Specifications & Dimensions
|Quantity in Set:||10|
|Handle Type:||Non-slip grip|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|General Warranty:||Full lifetime|
|Materials & Finish:|
|Shank Material:||Alloy steel|
Ratings & Reviews
10 pc. cushioned handle screwdriver set includes: slotted - 3/64, 5/64, 1/8, 5/32 in., Phillips - 000, 0, 1, and Torx® sizes T7, T8, T9. Contoured swivel heads or caps for either swiveling at the fingertip or in the palm-of-the hand. The caps are color coded for easy tip style recognition: red = slotted, blue = Phillips and green = Torx.
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Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
One by one these screwdrivers snap in 2. They should be listed as light use only. Very poor quality plastic results in not being able to loosen tight screws or tighten screws so they are snug. If so, "snap", you instantly have a useless screwdriver. Hopefully they will improve the quality. If not, these should not have the Craftsman name!
First off these screwdrivers are not for working on bulldozers or diesel locomotives - they are for very fine and delicate work. They are a nice set for working on personal computers, clocks, sewing machines, and other things that have small delicate screws. Screwdrivers this size is very hard to find at any price.
This set is made in the USA. It included torx, Phillips, and flat blade precision tools. I would recommend this product because it is not made in china
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These are made to be spun in your palm with the swiveling **** on the back, which is fantastic. The only not so great thing is that the grip will slip when you really start putting some pressure on them. Good quality steel for sure. Over all a good deal and effective set of drivers.
I can't imagine what these two guys are doing who say these break, or "snap in 2". Are you using a sledge hammer on them? I've been using them for years - even though I liked the previous design better - with the smaller cap on top of the handle. But if you are snapping these, then you are seriously abusing them. I use these EVERY DAY working in industrial maintenance and I've never had one break unless a co-worker borrowed one and hit it with a hammer. I've only had to buy a second set because I lost one and two others were stolen out of my toolbox. As for the guys who are snapping them: Did you forget that they have a lifetime warranty? Even if you break them by abusing them, you can get them replaced under warranty (which I don't agree with - I wouldn't do it but Sear's does).
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