|Manufacturer||Grace Marketing- HI|
|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 0.67 x 0.4 inches|
|Item model number||03044A|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material||Chrome Vanadium Steel|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Neiko 03044A Mini Ratcheting Offset Screwdriver and Bit Set, Pocket Size Close-Quarters ,1/4-Inch Drive
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4 x 0.67 x 0.4 inches|
|Material||Chrome Vanadium Steel|
|drive system||Combination Phillips Slotted|
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- Mini-size stubby 3/8-inch thick and 4-inch long handle with 90-degree low profile ratchet driver is perfect for tight work spaces and close quarters
- 16-teeth ratcheting system delivers smooth and reversible fastening and unfastening operation
- Chrome vanadium steel machined tip bits are constructed with extra strong hardness to reduce round-off
- Magnetic bit adaptors hold bits securely for higher levels of torque application
- Set includes 7 x 1” bits in an organizer: 3-pc Phillips (#1, #2 and #3), 2-pc slotted (4.5mm and 7mm), and 2-pc torx star (T15 and T20)
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From the manufacturer
Handy For Small Fastener Applications
Super compact size of this ratcheting screwdriver gives you space to reach into tight and narrow spaces. The low clearance allows your knuckles to be out of the way.
Perfect for Small Repairs
Set includes common screwdriver bits so you can perform quick and simple repairs in a flash. This tool is handy for small electronics, jewelry, and product assembling.
Bit Sizes Included
- 3 x Phillips Bit (#1, #2 and #3)
- 2 x Slotted Bits (4.5mm and 7mm)
- 2 x Torx star (T15 and T20)
Easily Secure Bits
Never worry about your bits coming loose while you tighten or loosen your screws. Even for its small size, the magnetic power can securely hold bits in its place.
Simple Reverse Switch
The reversible mechanism allows you to quickly switch from tightening to loosening screws. Just a simple press converts the clockwise and counterpoise rotation of the screwdriver.
Common Bits Included
Comes with 6 different bit shapes for ultimate versatility. Save time and money with buying multiple screwdrivers when you have all of them in one complete set.
Set comes with the following pieces: 7 x 1” bits in an organizer: 3-pc Phillips (#1, #2 and #3), 2-pc slotted (4.5mm and 7mm), and 2-pc torx star (T15 and T20)
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I bought another one thinking it is the same thing. They are not. See the pictures showing the difference.
Get this one.
Not the half@$$ed chrome I expected, but a nice sandblasted finish. Bits seem harder than I expect for such an inexpensive tool.
It’s two pieces of punched sheet metal with a black painted finish. The sides are made of plastic. There are no sharp edges or burrs. The metal plates are kept spaces by a rivet at the end and at the pawl to serve as the pivot.
The ratchet mechanism:
The pawl is punched sheet metal with a rough chrome finish. The spring and detention for the pawl are housed in the handle itself. Selecting direction is easy, smooth, and positive. The bit holder and ratchet gear look to be cast and plated. The gear teeth have no burrs or rounded over edges.
Bit holding is not by magnetism like I read in an answered questioned but by a small hairspring wound around the racket with the end serving as a crude detent. It all out of the way and can only be seen through the small crack between the ratchet and the front plate. There is a flange on the back to keep the bit from pushing through entirely.
Overall very well made for the purpose and price. Yes, it could have had the punched edges smoothed out, but since it has no bearing on performance, it makes since to omit it to keep cost down.
Overall a great tool for your pocket or, like me, and small tool bag to keep in my desk at the office. Would recommend.
- Unfortunately, this model doesn't have a way to lock the supplied screwdriver bits into the receiver on the ratchet. This means that when you turn the ratchet over to use it - the bit just falls out. -
The true solution would be to magnetize the receiver in the ratchet for the screwdriver bits (or magnetize the bits?). Without this, it is really frustrating as the instant you are trying to get it into the space to remove the screw the bit falls out. I wrapped a piece of tape around the bit to make it stay, but I feel like I shouldn't have to retro-engineer a tool that I just purchased.
Didn't even try the sockets (which do have a locking ball bearing like a regular ratchet).
Sorry Neiko, but I had to return it for a refund.
Overall, the tool is fairly high quality, with a good heft to it. It feels reasonably well made and sturdy for the price. The design is quite possibly as low profile as a screwdriver can physically get without compromising usability (by resorting to non-standard attachments). The bits are universal, making it versatile with a wide variety of screws. I can use bits from my cordless drill and other screwdriver sets.
Really my only complaint, and it's a big one, is where the ratchet toggle switch is. Because of how tight my space restriction was, I had to hold the tool by the head for leverage so that it aligns with the screw on the shelf and allow me to apply the proper torque. This caused me to touch the toggle and flip the direction, adding extra hassle.
Other than that, I'm happy to have this tool in my toolbox for future situations.
Only for tiny and short screws.
Sadly, my optimism took a hit when I tried using this on a job and it proved completely ineffective.
Simply put-in a tight spot- trying to tighten or loosen a screw did not work. The racheting mechanism kept loosing it's place. I had to keep clicking it into it's place. It wouldn't stay put in the desired respective righty tighty or lefty loosey positions.
I would not have bothered to write this review had there been a potential to return this item.
I also would not have bothered had I been a rich man who could buy and dispose of things whenever I please.
So, now I am disappointed . I see there are other reviews that are good-the reason I bought it- I'm left with the hope that maybe I got a dud and others are fairing much better with their newfound miniature tool.
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Using the tool is very simple and easy, and the fact it comes with several heads means that most applications are covered - unlike some other variants. Having only used it once I cannot really comment on durability, but I'm more than happy to recommend it for those hard to get at screw heads that don't need the 'oomph' of a strong traditional screwdriver for removal. This is a very neat addition to a DIY tool box - not a standard screwdriver replacement.
I'm returning the item without opening it. I'd probably wouldn't catch cancer with it but if you have to write it as a warning, maybe you should care about your customers and do something about it.