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  • Hammerhead Circuit Sensor Li-Ion 4V Rechargeable Screwdriver /w Intergrated Battery
  • USB Charging Cable
  • 9x 1" Bits w/ Magnetic Insert Bit Holder
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This Hammerhead Circuit Sensor Li-Ion cordless screwdriver features a single speed motor that produces 230RPM max (forward and reverse). Lightweight and ergonomic design for comfortability. Includes a 3-year limited warranty - Discombobulated

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HAMMERHEAD Circuit Sensor Lithium Ion (Li-ion) Cordless Screwdriver
Item # 802884 Model # HCSD040-02

Price $11.98 (erg. $29.98). Deal expires today

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  • HAMMERHEAD circuit sensor Li-ion cordless screwdriver features non-contact technology, safely detecting live wires from up to 1-in away in outlets, switches, cords and fixtures
  • Integrated wire stripper and wire bender make this tool ideal for electricians
  • Single-speed motor produces 230-RPM max in forward and reverse, so you can tackle household chores with ease
  • Nine 1-in bits make it easy to tackle a variety of light-duty tasks
  • 4-volt, 1.3-Ah integrated Li-ion battery with USB charging port allows for convenient charging
  • Lightweight design with an ergonomic handle is easy and comfortable to use
  • 2 LED work lights allow you to keep working, even in low-light conditions
  • Includes 4-volt Li-ion rechargeable screwdriver with integrated battery, USB charging cable, nine 1-in bits and a magnetic insert bit holder
  • 3-year limited warranty gives you peace of mind
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This thing isn't horrible. Got it on a whim, use it a fair bit.

Few meh bits about it:

No on board bit storage, usually use whatever Wera bits are in my pocket. I leave the extension on, and usually the slotted bit.

Single speed, non variable, and no variable clutch. You better have some finesse or you're likely to round something off a bit.

Other than that, it totally does what the tin says it will!
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Not the lowest price, I bought this months ago for 9.99. It is very handy. I have been waiting for price drop again.
I probably will purchase another to have at work. Well worth $12
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I like mine too, especially the sensor. Good luck with the wire stripper, it requires patience and finesse.
Btw - for convenience, consider popping out a bit in the middle of the but holder and zip tying it along the length.
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Not a bad deal. Definitely a big drop, I'm in for one.
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HAMMERHEAD Circuit Sensor Lithium Ion (Li-ion) Cordless Screwdriver


i got 2 of these. theyre great for SMALL jobs. I love the electrical tester thats attached. great to have in your car as well.

HAMMERHEAD circuit sensor Li-ion cordless screwdriver features non-contact technology, safely detecting live wires from up to 1-in away in outlets, switches, cords and fixtures
Integrated wire stripper and wire bender make this tool ideal for electricians
Single-speed motor produces 230-RPM max in forward and reverse, so you can tackle household chores with ease
Nine 1-in bits make it easy to tackle a variety of light-duty tasks
4-volt, 1.3-Ah integrated Li-ion battery with USB charging port allows for convenient charging
Lightweight design with an ergonomic handle is easy and comfortable to use
2 LED work lights allow you to keep working, even in low-light conditions
Includes 4-volt Li-ion rechargeable screwdriver with integrated battery, USB charging cable, nine 1-in bits and a magnetic insert bit holder
3-year limited warranty gives you peace of mind

https://www.lowes.com/pd/HAMMERHE...1000107813
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I don't need another screwdriver or more bits or a wire stripper. I would like to have a circuit sensor. Is this a good deal for just a circuit sensor?
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I don't need another screwdriver or more bits or a wire stripper. I would like to have a circuit sensor. Is this a good deal for just a circuit sensor?
Generic non-contact voltage sensors can be bought all day long for $5-$10. With Sperry, Klein, Milwaukee, Fluke, etc. usually being $15-$25
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hmm... single speed...
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hmm... single speed...
This ain't your flexvolt Dewalt impact drill .. Look what's its meant for and then decide product worth Smilie
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This thing isn't horrible. Got it on a whim, use it a fair bit.

Few meh bits about it:

No on board bit storage, usually use whatever Wera bits are in my pocket. I leave the extension on, and usually the slotted bit.

Single speed, non variable, and no variable clutch. You better have some finesse or you're likely to round something off a bit.

Other than that, it totally does what the tin says it will!
good comments. i got one when it was $9.98.
and yes, better be able to finesse the driver when the screws are tightened down. i grasp the driver gently and let it spin in my hand when the screws are tight
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I have one of these and it works well for the purpose I use it for. It doesn't have high torque but is perfect for putting in outlets and switches. The wire stripper doesn't work that great, and the circuit tester is way too sensitive. It will alarm at over a foot away from a good current so it's hard to tell what wire is hot. It's easy to charge with the included micro USB cord, but it does not come with an actual charger. It was $10 after Christmas, down from the $25 it was listed at. Worth it for what it is, but it is not a full size drill/driver so don't expect that from it.
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I have two from last $12 deal after Xmas. Love them for small things like taking something apart, electrical stuff, or anything with long machine screws.

You're not gonna be building your wife's new dream deck with this thing. And break the screw free first manually, and tighten by hand manually when it starts jumping off the screw head.

Only thing that annoys me is no bit storage. Wife tester works good through. And haven't bothered with the wire stripler. Wire curler has come in handy once or twice through.
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Its cool, havent used as sxrewdriver since i got my dewalt gyroscopic, but used recently to confirm live power at a bad outlet. Good bang for buck
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