Klein Tools Multi-Bit Screwdriver & Nut Driver Set

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Home Depot has Klein Tools Multi-Bit Screwdriver & Nut Driver Set (85514) for $19.88. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+.

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I saw a bunch of these while doing some shopping. You'll likely find it in the electrical tools section in the electrical dept. Though it's not on sale, I actually think this is a much better deal than any of the BF deals on screwdrivers. It's a nice set that includes the 10-in-1 multi -bit screwdriver, along with the stubby multi-bit and 4-in-1 electronics screwdriver. Still a great value imo

Note: There is a slightly different set that has nut driver on sale, but I like the set with the stubby a lot more https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../313837864

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  • About this product:
    • Includes 3 screwdriver/nut drivers
    • 4-in-1 electronics screwdriver (cat number 32581) includes non-magnetic four different non-magnetic tips in 1-tool, includes #0 and #00 Phillips plus 1/8 in. (3.2 mm) and 3/32 in. (2.4 mm) slotted tips
    • 10-in-1 heavy-duty multi-bit screwdriver/nut driver (cat number 32557) features heavy-duty Phillips, slotted, square and Hex bits with 3 nut driver sizes
    • Standard 1-1/4 in. shaft of the compact, stubby multi-bit screwdriver/nut driver (cat number 32561) holds 4 universal tips and converts to 2 nut drivers
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So now we are bitching when someone posts a deal you don't like? As OP said, regular price of those are better than the Black Friday items on sale
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As a plus, cheaper than buying the replacement proprietary Klein bits ----you throw the tool away and buy a new one with bits. For that, a thumbs up, but it now appears to be the normal price at HD.

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Assembled in Taiwan Klein, but better than direct from China like most of their electronics, Klein continues to disappoint many. But, if these were made in the USA as what Klein built their name on, the price would probably be double.

Just like this style that my Grandfather used, I am slow to change and would rather support quality German manufacturing over presumed junk from China. Surely China can manufacture quality something. Personally, I like ratcheting screwdrivers and especially for a stubby that is typically used in tight places. And since these are non-insulated 'for electrical work' and made in Asia, the Stanley brand [homedepot.com] is fine. For the most part, it is the bit that counts and for those, made in USA Apex has been the best you can find.... and cheaper than Klein.
I think this is a worthy post. While it's not slick, I think this is good value. I bought the set a few weeks ago and they become my new go-to pieces. They feel great and I think think they will last a long time.

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As a plus, cheaper than buying the replacement proprietary Klein bits ----you throw the tool away and buy a new one with bits. For that, a thumbs up, but it now appears to be the normal price at HD.

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Assembled in Taiwan Klein, but better than direct from China like most of their electronics, Klein continues to disappoint many. But, if these were made in the USA as what Klein built their name on, the price would probably be double.

Just like this style that my Grandfather used, I am slow to change and would rather support quality German manufacturing over presumed junk from China. Surely China can manufacture quality something. Personally, I like ratcheting screwdrivers and especially for a stubby that is typically used in tight places. And since these are non-insulated 'for electrical work' and made in Asia, the Stanley brand [homedepot.com] is fine. For the most part, it is the bit that counts and for those, made in USA Apex has been the best you can find.... and cheaper than Klein.
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So now we are posting "deals" when it's the everyday price?
Sort of. Checking around, HD seems to have the normal best price if this is what you want/need. It is kind of like Menards has some of the best prices on certain Knipex models before their sales.
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The 10-in-1 multi-bit screwdriver goes on sale for about $15 from time to time. So the way I look at it, you're getting the stubby and small electronics screwdriver for $5.
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So now we are posting "deals" when it's the everyday price?
Is this everyday price? Unless I'm missing something, HD doesn't list the manufacturer part numbers of the kits for me to search elsewhere.
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Is this everyday price? Unless I'm missing something, HD doesn't list the manufacturer part numbers of the kits for me to search elsewhere.
This is a package deal. Buying individually would cost $35.

10-in-1: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../100630687
Stubby: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../202970522
Precision: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../207210483

Great deal if you need all three.​
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So now we are posting "deals" when it's the everyday price?
So now we are bitching when someone posts a deal you don't like? As OP said, regular price of those are better than the Black Friday items on sale
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This is a package deal. Buying individually would cost $35.

10-in-1: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../100630687 [homedepot.com]
Stubby: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../202970522 [homedepot.com]
Precision: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../207210483 [homedepot.com]

Great deal if you need all three.​
Thanks, but I understand you can buy them individually. The guy I responded to claims this is the normal price of the kit so I'm trying to find out if he's right.
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If you need a cheap Christmas present for someone that is handy, they would love this set as a gift. These are quality tools and it makes it look like you know quality tools when you see them.
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I think this is a worthy post. While it's not slick, I think this is good value. I bought the set a few weeks ago and they become my new go-to pieces. They feel great and I think think they will last a long time.
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Thanks, but I understand you can buy them individually. The guy I responded to claims this is the normal price of the kit so I'm trying to find out if he's right.
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It does not show 'Special Buy' or list a discount from retail, so I kind of have to agree with the OP description and that poster until proven differently. But, at this price, they are cheaper than buying the proprietary replacement bits that are the real back end profits.
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It does not show 'Special Buy' or list a discount from retail, so I kind of have to agree with the OP description and that poster until proven differently. But, at this price, they are cheaper than buying the proprietary replacement bits that are the real back end profits.
They're not exactly proprietary bits. Just get a ball detent double ended hex bit of the correct size and it will work in these as well as most of the other brands of flip the shaft style multi drivers.

I have a bunch of generic ones that I think I got from Menards or somewhere like that.
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They're not exactly proprietary bits. Just get a ball detent double ended hex bit of the correct size and it will work in these as well as most of the other brands of flip the shaft style multi drivers.

I have a bunch of generic ones that I think I got from Menards or somewhere like that.
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Well, maybe, but that would be akin to saying generic bits are just as good as the high priced Klein. And I would probably agree. Smilie

Actually, I think the generic ones are a touch different in length and do not stack well with the Klein.
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