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Craftsman Mach Series 11-Piece Screwdriver and Bit Set

Item# 00944881000P | Model# 44881 | Added on April 27, 2014 |
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Built for SPEED to rapidly advance fasteners.  The MACH SERIES 11-piece Bit Driver Set provides 50% more torque, using the break-away handle feature, than a regular screwdriver with a 90-degree twist action.  Offset shaft and smooth spin handle allows for a rapid crank action.Retractable Screw Guide Sleeve on tip keeps flat tips and stubborn fasteners engaged.  Full metal break-over joint built into the multi position handle provides added strength for high torque when used in the T-handle position.

Includes:
  • Retractable Screw Guide Sleeve
  • Dual Material co-molded comfort grip handle
  • 10 Assorted Bits
  • Phillips Bits:  #1, #2, #3
  • Slotted Bits:  1/4-IN, 3/16-IN, 1/8-IN
  • Hex Bits:  1/4-IN, 3/16-IN, 5/32-IN, 1/8-IN
  • Bit Caddie slides onto driver shaft for easy storage
  • Craftsman Hand Tool Full Warranty
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By ryszardx
November 6th, 2014
an addition to my too my tool box

This is one of those "when you can't make it with an electric driver and you need a speedy go-to screwdriver" screwdriver. The bit holder doesn't stay on the shaft as it is supposed to do. Other than that it is a welcome addition to my tool box.

4 found this review helpful
Criticism
By 2bitsworth
November 6th, 2014
wrong angle on shaft

Thought this would be a one up from my trusty Klein Rapi-drives. The T-handle would be great for more torque. First time I used the Mach Driver , I about broke a knuckle. The handle unlocks and flips sideways letting your hand contact the work surface . Not safe around electricity and downright painful otherwise. You cannot put any pressure on a screw to tighten or remove unless you flip the handle to t- mode. Sorry Craftsman....back to the Klein Rapi-Drives until you put a safety lock on the handle or perhaps change the shaft angle to keep the handle from disengaging. Looked nice....but....no cigar!! Back it goes...........

6 found this review helpful
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jcsoup jcsoup
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Well designed

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Well designed to reach places other screw drivers can't.

September 3rd
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searscom

Squeak Squeak Squeak

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works ok, but I think I can still spin a screw driver faster than using this thing. And it squeak, if I have to use it in a room with people it will be way to noisy. Not the quality I expected from Craftsman.

August 22nd
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Thekraut
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great product

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Makes taking screws in and out very quick. Used this to replace about 15 outlets in my house and used it to take about 30 screws out of a project and back in later. So far so good and cut a lot of time.

Well worth the price.

August 4th via sears.com
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Lisa Ayers
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July 27th
Crislyn
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Lovin the screwdriver/bit

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When I first received new Mach 11.. I was do doubt Courious. I must say once again..way to go craftsman tools.??

July 20th via mobile
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