Makita P-90071 13-in-1 Racheting Screwdriver with Various Bits Hidden in the Handle

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Makita P-90071 13-in-1 Racheting Screwdriver with Various Bits Hidden in the Handle

Makita P-90071 13-in-1 Racheting Screwdriver with Various Bits Hidden in the Handle

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The Milwaukee is a solid little tool, and its ratcheting action is among the smoothest of the models we tested. This didn’t come as a surprise, since the Milwaukee brand is well known and has a great reputation for making quality tools. The head features a strong magnet that holds the bits in place, and the directional collar is well made and easy to switch. We used the Williams screwdriver to insert screws in a variety of wood types, and its ratcheting action remained smooth and sure—even when we used force. The directional collar switches with ease, and the shaft head features a magnet that holds bits in place. The long, thin design of this screwdriver is well suited to reaching fasteners in tight spots while exerting pressure.

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The benefit of ratcheting screwdrivers is that you can get a firm grip on their handle and apply plenty of torque repetitively without adjusting your grip. Not all screwdrivers handle torque as well as others, so try to find a robust, durable model. We appreciate how the six dual-sided bits slide into the storage slots. Some similar models hold the bits too tightly, making it hard to slide bits out. But the WorkPro 12-In-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver’s storage slots are sized well, and swapping bits on the fly is easy Grip shapes and styles vary from screwdriver to screwdriver. Some brands have one handle design that they use on all of their products, and some tradespeople have come to prefer them. Other models use tapered grips, allowing for several hand or grip positions. Scottish Highlands & Islands postcodes: AB, FK, HS, IV, KA, KW, PA, PH, ZE, LL58-LL78, IM, TR, PO30-41Every so often, you’ll need to clean your ratcheting screwdriver. Keeping tools clean is a great way to extend the life of your tools. If the screwdriver isn’t too dirty, you can simply wipe them down with stainless steel wipes. Tools that need a deeper cleaner are better suited to the use of WD-40. You should also use WD-40 on any comfort grip handles, as these handles absorb the chemicals found in other products, which can cause them to wear out prematurely. The Craftsman 15-Pc. Ratcheting Screwdriver is a popular model, and it’s hard to go wrong at the price point. But we prefer models that don’t store bits loosely in the handle, like this Craftsman ratcheting screwdriver. When you’re ready to remove or change bits, you’ll need to take a dry cloth and wipe your hands free of any sweat or oil. This way you can get a good grip on the tip of the bit. All you need to do is pull the bit straight out and you’re all set. Consider buying the Megapro Ratcheting Screwdriver if you want more bits than the Wera model above offers. The Megapro Ratcheting Screwdriver includes six bits with a tip on both ends for a total of 12 options, including Philips, slotted, square, and torx heads. The onboard bit storage is also great. Pull the end cap to extend the revolver-like bit storage.

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Lastly, most ratcheting screwdriver kits have a carrying case with bits stored in dedicated slots. This is great for keeping your bits organized, but it isn’t a one-tool solution as you get with onboard bit storage. Set vs. all-in-one An all-in-one like the Megapro model is convenient but you don’t get as many bit options as you do with a set, like the Tekton model. Credit: Nathan Hamilton

How to pick the best ratcheting screwdriver

The ratcheting screwdriver itself offers a good combination of versatility and convenience. The shaft is comparatively short, making it good for tight spaces. But you also get an extension shaft in the box to extend the length to a more familiar size. When shopping for the best ratcheting screwdriver, you may need to choose between a kit and a single screwdriver. But sets aren’t as portable and typically require some tool set up before use since the screwdriver typically can’t be stored in the case with a bit inserted.

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The Wera Kraftofrm Kompakt 27RA has some of the best functionality, build quality and ergonomics of the tested models. Bit storage is a nice feature that improves convenience and portability while reducing the risk of losing bits. You can buy an all-in-one ratcheting screwdriver or a set with various bits and shafts and a screwdriver. The latter will typically include a carrying case with dedicated slots for each add-on.We found the Megapro well suited for use by those with large hands. Its handle features rubber inserts and is comfortable to grip, but it might be a little large for someone with smaller hands. The end cap slides out for easy bit retrieval, and the double-ended bits make it handy to find the right bit without needing to carry extra bits around. The directional collar is easy to switch, and the ratcheting action is smooth. Ratcheting screwdrivers have different handle curvatures and materials on the grip, making some models grippier and easier to apply more torque. Most ratcheting screwdrivers come with swappable bits in common head types, including Philips, slotted, square, and torx. It’s best to have as many bits as possible so you have the right tool for the job and avoid stripping screw heads. Bit storage The Wera, Megapro, and Workpro models all have convenient onboard bit storage. Credit: Nathan Hamilton A single screwdriver is a far more streamlined tool than a ratcheting screwdriver kit. The bits all fit inside or on the handle, allowing you to keep everything with you. The issue is that you simply won’t get as many bits as you would with a kit. Also, when storing all of those bits on board, single ratcheting screwdrivers tend to be heavier. Ratcheting Mechanism

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