Specifications & Dimensions
|Item Weight (lbs.):||1.0|
|Quantity in Set:||26|
|Bits, Materials & Finish:|
Ratings & Reviews
Make quick work of any driving project with this innovative screwdriver. Features ergonomic design with unique six bit storage system. Knurled, stainless steel shaft with magnetic end allows faster turning and resists corrosion. Three position ratchet: Forward, Reverse and Fixed. Comes six Phillips (#0, 2 x #1, 2 x#2, #3); five slotted (5/32, 2 x 3/16, 1/4, 5/16 in.); six torx (T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30); three square drive (#1, #2, #3) and five hex shank (3/16, 1/4 in. and #4, #5, #6) single side bits. Includes bit holder.
Features forward, reverse and lock positions for fast driving for screws and nuts.
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on July 26, 2010
Overall, others give this:
Reviewers may have received a benefit, like a sweepstakes entry or rewards program points, in exchange for writing a review.
Those benefits were not conditioned on the positive or negative content of the review.
Most Helpful Reviews
This set is great for home use. Everything works fine on this ratcheting screwdriver. Only reason for 4 stars rather than five is there should be either an O ring or snap ring to hold the bit in more securley. If the bit hangs up on the screw, the tip pulls out very easy. No big problem around the house, but if it happens while working on something small or that has openings could spell failure.
This tool appears to be of equal quality to the tool truck brand at less than a third of the price. The ratchet on this tool is not quite as fine but close, and the bit storage is more convenient Too bad it's not made in the USA.
I have plenty of screwdrivers at home but I had been dropping screws all the time, so I decided to buy a 'magnetic' screwdriver set. When the tip is inserted in the holder it snaps in by magnetic action of the holder. Theoretically, 'induced magnetism' should cause the tip to turn magnetic too, but it does not! How much magnetism is induced depends upon the properties of the tip material. Apparently it is not conducive to [much] induced magnetism. The set is worthless as a magnetic set and I'm taking it back.
great ratcheting screw driver for the price, I own 3. I am an aircraft mechanic and use it all the time. half the price of snapon and ratcheting increments are just as fine.
The only problem I have with this tool is that sometimes if you try to go from the "locked" position (in the middle where the tool functions like a normal non-ratcheting screwdriver) to one of the ratcheting positions the ratchet gets jammed. This is easily fixed by moving the reversing mechanism back and forth until it slides in to position. It is really not that big of a deal in my opinion, other than than the screwdriver functions very well, I have friend with a snap-on version and a friend with the same craftsman version that is about 8 years old, they both do the job satisfactorily but the craftsman costs much much less.
As the headline says it appears to be a decent tool, I haven't had the chance to really try and torque down any screws really tight but it has all appearances that it will hold up fine. My only real gripe is that it isn't made in the US. I hate Craftsman has gone to overseas to have many of it's once great hand tools made as the quality has certainly taken a hit.
- Members get 3% in points or with Sears Card get 10% in points. Offer ends 26-Dec-2013 See details.
- FREE shipping! Orders $59 or more Offer ends 24-Dec-2013 See details.
- Use your Sears Card and Save! Extra 5% off Tool items Sold By Sears when you use your Sears Card. Offer ends 31-Dec-2013 See details.
- Spend $199 in tools from Sears and enroll in the Tool of the Month - www.sears.com/toolofthemonth Offer ends 31-Dec-2014 See details.