|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 8 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||2354-01|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||30-day money back guarantee, 1 yr warranty|
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SKIL 2354-01 iXO 4-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Palm-Sized Cordless Screwdriver
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- Max power of 4-volts with 20-percent longer run time
- Compact, powerful, and lightweight
- SiteLight LED work light for better visibility
- Forward and reverse LED indicator shows drilling direction
- Lithium-ion power battery holds charge up to 18-months
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|Color||Red||Information not provided||Red/Black||Information not provided|
|Dimensions||9 inches x 3 inches||8.25 inches x 2.35 inches||8.2 inches x 2.8 inches||1.5 inches x 5.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.25 pounds||1.15 pounds||2.1 pounds||2.8 pounds|
|Power Source||battery-powered||corded-electric||Information not provided||battery-powered|
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|The SKIL 2354-01 screwdriver's compact, lightweight design makes it fast and comfortable to use (click to enlarge).|
Better Light for Better Visibility
To increase visibility when you are working, the SKIL 2354-01 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.
There is also a battery fuel gauge that will tell you when it’s time to charge the battery. This screwdriver also has a 1/4-inch hex bit holder for fast and easy bit changes.
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 SKIL 2354-01 iXO includes one iXO cordless screwdriver, a five piece bit set, and one charger.
|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|
Top Customer Reviews
The old version came with a charging cradle that held a selection of 10 various bits. The new version comes in a blister package that is a nightmare to open. It doesn't have a cradle. It just has a wall-wart charger that plugs into the bottom of the tool. It also only comes with 5 bits. Bits are not an issue, as they're cheap enough. The charger is inferior in design, however. Same output power and charge time, but just not as classy as the original.
The old Ixo was made in Maylasia. This one was made in China. They kept the price point the same, but eliminated accessories and moved production to a cheaper plant. Typical business in production these days.
That said, the overall build quality appears the same from the outside. I don't know if it will run for 5 years or so as the old one did. I certainly hope so. I will come back and update my review if I have any issues with this newer model. It certainly doesn't feel like some of the cheap crap we've been seeing these days coming from over there.
Performance of these little drivers is pretty incredible. I've used them to drive wood screws a couple of inches, self tappers into aluminum, etc... I make primary use of it as a string winder for guitars nowadays. (heavy usage)
The slow speed of it makes it very torquey and yet easy to control. The battery lasts for a long time from light usage. It will suffer if you use it for heavy driving, though. The Li-Ion battery in my original one went for a couple years before showing substantial degradation in performance.Read more ›
I recall a small drill I bought for my mother 25 years ago - one of the first small battery operated drills - what a joke - could barely turn a screw and battery life was a joke - quickly ended up in the garbage (before we learned to recycle batteries).
As such, I stayed clear of these small "personal" screw drivers all these years. But knowing battery advances in the meantime, decided to pick this little guy up on a whim - price was reasonable and could always return it.
To my surprise, found this little guy perfect for the odd job around the house, where I wouldn't bother getting out a larger, more powerful cousins and instead use an ubiquitous screw driver that is slow, but gets the job done.
Did a bit of painting recently, and found it very handy to dissemble some large furniture (the led light was actually quite handy) and to take off wall switch plates. Drove 3/4" screws into dense wood with a surprisingly torquey motor using low speed. And the battery life is very good - on my second charge after being around the house a month.
For what it is, this little screwdriver does its job quite well. 5/5
Yes, less than ideal charger, but hey, for $35 what do you expect? One thing I'd have preferred is a slot to store bits on the driver, or at least supply several reversible bits (flat/phillips combo etc)
The manufacturer claims the driver locks to do the final tightening, (or loosening), of screws and fasteners -- but that's not true.
The driver seldom locks as advertised.
And believe me, with a driver that's pistol shaped, final tightening, (or loosening), of screws and fasteners is a real hassle if it doesn't lock.
Try it sometime -- it's nearly comical.
And in tight spaces, it's impossible.
Plus, my AC adapter/charger died withing 2 weeks and the seller thumbed their nose at me.
So now, I have a cordless driver that will sit and collect dust. According to the seller, the AC adapter isn't available separately.
And they can't help me and they don';t give a crap.
Meanwhile, I went to K-Mart and bought their Black & Decker cordless screwdriver for $20.00 and I use it all the time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Use this constantly. very powerful & stays charged thru every project. My construction friend laughed at it at first because it was small & cute. He was very impressed.Published 2 months ago by Debbie Griffin
Works as anticipated! small, easy to handle and quite effective!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great little drill, has a good amount of power. Convenient micro-USB charger.Published 7 months ago by B. T. Nutter
Powerful, well designed, and the battery lasts so much longer than the competition. I like it so much that this is the second one I've bought after losing the charger for the first... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Matt
LOVE this tool. I hate the notion of tools just for women, but my hands don't have a lot of strength because of a neurological conditions. I use this often. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Powerful, small and retains its charge for most all job requirements. Enclosed light guides the selected tip to the screw or other item your having to work with. Read morePublished 11 months ago by James A. Woolsey