|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.8 x 2.2 x 6.5 inches|
|Item model number||WX254L|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Average Battery Life||18 hours|
|Warranty Description||NTE 2 years RA/Exchange Policy|
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WORX WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver with 12 Driving Bits
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- Steel, Plastic, Rubber
- Made in USA or Imported
- Slide action changes bit selection
- 2 rapid reload cartridges hold 6 bits each and interchange quickly
- Stays fully loaded and bits are never lost
- Battery charger included and holds charge up to 18 months
- Includes screw starter drill bit to make pilot holes
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Worx’s WX254L SD semi-automatic power screwdriver with 12 driving bits takes the convenience of cordless screwdriving applications to the next level thanks to its rapid-reloading technology that allows you to change bits with a single slide. Includes two sets of bit cartridges to interchange within the tool so bits never get lost and are always ready to load via its automatic bit-shift functionality. Ideal for the avid tool guru and DIYers alike, the WX254L is handy for use around the house to tighten loose screws on furniture, cabinetry, woodwork, and more. Plus, its 4-volt maximum lithium-ion battery holds its charge for months on end, so it’s always ready to use.
Undertake Tasks Fully Loaded
Never again fumble through a tool drawer or waste time trying to get the right bit to attach to your cordless screwdriver. The Worx SD semi-automatic screwdriver has two bit cartridges that hold a total of 12 bits at all times. Easily switch between the included Phillips, slotted, hex, square recess, and Torx bits by simply moving the screwdriver’s slide back and then forward to activate the auto bit shift to find the bit that best suits your need.
Bit by Bit with Just A Click
The SD’s automatic bit shift activates the bit in the cartridge. Simply open the slide, rotate the cartridge to the desired bit, and shut the slide to activate the bit. The two cartridges are preloaded with 12 bits, including a special screw-starting drill bit for making pilot holes. But any standard 1/4-inch hex screwdriving bit is compatible with the SD in case you have special screwdriving applications. It’s the ultimate combination of versatility and convenience.
A Charge That Lasts
The SD runs on a 4-volt maximum lithium-ion battery that, thanks to its advanced technology, can hold a charge for up to a year and a half. Eliminate the delay of starting a project because of a dead battery—you can pick up the SD after 18 months in storage and immediately tackle the project at hand with confidence knowing that it’s still ready to go.
What's in the Box
One Worx WX254L SD semi-automatic screwdriver, one T10 drill bit, one T20 drill bit, one H3 drill bit, one H4 drill bit, one H5 drill bit, one screw starter drill bit, one P0 drill bit, one P1 drill bit, one P2 drill bit, one SL4 drill bit, one SQ1 drill bit, one SQ2 drill bit, one 4-volt maximum lithium-ion battery, and one battery charger.
- Cordless screwdriver with 12 different bits included
- Fully loaded cartridges so you never lose bits
- Rapid reloading with slide action to change bit to fit your need
- Powered by long-lasting four-volt maximum lithium-ion battery
- Backed by a three-year limited warranty
Top Customer Reviews
1. Packaging good, nice and simple
2. Drill is small, not going to be a jobsite tool for sure.
3. Bits are contained as advertised, not going to lose them. (two "magazines" full of bits comes with)
4. Charging is done by plug in on both sides. Meaning the battery (as far as I can tell) is not removeable.
5. No carrying case. But the tray in the box is surprisingly heavy duty, (seriously) I may leave it in there in my tool box.
6. It does have a little LED light on the handle to illuminate a screw head.
Some things to note, this little guy is not going to replace your big dog 18volt (insert big name cordless drill). This little guy, is going to put your doll house together, hang pictures, tighten screws, little odd jobs that the big drill just gets all up in the way with and to be frank, way to powerful to do in the first place. The Worx is hefty enough though. It does not feel cheap, it does have some weight to it. The handle is a little small for my hands, but will work. The slide is heavy duty plastic and slides in and out very smooth, no sticking, nor does it feel cheap.
