filing the handle flat. I find that Gorilla Glue works better than Super Glue in this application.I can rub the screwdriver blade against the magnet a few times to magnetize the blade. This is particularly handy when holding small screws for electrical outlet cover plates.(Image removed from quote.)