- This precision screwdrivers will be your great assistant in daily life
- With the precision screwdrivers, you get easily work in many occasions
- The precision screwdrivers are really pocket screwdriver tools
- Multipurpose Phillips screwdrivers are your good assistants for urgency things
- Insulated screwdrivers are really what you need in daily life
- Tool Bit Material: Alloy Steel
- Handle Material: Rubber
- Handle Length: 7.5cm/3.0in
- Chrome vanadium screwdriver head to ensure the most accurate size. Quality and durability are the best
- According to ergonomic plastic handle of two material composition, easy to grasp and to provide more torque. Particularly comfortable and environmentally friendly plastic operation effort
- Approved use of anti-static material handle, non-slip handle for maximum torque
How to Use a Precision Screwdriver?
- Precision screwdrivers come with a number of interchangeable heads.
Precision screwdrivers are like regular screwdrivers. But unlike a standard Phillips or flat-head screwdriver, precision screwdrivers come with a number of interchangeable heads that can be switched in and out depending on the project at hand. Buying a precision screwdriver set can save you money and space, and is useful when you are met with an odd-sized nail or screw.
- Determine what type of screwdriver head you need for your project. There are far more than just two types of screwdrivers. There are security screwdrivers, electronic screwdrivers, precision tech screwdrivers and others. Your precision screwdriver set could have anywhere between five and 50 heads.
- Test out screwdriver heads without putting them into the screwdriver handle by simply holding them by the top of the head and seeing if they fit. This will save you a lot of time and trouble in whittling down the head options.
- Remove the old screwdriver head from the precision screwdriver handle and replace it with the new one sized to fit the project you are working on. Precision screwdriver heads are easy to swap, and normally just entail lining up the hexagonal shape of the head with the hexagonal hole in the screwdriver handle.
- Use the precision screwdriver and correct head to tighten or loosen the item you are working with. If you start to work and the head doesn't fit right, go back to your set and see if you have anything more appropriate. If not, you may have to improvise.
Tips & Warnings
- Precision screwdriver sets come with a lot of small and similar looking pieces, which can make them hard to keep organized. Luckily, most sets also come with a useful case. Use the case to keep organized and save time.
How to Choose the Right Screwdriver:
- Match the screwdriver to the screw head
- Don't assume that all cross-head screws are for Phillips screwdrivers. A Phillips will slip out of a screw designed for a screwdriver, which has a slightly flatter tip
- Drive hex-head screws with nut drivers
- Do fine work, such as on eyeglasses and computer equipment, with a set of jewelers screwdrivers
- Find screwdrivers with contoured handles that are at least 5 inches long and that fit the shank tightly Handles without finger grooves are the most comfortable
- Try an offset or a stubby screwdriver in close quarters where a normal screwdriver won't fit
- Get a ratcheting screwdriver or an electric screwdriver to prevent repetitive motion injuries
- Use a screwdriver that has the same blade tip width as the screw head and fits in the slot tightly
- Look for screwdrivers with black oxide tips, which improve control
- Use a screw holder or a magnetic screwdriver to start screws in awkward or hard-to-reach places