Since someone brought up ratcheting screwdrivers, here’s some praise for the ones I’ve been using a lot lately.
General Tools’ new Express dual drive screwdrivers might not be completely unique, but the T-handle model looks to be the first to have an ergonomic and higher torque handle geometry.
Do you want to see a review of the PB Swiss Twister ratcheting screwdriver? If there’s enough demand, I’ll pony up the $150 to get my hands on one.
Milwaukee’s compact ratcheting screwdriver bit driver offers 8-in-1 functionality and is a handy way to access fasteners in tight spaces.
Stanley has come out with a new “Hi-Speed” ratcheting screwdriver with built-in 4:1 gear multiplier for speedy hand fastening applications.
Husky came out with a new ratcheting screwdriver that works 3 times as fast as other ratcheting screwdrivers.
What do you think about ratcheting screwdrivers? Do you like them, hate them, or are indifferent and don’t care to try them out?
Channellock has filled out their screwdriver lineup with two new ratcheting drivers – one for heavy duty use and one for more casual jobsite and home use.