Is there such a thing as a GOOD ratcheting screwdriver?

Is there such a thing as a GOOD ratcheting screwdriver? And does anyone make bits that can manage to outlast a small box of screws?

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Ratcheting screwdriver
    It's not 1960
    Buy pic related
    >The length of a wretchet screwdriver
    >I use torque settings 1 and 2 to install motherboards, it's great
    >3-5 are perfect for screwing metal screws I to plastic housings
    >12 and unlimited I have literally used to spinstart a 195cc lawnmower

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I often use this on computer shit but try to stick to a hand screwdriver, more than once I forgot to turn the torque back down and stripped something because I'm a drunk retard.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Lowal
        Drink more
        But establish checks before your oil the trigger
        DeWalt 12v screwdriver is goat
        20v impact driver with discipline is second

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >GOOD ratcheting screwdriver
      Unless you want to larp as a 30's era repair man, get an electric screw gun or at worst a in line electric screw driver.

      Lowal
      Drink more
      But establish checks before your oil the trigger
      DeWalt 12v screwdriver is goat
      20v impact driver with discipline is second

      I like to feel the screw.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I get that and will use a manual driver when I know something is fragile. However I don't use a ratcheting one, just a standard one.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Look dude, idfk what youre doing where youre stopping bit out at a rate of 1 bit per 20 screws it's hand tools and wanting to feel the screw but sometimes not adding up here
        I'd like to watch you work so they we can get to the bottom of this

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          They're two different questions. Sometimes I want to feel the screw and other times I want to bury a handful of deck screws in succession without predrilling.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Explain what you mean by feel the screw, I don't really not feel a screw with the drill or screwdriver, to I have no problem seating the bit in the screw

            >Deck screws
            You want an impact driver and use impact bits.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >go online and check it out

      How is this any different from a drill?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It's got a 1/4 hex drive instead of a chuck, like an impact driver
        Also their drill will break your wrist whereas this thing will probably just sprain it,
        It's basically a drill but it's pretty small
        The 20v drill is fairly heavy when your trying to do delicate work, so this is my go-to when I'm actually meeting an effort to not wreck things so the impact driver is out of the question, the 20v impact driver is my main goto

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          But you could just put a hex drive adaptor into a regular impact driver rather than buying a much less general purpose tool.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Impact drivers come with the same 1/4 hex drive
            And yes, but once again this is light
            Granted there's a 12v drill and the entire lineup is pretty redundant, I prefer this thing when I'm working on stuff.
            I wanted the 20v drill, and it's by far my least used tool out of the set. I use it for spin starting lawnmowers, not the screwdriver, screw driver still only do it when fully charged
            12v screwdriver had old fashion clicky torque limiter that instantly cuts out
            20v drill has a digital feedback torque limiter that has a delete and doesn't quickly cut power which will strip screw holes
            On the 20v drill, the torque adjuster is for your safety, not the works.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >GOOD ratcheting screwdriver
    Unless you want to larp as a 30's era repair man, get an electric screw gun or at worst a in line electric screw driver.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Milwaukee one and get #1 and #2 phillips head bits from Wiha. A bag of 20 bits is like $10.

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