|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.9 x 1.7 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||69-189|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- 3 Position ratcheting mechanism enables clockwise, counter clockwise and locked ratcheting positions
- Quick release magnetic bit holder provides for fast and secure bit change capability
- Convenient bit storage
- Bi-material textured handle for higher torque
- Kit includes: 6 chrome vanadium (CRV) bits stored inside the handle for easy access
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The Stanley 69-189 Ratcheting Multi-Bit Screwdriver is a multi-bit ratcheting screwdriver that holds 6 bits securely in the handle. The handle is made from a bi-material texture for torque. Its ratcheting mechanism works in 3 different positions. The bits are made of chrome vanadium steel. It features a 3-position ratcheting mechanism which enables clockwise, counter clockwise and locked ratcheting positions. The quick release magnetic bit holder provides for fast and secure bit change capability. Bi-material textured handle for torque. Includes: 6 chrome vanadium (CRV) bits stored inside the handle for easy access. Dimensions (L x W x H): 11.8 x 3.6 x 1.3 Made in Taiwan
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Also, using this for anything "deep" is not really an option as the ring mechanism is really wider than I think it needs to be.
My one criticism is the cap where you store the spare bits. It seems cheap and doesn't do a great job in securing the bits but overall I don't think its a very major issue, I have dropped it several times on the cap and it hasn't broken yet.
Overall a great screwdriver, so good I had to get a second.
Why four stars instead of five? - well, in my opinion the handle is a little on the large size and the ratchet setting moves a lilttle too easily between forward, backward and stationary. There also isn't much circumfrence distance for the settings in that it doesn't even move a quarter way around to cover all three settings. My personal preference is to leave it set as a standard screwdriver, but I will say the ratchet does what its supposed to.
Another company sells the same type of screwdriver but with a nice wooden handle - no where to keep extra bits, but it is nice. However, they get $35 for it and the business end doesn't work any better than this one.