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Old 07-11-2019, 04:13 PM
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Some tools are seriously great help and quickly become favorites. Such is the case with me and the the Dewalt 8V Gyroscopic electric screwdriver. With precision adjustable slipper clutch to tighten at just the right torque, so as not to crack plastic plates or strip screws or threads, to the very natural “flick of the wrist” gyroscopic/variable speed control, instead of push buttons, this has become indispensable for me.

There are evenings when I’m assembling my hobby stuff like model truck/scale bead-lock wheels for example and that entails approximately 125 small screws. Talk about carpal tunnel This Dewalt beauty lets me get it done in a fraction of the time with ultra precision. Bravo Dewalt

https://www.dewalt.com/products/powe...y-kit/dcf680n1

They come in 1 or 2 battery kits. One needs 1/4 drive accessories for it.
Skil offers a similar model. Great for removing all the small screws when one wants to remove the cover on their amp and see what 'makes it tick........'

For manual screwdrivers, its tough to beat a set from Wheeler..........
https://www.amazon.com/Wheeler-Screw...8TF3J1RRF4XXBA
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