All-in-One Screwdrivers contain multiple bit heads to drive virtually any fastener. You gain the functionality of Phillips-head screwdrivers and slotted-head screwdrivers plus many more in a compact tool.
A multi-bit screwdriver features a shaft with a bit set and storage for several different bits. The bits usually range from several sizes of Phillips and slotted to torx, square (Robertson) and more. Multi-tip screwdrivers can take bits designed for powered screwdrivers for added versatility. A single tool replaces an entire box of drivers with this design.
A ratcheting screwdriver works just like a ratchet, in that you set it to apply force only when you turn one direction. This way you can loosen or tighten fasteners with a simple back-and-forth motion rather than a full twist. You save time and effort since you can use these screwdrivers one-handed and in awkward spaces. A stubby screwdriver fits into limited space. Use them when you can't remove a panel or part of a wall to get to your fastener.
Look for screwdrivers with soft-grip handles. These handles prevent strain on your hands and let you get a better grip to prevent slips. These hand tools have different setups, such as how they store their bits. Make sure that the screwdriver you purchase keeps the bits secure even when you're working upside down. Check to see which bits come with the screwdriver so you know which jobs that it can accomplish. At a minimum, get sizes 0, 1 and 2 in both slotted and Phillips heads. Square heads are useful for many deck screws.
All-in-one Screwdrivers deliver everything that an entire screwdriver set can offer. They're affordable, lightweight and durable with no moving parts to fix or replace. Add all-in-one screwdrivers to your toolbox today and work with speed and efficiency.
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