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November 3, 2008

Ratcheting Micro-Tip Screwdriver


From the website:

Ratcheting Micro-Tip Screwdriver

This interchangeable-tip small screwdriver has a unique internal bit clip that could have been designed for a science-fiction film.

Just press a button and the clip slides slowly out of the handle as if actuated by a hydraulic cylinder,


taking about 5 seconds to deploy fully.

Despite its mesmerizing action, it is a well-conceived and useful tool for working with the small screws commonly found on assembled consumer products.

The 20-tooth ratchet mechanism is reversible,


or can be fixed.

Supplied with eleven interchangeable bits:


#00, #0, and #1 Phillips; 2.0mm, 2.5mm, and 3mm slot; and T-6 to T-10 Torx.

A tip cap lets you slide it safely into a pocket without removing the bit.

Measures 6-1/4" long overall.



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