An electronic screwdriver with a variety of non-metal attachments A combination of Phillips and 1/8-inch magnet tips in one tool, including #0 and #00 A third of an inch Two millimeters) and 3/32-inch Two inches
With a rotating cap, you can control the light with maximum precision
There is corrosion in the air Double-ringed chrome plated barrel that is resistant to wear and tear Ends of bits that are greater than ANSI requirements
A cushion should be provided When working on small equipment, it is very comfortable to hold the handle
For greater strength, the tip has been heat-treated and precision ground
Questions & Answers
The place where this product is ?
You raise an excellent point! The American Engineered and Manufactured Company Designed to meet their high standards The quality standard in Taiwan is very high. The company's factories are located all over the world as well as they sell into many markets. The 4-tier system consists of the following Here's one electronic screwdriver you won't be disappointed with. Klein's quality control is the best. Our inventory includes them.
Is there a point down the middle that will not fit in a terminal block? Other multi-bits had an issue where the point was unevenly spaced. ?
In my work with computerized trains, I deal with a lot of problems. The terminal blocks have deep, narrow openings, and I know how difficult it can be to find a good size to fit in them. This will be extremely helpful if you need to "release" a wire. Sadly, I doubt you'll find a multi-indicator jack You'll need a bit with a reach you can reach. The Klein 612-X is what I found I found the flat tip 4 to be the right size for what I needed. There is no width between the tip and the shaft for the entire length of the shaft, which is about 4" long.
Are eyeglasses compatible with this?
It may not be small enough to fit many glasses, but for some it might work.
Considering the ad states electronics screwdriver, it is worth noting that insulation is needed. But that doesn't seem to be the case. Could you advise?
The terms electronic and electrical cannot be used interchangeably. Electricity is usually very low voltage in electronics. You need special tools if you are dealing with high voltage electrical applications. In the case of electronic devices, this is fine.
Selected User Reviews For Klein Tools 32581 Precision Screwdriver Set, 4-in-1 Electronics Screwdriver with Industrial Strength Phillips and Slotted Bits
The idea is great, but the execution is poor
The little screwdriver is very handy. One of the biggest issues that makes it an average review is how easy it is for the bits to fall out. It took me a bit to get used to it on my second day of This is something you should keep in mind. As long as they do not fix this design flaw, it would probably be best to buy dedicated precision drivers. I'm sad to see Klein go away because its tools are excellent.
| Feb 09, 2021
Using a tipless screwdriver is not the same as using The first thing I would like to say is that I am a huge fan of Klein tools and use them every day
Taking on jobs in the Industrial Automation/Electrical field can be a challenge and requires the proper set of tools to do so. I doubt that you will find another tool that matches or comes even close to Klein's quality. Therefore, I really appreciate Klein's products. Perhaps I can even say that I am a fan of yours- The boy is. Still, I'm going to give this one a 4. I reviewed one rotating spin cap top screwdriver and I gave it a three star rating because it was It appears that the bits on the tool are of industrial strength as advertised, as they are of good quality. While the tips are not sturdy and fall out easily, they do not stay in the right place. I lost the larger of the two tips included in this tool just as soon as I began carrying it, and I lost the other within a week. If it is caused by the screwdriver's exterior shaft dimensions being off, or the snap ball/spring on the tip itself being poorly designed, or a combination of the two, I am not certain. Though I never thought that tips for such a small screwdriver would be considered consumable or replaceable, I had to consider it. Here are some of the pros If you want your tool pouch or bag to carry less weight, lighten the load. The shaft, body, handle, and spin top of the screwdriver are of high quality. This device is comfortable to hold and easy to use. The cons are as follows Oftentimes screwdriver tips don't stay in place, fall out, and are easily lost.
Advice Stay away from screwdriver tips and stick to basic screwdriver sets. There will be more to carry, but the chances of losing them are much lower than if you were to carry fewer.
| Jul 02, 2021
The product is trash, and it isn't worth your Originally there were no tips in the package
I tried using it, was 10 feet above the ground on a ladder, and when I reached for a tip, it fell out. Then I threw the rest of it out, climbed down, got my 15+ year old craftsman out of my bag, and finished the I spoke to klein customer service and I got my money refunded, but as a 25 year union electrician I expect better from Klein because just about every other tool I own is a Klein.
| May 02, 2021
You have to be careful with the loose bit, but everything works fine
I am not just buying this screwdriver to get it, but I do like the design. The great thing about it is that I use it every day at work. In terms of the tool, my main concern is that the bid does not stay in place well and could easily fall out. Magnets do not seem to work very well or do not snap in to place. The tools do not have that same flaw, so I don't know if it is just how they are built or if it is No matter what, I'm a pretty crafty person and can accomplish anything I put my mind to. The look of this thing is cool, so I bought it.
| Mar 18, 2021
I bought bits on sale
When I used it the first time, the small flathead bit broke Controllers for robotic systems broke on a small wire terminal when I was working on them. This does not satisfy me in the slightest.
There are bits falling out all the time
Definitely not my cup of tea. There are bits falling out all the time. Because of one of the bits falling out during use and I lost it, I don't use it much.
| Jul 18, 2021
Definitely one of the best pocket screwdrivers on the market
You probably already have a lot of junk in your pockets, like I do. I had keys, a cellphone, a wallet, a USB flash drive, a pen, and a pocket knife, yet more keys - Any topic is fair game. As a result, I'm always trying to find a balance between having the tools I need and not being able to get up from my chair due to In my experience, I find that I use a knife and a screwdriver the most. My knife already comes with a pocket clip, so for a while I carried a Swiss Army knife by Victorinox as a sort of dandy when I go out without it This tool does it all. The solution worked - In a way It was fine for removing recessed screws and actuating pneumatic valves, but I found myself constantly taking it off and leaving it somewhere. I tried a belt pouch with just a few tools, but I constantly had to take it off and leave it somewhere. There was even a Maxpedition that I tried Organizer copied from another pocket, but it must have been for pockets larger than mine, since it could not be fit in any of mine. Having to drag that thing around wasn't an option for me, as I wanted my hands free. The two things I really needed were a slim 2- " You will need one Because I have a big love for SK's tools, I wanted to purchase one, but the price almost doubled overnight (from $8ish to $14 at the time I was considering it). I was attracted to the Klein because the price is not outrageous for SK, but it is not in the same league. Klein tools have been in my toolkit for years, so I decided to purchase the new one. As a woman and a screwdriver user, I'm surprised to see how convenient it is to carry a small screwdriver all day in my hip pocket. If I sit or squat down, it doesn't stab me in the leg as it does when I stand. I use it more than I expected. Despite the lack of information on its longevity, I have Klein screwdrivers from the 1970s that are still in good shape, and they did not always have it easy. I think a smaller screwdriver like this will keep going for a while as long as I frequent it.
| Mar 04, 2021
The best screwdriver you will ever own
There are so many negative reviews that I'm at a loss. Inversion can result in the shaft falling out, according to one person. The stubby, the 11 in 1 and the 14 in 1 are all in good working order and I have experienced no problem with them whatsoever. closest problem is that a tight-fitting screw can grab a bit of the shaft and pull it out. It is a minor issue and expected. Other people's concerns have to do with the fact they don't adhere to standard bit drivers. It is obvious that people do not understand what goes into the engineering. By using double-ended bits, you will not just be able to drive more types of screws, but by using the socket that the bit fits into, you will also be able to drive nuts. A different size bit can be used in each socket to make a different size It would be impossible to make a nut driver available in every size if they used standard bits. There is no need for you to skimp out on quality tools.
| Jan 12, 2021