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14-In-1 Offset Screwdriver Set
Double-end chrome Vanadium steel bits. Precision-milled tips for exact fit. Double-end straight with 90-degree offset driver reaches screws in angles and tight places that conventional drivers can not. 7-Piece driver bits: #0 Phillips x 5/32-inch Flat, #1 Phillips x 3/16-inch Flat, #2 Phillips x 1/4-inch Flat, #3 Phillips x 9/32-inch Flat, SD-15 x SD-20, SD-10 x Drywall #2, S-2 x Clutch 1/4-inch. 1-Piece offset driver complete with belt storage clip.
Double-end chrome Vanadium steel bits
Precision-milled tips for exact fit
Double-end straight with 90-degree offset driver
Reaches screws in angles and tight places
Complete with belt storage clip
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2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
OK product, but not what it looks like - NOT for power driversJan 20, 2012
By Andrew Sigal
I screwed up (pun intended.) I looked at the image and didnt read the description carefully enough. Visually this looks like it is a right-angle head for a power screwdriver. There is an attachment point at each end, so I just assumed that you put the bit in one end and attach it to your power screwdriver at the other end. However, that is not the case - there is nothing that moves. This is just a right-angle piece of plastic-coated metal. As a right angle non-powered screwdriver with interchangeable bits, it is OK. However, the ability to put a bit into the long end is pretty pointless, since attempting to use it in that way just makes this an uncomfortable regular screwdriver - if you're going to use the long end, why not just use a standard straight screwdriver? Perhaps it could be useful if I am doing a job and only want to carry one driver? Dunno.
Anyway, the description does *not* say that it is for powered drivers, and I simply assumed that it was, so I am not going to return it since it was my mistake. However, I do wish I had a right-angle head for my power driver. Guess its back to shopping.
Works pretty well.Apr 13, 2013
I like that you can have a standard and a Phillips head available at the same time, this screwdriver comes with several other bits to swap out. I don't know if there is a way to lock the bit in better, because it stays okay on its own but it can fall out if you torque something hard and then pull away..
The red bit clip doesn't hold on very tight, I was hoping it would just for storage reasons, so you can find the bits right away.. it seems to fall off pretty easily though.
Overall, a decent tool for getting in those hard to reach areas.. a ratcheting feature would be nice.. rotating over and over can get a little old.
Not as it appearsDec 31, 2012
Similar to another reviewer, from the appearance I expected this to be a right-angle driver that would allow me access screws in tight spaces by turning the end, without having to ratchet the driver side-to-side. This is not the case, very disappointed.
1 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Offset ScrewdriverJan 10, 2011
I searched the internet for almost an hour to find this type of screwdriver. I am so glad the Amazon.com had what I was looking for.