|Item Weight||1.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.8 x 5.2 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||06102|
|Manufacturer Part Number||06102|
Picquic 06102 Teeny Turner 7 Bit Micro Driver (Assorted Colors)
|Price:||$7.25 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
|You Save:||$8.90 (55%)|
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- Ideal for servicing today & rsquo;s electronic devices, eyeglasses and other "Teeny" screws
- Includes: Phillips (00, 0), Slotted (2mm, 3mm), Torx (T5, T6, T8)
- Precision tips ideal for small screwdriving
- Also for use on models, toys or battery compartments
- No screws, caps, or devices are used to change bits
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Sometimes you need a screwdriver that can fit into tiny places, even if you can't apply a lot of torque. Even though the Teeny Turner is only 2 5/8" long (with a bit inserted), it still provides a decent grip. The seven bits can be changed rapidly and are held securely in the shank with magnets. Colors vary.
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There are 7 bits, including:
- Small flat-head and a tiny flat-head
- Small Phillips and a tiny Phillips
- 6-pointed star in three sizes
- If you want more size details, Amazon's photos gives numbers.
I love that the unused bits are all held on the outer part of the screwdriver so you don't have to worry about losing them. They stay in place because of friction from a rubber band wrapped around the core.
FYI - When the unit arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to see the packaging said that the handle and shank are made in Canada, while the bits are made in Taiwan. I've only used it to change my car remote's battery, but my initial sense is that it's a quality product. And it makes me feel more secure that it's made in Taiwan rather than China. And no, I'm not a China basher; in fact, I think China's economic boom is amazing and I recognize that many Chinese firms produce high quality produces (e.g., Apple's gadgets). Having said that, some Chinese factories produce junk. So for this precision tool, I'm glad it's made in Canada and Taiwan.
In my opinion, if you're working with small screws, I think this set is about as small as it gets and has a great price (I paid $8.71 on Amazon).
Bought one of these locally (NOT thru Amazon), when I noticed a jar near the cashier area with just a couple of them left.
Have spent many years flying and have had several occasions where something has gone wrong with a headset (mine or a co-workers),
or other piece of equipment (2-way radios, avionics, personal items, etc).
Luckily, having this Teeny-Turner in my flight bag has allowed me to tear-down, modify/repair and rebuild a headset - without
having to waste mission time with landing and trying to find tools to resolve the problem.
For the price, it practically pays for itself when you run into that situation when you need it - especially when you're mobile.
- Tool box
- Bug-out / EDC bag
- Jockey box
Whatever you have, this doesn't take up much space and can help immensely if/when something breaks or comes apart.
So why only 4 stars? Because as inexpensive as this driver is here on Amazon, you can get it for about half the price at Sears or Kmart: both sell it (as of mid-2014) for $3.99. That's a huge stonking deal, and if you buy at a physical store you can also pick your own color.
I like the design of the driver, it is a good way to keep the bits with the handle, without the worry of 'dumping' them out, which can happen with bits held loosely in a hollow handle with a lid. The magnet is also strong enough to let you use this driver as a screw holder, as well.