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SKIL 4V Rechargeable Cordless Circuit Sensor Screwdriver EXPIRED

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Lowe's has SKIL 4-Volt 1/4" Rechargeable Cordless Circuit Sensor Screwdriver (SD561201) on sale for $18.49 (reflected in cart). Choose free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+.

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Features:
  • Patented technology safely detects electrical current in outlets, switches, and fixtures up to 1-inch away
  • Change to forward or reverse with a turn of the collar
  • A rechargeable lithium ion battery keeps this tool charged over an extended period of time
  • Power up your cordless screwdriver anywhere with the micro USB charging cable
  • The LED work light makes it easy to see when working in dimly lit areas
  • Includes:
    • 4-volt screwdriver
    • USB cable
    • 8x 1" bits
    • 1x 3/32" drill bit
    • 1x 3" magnetic bit holder

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Lowes [lowes.com] has SKIL 4V Rechargeable Cordless Circuit Sensor Screwdriver (SD561201) on sale for $18.49. Choose free store pickup where stock permits.

Note: Availability for free store pickup may vary by location.

Features:
  • Patented technology safely detects electrical current in outlets, switches, and fixtures up to 1-inch away
  • Change to forward or reverse with a turn of the collar
  • A rechargeable lithium ion battery keeps this tool charged over an extended period of time
  • Power up your cordless screwdriver anywhere with the micro USB charging cable
  • The LED work light makes it easy to see when working in dimly lit areas
  • Includes:
    • 4-volt screwdriver
    • USB cable
    • 8x 1" bits
    • 1x 3/32" drill bit
    • 1x 3" magnetic bit holder
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Looks the exact copy that the Koblt one from lowes. Bought it for $10 back in 2016, love that thing. Inflation sucked.

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Looks the exact copy that the Koblt one from lowes. Bought it for $10 back in 2016, love that thing. Inflation sucked.
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Looks good but is there one that you can store bits in the unit? I have too many bits, at least if we could attach 4 most commonly used bits, plus the one already on, that would be most useful. This is pretty good in a way it has current sensor, but never rely on these always make sure you double check circuit breaker is off.
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Looks similar to the Hammerhead brand driver that was on here a few years ago. They currently sell on eBay for around $75!

If it's anything like the Hammerhead one, it's definitely worth the price!
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Looks good for rc cars
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Reviews of battery powered screwdrivers
https://youtu.be/ealubZGT8ec
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Here's this same deal that got a lot of comments. Read past the first page before deciding.
https://slickdeals.net/e/14989910-skil-4-volt-usb-rechargeable-1-4-in-cordless-screwdriver-with-electrical-detection-17-98-free-ship-to-store-lowe-s

Here's a YouTube review of this item by Project Farm:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ealubZGT8ec
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Quote from OZMODZ :
Looks similar to the Hammerhead brand driver that was on here a few years ago. They currently sell on eBay for around $75!

If it's anything like the Hammerhead one, it's definitely worth the price!
It's made by the same company. I bought one at HD on clearance two years ago and returned it once I saw MFG was same. I've had several of the HammerHead ones die on me, usually due to the twice switch going bad/sticking. I recharged one and went to unplug it the following day and it was super hot to the touch, although fully charged, so now I'm kind of scared to recharge. Crazy that they're going for that much on eBay.
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Quote from Hrshycro :
It's made by the same company. I bought one at HD on clearance two years ago and returned it once I saw MFG was same. I've had several of the HammerHead ones die on me, usually due to the twice switch going bad/sticking. I recharged one and went to unplug it the following day and it was super hot to the touch, although fully charged, so now I'm kind of scared to recharge. Crazy that they're going for that much on eBay.
I've had good luck with the ones I purchased. I ended up buying a bunch of them for family members, they were $3 on clearance!

That's why the look familiar, good to know. Thanks!

Here's the link to the Hammerhead 4v….

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/12012163
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I have this screw driver. I like it for light duty work. That being said it does not work well on wood screws or any kind of screw that does not spin easily.
I also have the CRAFTSMAN 4V MAX Cordless Screwdriver, (CMCF604) This driver has plenty of torque, it is even more powerful than my Dewalt 8 volt screw driver.
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Quote from OZMODZ :
I've had good luck with the ones I purchased. I ended up buying a bunch of them for family members, they were $3 on clearance!

That's why the look familiar, good to know. Thanks!

Here's the link to the Hammerhead 4v….

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/12012163
Yeah, I bought like 10 when they were on clearance too, but think I'm down to five or so.
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I have had this for 2 years. Not a ton of torque so I wouldn't call it a "driver" but works well for everyday screw driving tasks. Lithium battery. Took a while to get used to the collar being the on and off switch for me. Not variable either and no clutch. Kind of a grab and go for smaller screws that works well doing what it was designed for. I don't like the voltage detector as it just doesn't seem to work as good as other detectors I own so there is that.
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Quote from boriszima :
Reviews of battery powered screwdrivers
https://youtu.be/ealubZGT8ec
Project Farm reviews might be interesting, but they really do not give you any idea on witch screwdriver will do a certain type of work. Some are not good at wood screws, some are easy to handle over your head, some have better longer lasting batterys, some have better bit collets, some have no bit collets. I think his type of testing does not work on this type of product.
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From the description on the product page:
Maximum Torque (Inch/lbs.) 0

What? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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