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Milwaukee Multi-Tip Screwdriver Kit: 13-in-1 Screwdriver + 11-in-1 Screwdriver

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Home Depot has Milwaukee Multi-Tip Screwdriver Kit: 13-in-1 Screwdriver + 11-in-1 Screwdriver on sale for $14.97. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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  • 13-in-1 Multi-Tip Cushion Grip Screwdriver (48-22-2880)
    • 8 unique driver bits - P1, P2, SL 3/16, SL, SQ1, SQ2, ECX1, ECX2 and 4 unique nut drivers - 5/16", 3/8", 1/2"
  • 11-in-1 Multi-Tip Screwdriver with Square Drive Bits (48-22-2761)
    • Philips #1, Philips #2, slotted 3/16", slotted 1/4", square #1, square #2, Torx #10, Torx #15, 1/4" nut driver, 5/16" nut driver, 3/8" nut driver, loop maker
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The Milwaukee 13-in-1 Cushion Grip Screwdriver features 13 unique functions, ultimately reducing the number of tools a user must carry. The 13-in-1 screwdriver includes the 8 bits and 4 nut drivers most requested by professionals. The bit prevents bit wear from hardened screws and extends bit life when fastening specialty screws found in electrical boxes, conduit couplers, outlets and other common job site fixtures. The tri-material cushion grip handle offers best-in-class durability and will not peel. Covered by Milwaukee's limited lifetime warranty.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../313470317
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MaroonPlastic401 asked this question on 10-26-2021 at 06:31 PM
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You can never have enough screwdrivers?
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i didn't realize this was a 2 pack, nvm
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This is a Deal. I purchased the 13-in-1 a few weeks ago for ~$17 by itself! I needed it for the ECX bits to do some DIY electrical receptacle work
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I always preferred ratcheting. Why would you want 'regular' vs ratcheting? The attached deal is a little more, but curious of what other users think.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../315996276
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Does this come with a little case where the bits are stored or how are they stored otherwise? I was looking for something like this, but ideally pieces stored in the handle to save on space.
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Does this come with a little case where the bits are stored or how are they stored otherwise? I was looking for something like this, but ideally pieces stored in the handle to save on space.
The bits are all in the shaft. You just flip the pieces around to get the right option.
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I always preferred ratcheting. Why would you want 'regular' vs ratcheting? The attached deal is a little more, but curious of what other users think.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../315996276
Is the tip magnetized to hold a screw?
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I've seen those, just wondering how long it last between re-magnetizing.
Depends on how much you knock it about. Long enough you don't have to worry in most cases for me. I usually demagnetize after I'm done Soni don't accidentally use it on something sensitive.
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I'll catch grief for this, but if you're simply looking for several occasional use (garage, junk drawer, glove boxes) multifunction screwdrivers, this Harbor Freight example at $2 is surprisingly solid.

https://www.harborfreight.com/han...61988.html

I normally avoid Harbor Freight, but they have been moving toward higher quality. At least check it out if you have a HF close by, before reflexively rejecting it.

Kinda like their 99 cent multipurpose scissors - we keep them in several places.
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I always preferred ratcheting. Why would you want 'regular' vs ratcheting? The attached deal is a little more, but curious of what other users think.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../315996276
I've broken more ratcheting mechanisms than I have standard though I can say for this specific tool. I suppose that's what the lifetime warranty is for.
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Good screwdrivers but afaik the bits are not replaceable, so when they're worn out you are SOL.
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If your an electrician, the screwdriver with the new electrical bits for receipts and such is your new favorite tool. Long time Klein guy but this thing is irreplacable.
The ECX bits.
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