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Promoted 08-19-2016 by GoodDay at 07:15 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has Craftsman 6-in-1 LED Screwdriver on sale for $8.99 with free store pick-up. Thanks Zanthexter

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Good price on this highly rated Craftsman LED Screwdriver with 4.5/5 stars based on 70 Sears reviews.

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Edited August 19, 2016 at 08:53 AM by annie930ny
$8.99 Hot Buy at Sears, regularly $14.99.

When I ordered only ship-to-store (arriving on Monday) was available. But it was available to all stores in my area.

Points can be used, but it's a Hot Buy, so no coupons.

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The 6-in-1 Aluminum Handle Lighted LED Screwdriver [sears.com] Includes 2 Phillips and 2 Slotted Blades

When you don't want to bother carrying your whole tool chest, the Craftsman 6-in-1 Screwdriver may be the answer. Just stick it in your pocket and off you go. The handy lighted screwdriver comes with 2 steel bits, each containing a slotted and a Phillips steel tip (4 tips in all). The bits fit firmly into the shank and the shank snaps firmly into the handle giving this Craftsman tool a totally firm feel.

The 6-in-1 Screwdriver's stubby aluminum handle is a comfortable 4.5 inches and with molded grip panels is easy to grip. You won't drop this baby no matter how hard you need to twist it. At 7.5 oz. the 6-in-1 has plenty of heft and feels good in the hand. Turn the bit one way and you have a slotted screwdriver. Turn it the other way and it's a Phillips screwdriver. Like all Craftsman tools, the 6-in-1 comes with a lifetime warranty.
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For anyone wondering: 6-in-1 = 2 phillips sizes, 2 flat sizes, 2 nut drivers (the shaft ends where the bits fit)

This is my favorite screwdriver. The button to turn the light on/off has been reliable. It takes regular old AA batteries, not the expensive "coin" style ones. The light is comparable to a bright penlight. It's really handy working poorly lit or even dark spaces.

The only negatives I've found are that you can't pound on the end (don't want to damage the button) and that the end cap unscrews (reasonably) easily, and sometimes starts coming loose if my palm gives it a twist.

I'm serious about it being my favorite. I like it enough that I have one in each vehicle and a few in handy locations around the house and office. (They're like pens, and tend to wander.)

Just bought 4 more as Christmas gifts. Smilie

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For anyone wondering: 6-in-1 = 2 phillips sizes, 2 flat sizes, 2 nut drivers (the shaft ends where the bits fit)

This is my favorite screwdriver. The button to turn the light on/off has been reliable. It takes regular old AA batteries, not the expensive "coin" style ones. The light is comparable to a bright penlight. It's really handy working poorly lit or even dark spaces.

The only negatives I've found are that you can't pound on the end (don't want to damage the button) and that the end cap unscrews (reasonably) easily, and sometimes starts coming loose if my palm gives it a twist.

I'm serious about it being my favorite. I like it enough that I have one in each vehicle and a few in handy locations around the house and office. (They're like pens, and tend to wander.)

Just bought 4 more as Christmas gifts. Smilie
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I'm so glad that I no longer will have to carry around my tool chest anymore and I can honestly say "yes, that is a screwdriver in my pocket, and no, I'm not happy to see you"!
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I'm so glad that I no longer will have to carry around my tool chest anymore and I can honestly say "yes, that is a screwdriver in my pocket, and no, I'm not happy to see you"!
Glad to see that you're all set to handle some heaving duty screwing and nut twisting.

Shoot, with the fancy LED lighting you're well prepared for just about any dimly lit activity!
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Thanks. This just might become my favorite screwdriver. Bought one to test. Should be great working around computers.
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Thanks. This just might become my favorite screwdriver. Bought one to test. Should be great working around computers.
Unfortunately the nut drivers are too large for stand offs. But otherwise, its great. Sturdy enough to handle rack screws (that don't require a power tool) too. The smaller tip can even manage most laptop screws. LEDs are handy if you're under a desk undoing/redoing cables.

I can manage a surprising number of service calls with this, snips, and a small adjustable wrench.

I feel kinda like an idiot enthusing over a screwdriver, but it's the only one I've come across that's held up well and does the "6 in 1" style with LEDs. I prefer the 6-in-1 over a bunch of bits because it's quick to change bits, and I don't use anything other than the two phillips/flat sizes regularly anyway. If I need one of the oddball ones, I can grab the tool bag from the truck. I've owned several that lit up, but the buttons always died. These have held up.

The thing doesn't have a halo, but for $9, it's better than what you'd normally expect.
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Unfortunately the nut drivers are too large for stand offs. But otherwise, its great. Sturdy enough to handle rack screws (that don't require a power tool) too. The smaller tip can even manage most laptop screws. LEDs are handy if you're under a desk undoing/redoing cables.

I can manage a surprising number of service calls with this, snips, and a small adjustable wrench.

I feel kinda like an idiot enthusing over a screwdriver, but it's the only one I've come across that's held up well and does the "6 in 1" style with LEDs. I prefer the 6-in-1 over a bunch of bits because it's quick to change bits, and I don't use anything other than the two phillips/flat sizes regularly anyway. If I need one of the oddball ones, I can grab the tool bag from the truck. I've owned several that lit up, but the buttons always died. These have held up.

The thing doesn't have a halo, but for $9, it's better than what you'd normally expect.
I have been under the desk working on computers enough that a flashlight/screwdriver combo is something I just have to try right away. It would save the hassle of needing to get out again just to grab a flashlight or my trusty Makita portable light. Then there are times when I have a brain fart and leave my flashlights at the previous client's place. Having a combination flashlight/screwdriver, if it works out, would be a quality of life improvement for me.
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I have been under the desk working on computers enough that a flashlight/screwdriver combo is something I just have to try right away. It would save the hassle of needing to get out again just to grab a flashlight or my trusty Makita portable light. Then there are times when I have a brain fart and leave my flashlights at the previous client's place. Having a combination flashlight/screwdriver, if it works out, would be a quality of life improvement for me.
And added bonus is less weight and bulk to lug up to someone's office.
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Thanks OP picked up a couple of these With surprise points and the $5 bonus points. Well made (even though it's made in China) and the light is super bright with the included three AAA batteries, which I will replace with rechargables. Very nice LED screwdrivers!

I also picked it the 13-in-1 LED ratcheting screwdriver [sears.com] that is on sale for $11.99. It's a standard 1/4" bit drive driver which is a plus, but it's not as well made. The driver stem is loose and has too much play from the ratcheting mechanism and the light is not as bright as on the 6-in-1.
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FWIW - same thing minus the light is $1 at HF or free with any additional purchase (hfqpdb.com)
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FWIW - same thing minus the light is $1 at HF or free with any additional purchase (hfqpdb.com)
The whole point of this deal is the screwdriver with the light. Can't you see that? We're even willingly paying a premium for a made in China screwdriver. Everybody knows where to get screwdrivers for cheap. They are everywhere.
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The whole point of this deal is the screwdriver with the light. Can't you see that? We're even willingly paying a premium for a made in China screwdriver. Everybody knows where to get screwdrivers for cheap. They are everywhere.
Maybe if my screwdriver had a light on it I could see... I generally work in well lit areas and don't require any additional light emanating from my hand tools. If I do need more light, I have those too.
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I'd rather screw in the dark
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I'd rather screw in the dark
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