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SKIL 2336-02 iXO 3.6-Volt Cordless Screwdriver

3.0 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

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  • 3.6V Powerful enough for most household tasks
  • Accepts full charge anytime without memory effects
  • Lithium-Ion Power Battery holds charge up to 18 months
  • Forward/Reverse LED Indicator shows drilling direction
  • Weighs just 10-Ounce for less user fatigue

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Product Description

Product Description

Includes 3.6 Volt Cordless iXO Palm Size Screwdriver - 2336-02, 34-Piece Bit Set, Charger, Storage Tin

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The SKIL iXO is a palm-sized powerhouse that holds its battery charge up to 18 months of non-use. And while the size is small, the tool still packs a punch powerful enough to tackle most home improvement projects, from assembling furniture to drilling pilot holes.



The iXO's lightweight, compact design makes it perfect for working in tight spaces.



Complete with 34-piece bit set, charger, and carrying case. View larger.


The SKIL iXO is Energy Star certified.

  • Lightweight and easy to use; weighing only 10 oz
  • Forward/Reverse indicators
  • Rechargeable--accepts a full charge anytime without affecting battery life
  • Powered by an Energy Star battery charger (for a better environment)
  • 1/4-inch hex chuck
Innovative Features and Benefits
The SKIL iXO cordless screwdriver is palm-sized at 5-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches and, as a result of the 3.6-volt lithium-ion battery, weighs a mere 10.3 ounces. The iXO's lithium-ion battery technology is half the weight and size of a NiCd battery, plus it holds a charge for up to 18 months of non-use, so the iXO is always charged and ready to go when you need it. The tool can provide drilling capabilities to hang photos or curtains, as well as driving screws to assemble furniture.

The iXO also boasts user-friendly features such as forward/reverse indicator arrows that point users in the right direction. And the soft-grip handle increases comfort and alleviates user fatigue. The SKIL iXO's compact and convenient size make it an ideal tool for everyday use.

SKIL Heritage
SKIL Power Tools is a leader in portable electric power tools and accessories that serves the consumer do-it-yourself and professional construction markets. Founded in 1924 with the invention of the SKILSAW Worm Drive, 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-conscience tools for the jobsite.


What's in the Box
2236-02 iXO Screwdriver, 34-piece bit set, charger, and carrying case.



Product Specifications
  • Battery: Lithium-ion
  • Certifications: UL, CS
  • Charger: Cradle charger
  • Voltage: 3.6V
  • Weight: 10 oz


Product Information

Technical Details

Part Number 2336-02
Item Weight 2.4 pounds
Product Dimensions 8.9 x 8.6 x 3.7 inches
Item model number 2336-02
Color Red, black and silver
Power Source cordless-electric
Voltage 3.6 volts
Item Package Quantity 1
Included Components battery
Batteries Included? Yes
Batteries Required? Yes
Battery Cell Type Lithium Ion
Warranty Description 1 Year manufacturer Warranty

Additional Information

ASIN B000KNM54Q
Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #670,481 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#1,968 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Drills
Shipping Weight 2.7 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available October 19, 2006

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I've used this screwdriver for everything from hanging wooden blinds, installing child locks on the kitchen cabinet doors, and removing and replacing the switchplates when I paint a room to name a few. Its small and easy to use but is still powerful. This new lithium ion battery stays charged for months but the IXO can be stored on the charger without damaging the battery. I like the fact that it is always charged when I need to use it. I originally received the Skil iXO as a gift and liked it so much that I've purchased several more to give as gifts.
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This tool is the ultimate time saver! If you frequently assemble toys or have to put together flat packed furniture you will be very glad to buy this device. It comes with plenty of bits including hex so no more fiddling with Allen keys. It is compact enough to reach into plenty of corners a normal drill or screwdriver can't fit into. The charge lasts a long time and it has more than adequate power for daily tasks. Now it won't be useful for building a deck but in the few months I've had it I have:

put up a dozen blinds
assembled multiple toys
assembled 6 pieces of furniture (including a pottery barn table where the top required 16 bolts to attach to the pedestal)
and countless other small tasks

Every time I am so glad to have had this tool. If you see the negative Consumer Reports review, it's for the older model number. This one will not disappoint.
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I love this little cordless drill. I bought it because it was small and lightweight and I've been very impressed with it's long-lasting charge and more than adequate torque for around the house. The grip is the perfect size for my hands. My husband has very large hands and loves his big drills, but doesn't mind using my little drill for small projects.
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This completely blows away any other small powered screwdriver I have ever used. Seriously. This is not junk like most.

I've been using the Ixo since it first came out. My partner on the job bought one, and we all made fun of him for it. "Isn't that cute!" We said.

Well then I watched him drive a self-tapping screw with no pilot hole into pretty heavy sheet metal with it. I had to try it out myself.

I wound up stealing his from him as often as I could, because carrying an 18 Volt Dewalt drill around to drive little screws is rather stupid. (low voltage electrical work)

You used to be able to find these for $40 at Home Depot, and sometimes $30 on sale. I bought mine about 2 years ago for $40. I've used it almost every work day since then.

When using for heavy-duty professional work, expect to have to charge it regularly. It will drive wood screws on a fresh charge, but not for very long. If its something that would be difficult to turn by hand, it will be difficult to turn with the Ixo. That's my way of judging whether to use this or break out the big drill.

It can be a serious time saver in a lot of ways, though. Removing/reinstalling screws that would require you to twist a driver a million times are now solved by just pushing the button.

My complaints - wish it had a clutch, but no way on something so cheap and small. Use your wrist as the clutch. When you learn to stop at the right time, you stop stripping screws.
When the battery is low, and you half-squeeze the trigger, the light doesn't turn on. Instead it lights up the out-of-gas light. This is frustrating when you're in a pinch and you just need to drive a couple more screws before putting it on the charger.
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I think this little screwdriver (and I do mean little) is great. I like it when people start off positive instead of always focusing on the negative. Why is it great?

It is compact! I have very large hands, and the handle is shorter than the depth of my grip. Is this a problem? I thought it would be, but thanks to the huge trigger it was comfortable. This screwdriver comes in a round black soft case that features the SKIL logo. Inside you have the charger, a little ziplock chock full of bits, and the screwdriver itself. Its so nice to have a small package like this case containing everything. The entire case will fit perfect into most people's repair kits. You get the benefit of a Lithium Ion Battery which essentially doesn't loose a charge, at least nowhere near like nicads do. I refuse to buy any nicad power tools anymore.

Now for the not-great... This little baby does not carry a huge punch in a small package. It does not have the power of a drill, so don't think you can drill holes with it in anything more than super soft pine(or balsa wood). I bought this primarily for a project to hang a pot and pan rack, and to replace my old black and decker nicad model that died on me. I needed to drill six 2 1/2 inch drywall screws through 1" pine and into a stud(most likely spruce). I tried, just to test, drilling without a pilot hole through the pine board. It did it just fine. It would not, however, drill into the harder wood of the stud. I then pre-drilled a hole through the pine board and into the stud, leaving maybe a half inch at the end undrilled. The skil screwdriver put the screw in without issue until it hit that last 1/2 inch and couldn't do it. so I did a third test drilling a full 3 inches through, and then used the skil to finish.
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