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6-Piece Milwaukee Screwdriver Set

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Home Depot has 6-Piece Milwaukee Screwdriver Set (48-22-2706) on sale for $14.97. Shipping is free. Thanks markusjslick

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  • 1 x Phillips #1 x 3"
  • 1 x Phillips #2 x 4"
  • 1 x Phillips #2 x 6"
  • 1 x Slotted 1/4" x 4"
  • 1 x Slotted 3/16" x 6"
  • 1 x Slotted 5/16" x 6"
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Saw this price in store and got one. Free shipping at time of posting from Home Depot website.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../302174847
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#31
For $10 more you could get a the Teton 6 piece set, made in the USA

https://www.tekton.com/phillips-s...count=6-pc

https://toolguyd.com/tekton-usa-screwdrivers/
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Williams are rebranded last gen Snap On drivers. They are fantastic for the money and are made in the U.S.A. as well. Enjoy friends.
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Quote from Cresend01
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For $10 more you could get a the Teton 6 piece set, made in the USA

https://www.tekton.com/phillips-s...count=6-pc

https://toolguyd.com/tekton-usa-screwdrivers/
Tekton always makes nice stuff. Unfortunately those have round shafts. If you ever have a stuck fastener it is nice to have a hex shaft so you can use a wrench for more torque. Hex shaft is one of the reasons I picked these Milwaukees up.
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In for one... Will replace my worn out Stanley's.
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vs. Wera or Klein?
I still have my former favorite two sets of old Husky Pro screwdrivers that were made in the US. They still don't compare to Wera (I don't have Klein). The good screwdrivers and Wera's diamondtip bite into the screw and maintains the grip much better. That is my limited experience when using them for rental property repairs.
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Williams are rebranded last gen Snap On drivers. They are fantastic for the money and are made in the U.S.A. as well. Enjoy friends.
Best place to get these?
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Damn, I just paid $21.00 last weekend on these, they are solid screwdrivers with a decent magnet.
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Wera is going to be leaps and bounds better than most box store stuff including Milwaukee and Husky.

That said, you are going to pay 3x as much for them.

For the average user, the regular stuff will do just fine. My rule of thumb, buy cheap the first time and if you use it enough to wear it our/break it, go ahead and upgrade to higher end stuff.
Please keep your comments to yourself. Thanks to your loose lips I discovered the world of Wera and will have to go broke replacing everything with these guys...thanks a lot Smilie
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In for one... Will replace my worn out Stanley's.
Are you me? Thinking the exact same thing
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I'm sure these screwdrivers are fine, but I can't help but feel like they're not anything special and just marked up with the Milwaukee name. Power tools, no doubt the name means something, but for regular hand tools, I bet these are the same as any mid priced screwdriver.
Blasphemy! You need to remember where you are here. That name is all-important! Plus, these are *brushless*!
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This is a good set, I got it a while back and it's my go to set (and I have quite a few sets of screwdrivers).
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I bought these. They're OK. Not worth 15. I think they are garbage compared to the Wera stuff I usually use. They remind me of when I pick up my nephew's plastic play-tools. Still highly functional for jabbing and prying. Not great for screwing.
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