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EKLIND 92506 3/32 Inch Ball-Hex (allen) PSD Precision Screwdriver - $1.21 at Amazon

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Amazon [amazon.com]EKLIND 92506 3/32 Inch Ball-Hex (allen) PSD Precision Screwdriver for $1.21 FS with Prime
  • Metric 3mm
  • Bad reviews (on 2 ratings) so YMMV on quality

Also $2.70 [amazon.com] Eklind 1/16" Precision Screwdriver
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MADE IN AMERICA- High quality, Industrial Grade Professional Tools made in the U.S.A.
Shaft Length=2.5in, Handle Length=4.1in
EKLIND hex keys (allen wrenches) are used to drive internal hexagon socket (allen head) fasteners
OPTIMUM STRENGTH- These EKLIND tools are made with EKLIND Alloy Steel that is heat treated, quenched and tempered for optimum strength, torque and ductility for safety and coated with a rust resistant finish
FAST AND EFFICIENT- The EKLIND Ball-Hex keys work at up to a 30 degree angle for access to hard to reach socket-headed fasteners
EKLIND PSD- Precision Screwdrivers have precision machined tips, larger handles with a soft overmold for comfort and ergonomics and a large spinner cap for precise control with the size molded into the cap
IDENTIFY YOUR TOOLS- Inch sizes are color coded in red so you can reach for the correct tool quickly
MEETS OR EXCEEDS ALL APPLICABLE STANDARDS- EKLIND tools meet or go beyond the standard regulations set forth in ANSI, ASME, RoHS, REACH, CA Prop 65 and Dodd-Frank Conflict Minerals Legislation
http://www.amazon.com/EKLIND-9250...071V7X6SH/
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After I tried few of the Wiha screwdrivers that's the only brand I would get for regular use and rest of the brands will be tested by my negligence to be thrown out as soon as they break. Some things are better to be done with best quality tools unless you like to be frustrated and angry with setback and stripped heads.
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After I tried few of the Wiha screwdrivers that's the only brand I would get for regular use and rest of the brands will be tested by my negligence to be thrown out as soon as they break. Some things are better to be done with best quality tools unless you like to be frustrated and angry with setback and stripped heads.
C'mon. Wiha is good. But so are many other common brands. Just don't buy bottom of the line or harbor freight and you will be fine. I've got craftsman screwdrivers that have suffered through my abuse with none worse for the wear.
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C'mon. Wiha is good. But so are many other common brands. Just don't buy bottom of the line or harbor freight and you will be fine. I've got craftsman screwdrivers that have suffered through my abuse with none worse for the wear.
Craftsman used to be good but not sure if now I would say the same. Just last week I tried small slotted screwdriver from their professional line I think its called and with just one twist on very rusted screw half of the tip was broken off in such way that makes me think they're not even tempered at all. There are others and it will depend on size of screwdriver as well but precision small ones are tougher to find that don't strip or break easily.
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