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Klein Tools 6-in-1 Multi-Bit Screwdriver Stubby Nut Driver EXPIRED

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Amazon has Klein Tools 6-in-1 Multi-Bit Screwdriver Stubby Nut Driver (32561) for $8.38 -> $8.13 > now $7.66. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • Multi-bit stubby screwdriver / nut driver with compact interchangeable shaft holds 4 universal tips and converts to 2 nut driver sizes
  • Iuncludes: non-magnetic nut driver sizes 1/4-Inch (6 mm) and 5/16-Inch (8 mm) and Screwdriver sizes #1 and #2 Phillips, 3/16-Inch (5 mm) and 1/4-Inch (6 mm) slotted
  • Compact design features standard 1-1/4-Inch (32 mm) shaft allowing easy access to tight work spaces
  • Cushion-Grip handle provide greater torque and comfort

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Multi-bit stubby screwdriver / nut driver with compact interchangeable shaft holds 4 universal tips and converts to 2 nut driver sizes
INCLUDES: non-magnetic nut driver sizes 1/4-Inch (6 mm) and 5/16-Inch (8 mm) and Screwdriver sizes #1 and #2 Phillips, 3/16-Inch (5 mm) and 1/4-Inch (6 mm) slotted
Compact design features standard 1-1/4-Inch (32 mm) shaft allowing easy access to tight work spaces
Cushion-Grip handle provide greater torque and comfort
U.S. Patent No. D684,836

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Sometimes shorter shaft is what gets job done👍🏻. Got long one from ACE (looks identical to Klein one) and so far haven't had issues to complain about but in some cases the clearances are tight and this should take care of it.
$6.99
IRWIN Screwdriver, 7-Piece Bits (4935586) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B003WEJHK0

Ratcheting $11.70
Pro-Grade Tools 35039CD- XL Driver Stubby Ratcheting Driver in Counter Display https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00FAT3D0A/
For those near a Harbor Freight, their ratcheting stubby looks promising at almost half the price of the Klein version:
https://www.harborfreight.com/6-i...56673.html

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Sometimes shorter shaft is what gets job done👍🏻. Got long one from ACE (looks identical to Klein one) and so far haven't had issues to complain about but in some cases the clearances are tight and this should take care of it.
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Thanks OP!
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Ahhhgh. I got super excited till I noticed it isn't the ratcheting one.

I wish someone would come out with an adapter to use on non-ratcheting Screwdrivers, I have a Best Way 52-in-1 screwdriver I absolutely love to death, I just wish it ratcheted.
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Stubby nut driver( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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Way too many reviews/answers say it is made in China... Made in USA has typically been stamped on the lower rubber part. The FTC just changed their rules for claiming 'manufactured in the USA' that is going to see a lot of advertisements being modified.

Meanwhile, after using ratcheting type with left, right and locked, I doubt if I ever purchase another straight screwdriver. In tight spots, the ratcheting makes life so much easier.
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$10 at HD
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$6.99
IRWIN Screwdriver, 7-Piece Bits (4935586) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B003WEJHK0

Ratcheting $11.70
Pro-Grade Tools 35039CD- XL Driver Stubby Ratcheting Driver in Counter Display https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00FAT3D0A/
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Quote from ToolDeals :
Way too many reviews/answers say it is made in China... Made in USA has typically been stamped on the lower rubber part. The FTC just changed their rules for claiming 'manufactured in the USA' that is going to see a lot of advertisements being modified.

Meanwhile, after using ratcheting type with left, right and locked, I doubt if I ever purchase another straight screwdriver. In tight spots, the ratcheting makes life so much easier.
Any recommendations for a regular sized ratcheting multi-bit screwdriver? Klein has one but the reviews aren't as good as their non-ratcheting multi-bit screwdriver.
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Quote from AlexS2465 :
Sometimes shorter shaft is what gets job done👍🏻. Got long one from ACE (looks identical to Klein one) and so far haven't had issues to complain about but in some cases the clearances are tight and this should take care of it.
Be careful. There's a mod that keeps giving me warnings for saying the same thing 😂
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In for one, TU & repped… for whatever reason I can't get into ratcheting drivers lol Tough habit to break I guess.
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Is this like the other Klein screw drivers that can't use the standard bits that other screw drivers use? (ie: Does this Klein use proprietary bits?)
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Set off deal alert for stubby nut.... not what I was looking for but yeaaaaaa
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$10 at HD
Paid $3.90 for the regular Irwin stubby screwdriver on Amazon awhile back. It is great. Went up $3.09 it looks like.
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