Stanley 66-358 Stanley Stubby Ratcheting MultiBit Screwdriver
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- Magnetic tip ensures bits and screws stay attached to driver
- Durable bi material handles with comfort grip
- Includes six chrome vanadium bits with internal bit storage for easy access to bits
- Three position switch enables clockwise and counter clockwise ratcheting and locked position
- Bits Include one 1 Pt Philips two 2 Pt Philips one 1/8-Inch slotted one 3/16-Inch slotted and one 1/4-Inch slotted
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Highlights: Finish : Chrome plated Material : Chrome vanadium steel Shank material : Chrome vanadium steel Handle design : Ergonomic Number of pieces : 7 Overall length : 4-1/2" Shank type : Solid Type : 5-in-1 drive Usage : For general purpose Includes : Handle, 1/8" standard bit, 3/16" standard bit, 1/4" standard bit, 1pt phillips bit, 2pt phillips bit (2) Special features : Phillips no 1, (2) no 2, slotted 1/8", 3/16", 1/4" Magnetic bit holder for secure storage of bits Internal bit storage for easy access and fast changeover of bits Three position switch enables clockwise and counter-clockwise ratcheting and locked position Durable bi-material handles for comfortable grip
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The Stanley stubby ratcheting screwdriver features a three-position switch which enables clockwise and counter-clockwise ratcheting and locked positions. This all purpose ratcheting screwdriver features 6 interchangeable tips (Bits Include: 1 Pt Philips bit, 2 PT Philips bit, 1/8-Inch Slotted bit, 3/16-Inch Slotted bit and 1/4-Inch Slotted bit) with an internal bit storage system for easy access. The stubby design makes it ideal for tight or limited space areas. Another feature of this product includes a durable bi-material comfort-grip making this screwdriver a must have on the jobsite or around the house. This screwdriver is ideal for applications including plumbing, HVAC, household and mechanical repairs.
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When I began I would look at a bag full of tools and have to google what each piece was utilized for!! I found that the screwdriver was the most handy tool I could use without hurting myself! TBH I had no idea what a screwdriver was at first (lol, thought it was the drink) but sadly it wasn't!!
So our bathroom door keeps closing with the knob locked! When it first happened I panicked, I had no idea how to open it again, a friend recommended a screw driver just to change the head out and stick it in the lock. It worked! Problem solved and felt good!
Recently, I purchased the Stanley screwdriver on Amazon and it's perfect for me! I have really small adult hands so the typical screwdriver length easily slips out of my hand! It's scary because I can easily hurt myself that way. The one I purchased is hand held perfect! Easy, sturdy to grasp while using and is also the perfect size for storing!!! It comes with six different head changes, that vary in size (for different areas small versus big, etc.) I also do a lot of online shopping and realized that my crafting scissors has become dull because I use it so often to open my boxes! I found that the screwdriver is quite handy for cutting the tape away from the box as well! I also lose things super easily! Since the screwdriver comes with six different heads there's a 95% chance that I would lose the the rest of the heads that aren't being used! What I found useful is that there is a storage center for the heads at the bottom of the screwdriver that you can plop in! I'm hoping that I won't have to fix to many things around the house, but am glad I found how to use this screwdriver in case of any emergencies!!
This thing is perfect. The size is just right and the different heads are easily accessible and won't pop open during use. I doubt I would even have to take my gloves off to use it. It's small enough to carry around and it also has a ratchet mechanism which just makes everything even easier.
I think that last sentence will disqualify this review so I'm stopping here. Other comparable products I would also recommend are: http://www.amazon.com/Lutz-15-in-1-Ratchet-Screwdriver-Blue/dp/B00ZKQ8BJQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1447618849&sr=8-1&keywords=lutz+screwdriver
I've had the Lutz longer than any other tool and I think I've not lost a single tip because that screwdriver is so handy. If the tips were magnetic it would be perfect. This Stanley is just as good if you aren't right up next to something though.
But if you need the ultimate screw-driving experience go here: Craftsman 9-41796 Ratcheting Ready Bit Screwdriver
True story: I was helping with carpentry tasks at the house of a friend.
I asked him, "Where is the ratcheting screwdriver?"
He asked, "What's a ratcheting screwdriver?" (and he has a lot of knowledge about repairs and such).
I said, "Are you kidding? You don't have one? You need one!" I dug out mine and showed it to him.
He said, "WOW, I need that!"
I gave my Stanley ratcheting multi-bit screwdriver to my friend, and ordered myself another.
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