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|The SKIL 2354-10 iXO Vivo will make you the hit of any party with its unique corkscrew attachment (click to enlarge).|
Unique Attachment System
The SKIL iXO Vivo has a unique corkscrew attachment that is ideal for opening wine bottles with either real or synthetic corks.
Powerful Performance in a Tiny Package
Corkscrew attachment aside, the SKIL 2354-10 iXO Vivo is also a handy 4-volt palm-sized screwdriver. The iXO is designed to fit comfortably in the palm of your hand while being easy to use. This lightweight tool delivers up to 4-volts of power and has a run time that's 20 percent longer than that of SKIL's previous model (the 2346-05).
The screwdriver's relatively low speed of 200 RPM results in higher torque and more efficient driving. The low speed also provides more control to prevent screws from being stripped and work surfaces from being damaged. The tool's magnetic bit holder accepts any 1/4-inch hex bit.
Convenient Controls and Indicator Lights
Located above the trigger is a forward/reverse lever and trigger lock. This is used with the corkscrew attachment to remove the cork from the bottle and cork from the iXO unit. It also allows you to change the rotation of your bit or, when you're finished, to lock the trigger and prevent accidental stars or discharge. Forward and reverse LED indicators on top of the tool show your drilling direction. The tool's rubberized handle offers a secure, comfortable grip.
Better Light for Better Visibility
To increase visibility when you are working, the SKIL 2354-10 4-volt cordless screwdriver has a built-in LED SiteLight that turns on automatically when you squeeze the trigger. The SiteLight is trademark to SKIL and is designed to be maintenance-free and last the life of the tool.
About SKIL Power Tools
SKIL is a leader in portable electric power tools and accessories serving the consumer do-it-yourself and professional construction markets. Part of the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation, SKIL was founded in 1924 with the invention of the worm drive SKILSAW. Evolving since, SKIL now delivers a complete line of power tools designed and engineered to help do-it-yourselfers achieve home project success, while providing professionals durable, cost-effective tools for the jobsite.
What's in the Box
The Vivo iXO includes one SKIL 2354-10 iXO palm-sized screwdriver, one five-piece bit set, one charger, one corkscrew attachment, one foil cutter, and one wine bottle stopper.
|Skil iXO 4-Volt Series|
2354-01 iXO Screwdriver
2354-02 iXO Screwdriver
2354-03 iXO Driver Combo Kit
2354-04 iXO Driver Combo Kit
2354-10 iXO Vivo Combo Kit
|Number of Accessories Included||4||4||14||8||5|
|Lithium-Ion Battery Technology|
|LED SightLight Technology|
|Hex Bit Holder Feature|
|Automatic Locking System|
|Right Angle Attachment|
So fun! Got a previously owned one as well/gifts, so got to see one as they tried it out. Once getting familiar with the operation of the attachments, the first recipient is really... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Ann Patrice
This is the best electric Wine opener we've had for the simple fact that the electric motor hasn't died yet. Not pretty, but useful.Published 1 month ago by JWUC
This is a handy dandy little tool. We saw a repairman using it that came to our house to fix the refrigerator. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Donna Summers
Great little house hold drill. Easy to use. Easy to dtore. Love love the wine botyle open so easy no more fighting w cork screw to open wine bottles.Published 6 months ago by Kimberly
I have problem opening bottles. The drill is not powerful enough. It some times stops in the middle of the way.Published 8 months ago by Kevin
Cork remover broke after opening a dozen bottles. Cute little screwdriver
But I would pass if it has to pull anything synthetic or composite corks.
Gave it as a gift. It had many uses and is great to have in any kitchen. Long battery life.Published 10 months ago by Cheryl Livengood
I paid a little extra for this because of the added bonus of opening a bottle of wine. We are wine drinkers in the house, so it will get used. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sonny
Not a great a wine bottle opener. There is a technique to extracting the cork and ejecting it that my wife hasn't grasped. Read morePublished 12 months ago by David P.