The RPM is way low, meaning the bit spins slow. Also there is no other speed. It will be easy to track and place on smaller projects and screws. The lock & load method is pretty awesome. You do have to manually open and rotate the cylinder inside the chamber for the desired bit (way easy). And it pops in and out super easy. I really like it so far. One other thing to note, there is no need to tighten the chuck or any of that, lock, Load & screw...lol. I dig this little thing!
Its the perfect leave in the house got to get it quick tool.Read more ›
First, it is single speed with no variability, so it is just on or off. You can't slowly start and finish tightening a screw.
Second, it has no torque limit adjustment like better quality power drivers, so it's very hard to fully tighten a screw without accidentally stripping it. This is particularly a problem when using a hex or torx bit, which will not naturally slip out when tight.
Considering the cost of this driver, both these features should have been included.
Additionally, the selection of bit sizes and types is poorly chosen. There are three different Phillips bit sizes but only one Slotted bit, which is very small. There are only two Torx bit sizes, T10 and T20, whereas a T15 is also a commonly used size. OTOH, there are two small Square bits, which are very rarely used and too small to be used as socket holders.
On the positive side, it does use a lithium-ion battery that charges quickly and will hold a charge for a long time, and it is solidly made as are all WORX products.
Like others mentioned, though, this is NOT a heavy duty driver, nor is it variable speed. Look elsewhere if that's what you want. But if you want a screwdriver to keep in the kitchen drawer for light duty stuff like assembling toys, etc., then this works great. The rotation speed is fast enough so it doesn't take forever but slow enough so you don't lose control. Variable speed would have been nice, but for just light duty screwing this works fine, and really makes those kinds of projects fun. I can't wait to put together something which requires changing out slotted for Phillips bits back and forth (my son's play kitchen last year would have been perfect for this tool). The cartridge mechanism has a satisfying resistance, and you truly will never lose another bit again. It's such a simple concept when you see how they did it. Why did it take so long for someone to figure this out?!?!
The first thing I did was consolidate 6 of the more common bits into one cartridge. It really felt like I was loading some kind of weapon. I wish it came with a second, larger slotted bit, so I grabbed one from my tool box and it fit in and works perfectly with the cartridge mechanism. (An extra large slotted bit I had didn't fit, though). The SD also comes with a second cartridge, but that kind of defeats the point of the product in my opinion, so I just threw it (and the lesser used bits) in my junk drawer.Read more ›
What I love about ym Worx SD:
- Well built, not flimsy.
- Good power for small jobs.
- Keep the original box, its a great carry case.
- Battery life is great.
Why I gave it 3 stars and not 5:
- Non-removeable/replaceable battery.
- No power for big jobs, I wish it had just a tad bit more.
- Magnetically held bits sometime get pulled out the front, and they scatter all over if you drop the bit cartridge.
- Light is close to useless.
- Variable speed would be a killer feature.
- Bit cartridge only turns one way, a minor inconvenience.
But, for what I use it for, most of the time its a champ, and I wouldn't discourage buying this otherwise great tool.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is one nifty item. I bought it for myself, but my husband has taken it over. Love that you don't have to go looking for different types or sizes of a flathead, star, or... Read morePublished 20 days ago by DealShopper
Overall I really like this drill but,
- the light doesn't come on until the drill starts which is one speed. Read more
Great little drill, it's one speed works well for disassembling things and putting back together. I work at a hotel complex and I use this for repairing the card style locks we... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven S.
It didn't work right and It was cheap so I sent it back. My dad is very into to tools and he uses them a lot so this was not good at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cmpr6d
This is such a handy little household drill! We have a couple of large, heavy drills in the shop for heavy duty use but we have one of these in the house AND in the shop, simply... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Moss
Pretty much the drill I use 95% of the time. Let's face it, unless you are a big time contractor... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ruesco
I work with electronics, open and repairing stuff,
this is so far my best and most liked tool I have. Read more
This is a joke. No real screw driver power. Strips the screw heads and was useless! Extremely disappointing!Published 5 months ago by G. J. Durrane