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Black & Decker's SmartDriver Compact Screwdriver is a cleverly designed rechargeable screwdriver that delivers 48 in./lbs. of torque in a small, ergonomically-shaped compact driver frame. This 3.5-volt screwdriver features a lithium ion battery that holds it charge for up to 18 months. The small size of this compact screwdriver makes it convenient to use for small household jobs when you need to work in tight spaces and the charger can be mounted to the wall for convenient storage.
The compact screwdriver's performance and unique design make it the perfect tool for any task in and around your home. The new Lithium Ion battery technology helps deliver 20% more power (torque) and won't loose charge for 18-months so the LI3000 is ready for use when you are. The compact size is half that of a regular rechargeable screwdriver and helps to get into tight spaces. The grab-n-go charger, which can also be mounted onto the wall, keeps the unit ready and easily accessible.
Bought this several years ago and still going strong.
Good for light duty.
If you have to drive in screws that are tight, it's not going to happen. Read more
This tool has proved to be very valuable and consistent.I'm usually called upon when a family member purchases funiture that requires setup. Read morePublished on May 27, 2013 by Herman M Reid Jr
The light offers inside cabinet work a breeze and the smal, long battery life are a plus for this handy device.Published on December 29, 2012 by Cheybuff
Of all the rechargeable tools I've ever owned, THIS little power monster has become my favorite go-to tool. Read morePublished on May 29, 2011 by Audiophan
I absolutely love this screwdriver. I used it right out of the box without charging it to put my T.V. stand together that holds my 73 inch Mitsubishi. Read morePublished on March 12, 2011 by OC-KALI
I loaned this from a friend in like-new condition. I used it once on 6 screws and then it stopped. It now only moves counter-clockwise.Published on September 9, 2010 by Ofir G.
I've had this tool for a few years now and I absolutely love it, I just never got around to writing a review sooner. Read morePublished on January 14, 2010 by A. Patricio