Slotted-head screwdrivers fit a variety of different craft niches. Their slim, simple design lets them function as Phillips-head screwdrivers for exceptional versatility. Because slotted screws aren't closed off on the sides they don't automatically center, which means they require greater care than other screwdrivers.
Most slotted models are keystone-tip screwdrivers. Keystone drivers widen out before the tip for greater durability and strength. Perfectly straight slotted-head drivers are called cabinet-tip screwdrivers, and they are ideal to reach narrow, recessed spaces where a keystone would be too wide.
You can purchase screwdriver sets to get a wide variety of sizes in a single box. These are useful if you need to work on multiple applications, like some switch panels, vintage pieces and more. A precision slotted screwdriver is useful for things like antique jewelry and watches. They usually come in small-sized sets for added value. You can purchase a single miniature screwdriver if your projects only call for one specific size of slotted screws.
There are a few features that make your job easier or safer. If you need your tools at hand quickly, a pocket-clip screwdriver attaches right to your shirt pocket. It stays there regardless of your position, so you don't have to worry about dropping them. Soft grips allow you to work with minimal repetitive strain from longer tasks. Insulated screwdrivers are safe for electrical work. If you need more than just slotted or Phillips screws, consider all-in-one screwdrivers that combine them with Torx, tamper-proof and other uncommon bit heads.
Slotted-head screwdrivers are versatile hand tools. You can use them to drive multiple types of screws, and they don't require batteries or outside power sources. Take the time to search through the various features of our selection of screwdrivers, and grab the slotted-head drivers that you need today.
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