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Screwdriver Electronics Klein Tools 32581 Review




Revainrating 3.5 out of 5  
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Model Name32581
BrandKlein Tools
MaterialAlloy Steel, Rubber
Head StylePhillips
Item Dimensions LxWxH8.5 x 2.9 x 1 inches

Description of Screwdriver Electronics Klein Tools 32581

Electronics Screwdriver with four different non-magnetic tips in one tool, includes #0 and #00 Phillips plus 1/8-Inch (3.2 mm) and 3/32-Inch (2.4 mm) Slotted tips. Rotating cap for optimum and precise control. Corrosion-resistant chrome plated barrel that includes two double-ended bits that exceed ANSI standards. Cushion-Grip handles for maximum comfort when working on small equipment. Heat treated precision ground tip for greater strength.


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Type of review

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works well, be careful with the loose bit.

That's a cool little screwdriver, not what I wanted. In fact, I use it every day at work. My biggest concern is a tool that doesn't fit well and can easily fall out of its holder. I'm not sure if they are arranged that way or if I have a defective tool. In any case, I'm a pretty smart person and can get by with just about anything. Just bought it because it looks cool.

  • Best
  • Not sure

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Ideal for thermostats

Not my favorite Klein tool but nothing to complain about. I will say for HVAC work it is quite suitable for thermostats. I was thrilled to see this Klein 4 in 1 screwdriver that fits all my other Klein screwdrivers and doesn't take up much room in my tool bag. Whilst I like the convenience of having 4 sizes in one screwdriver the downside is that the bits that pop out don't sit very securely on the shank but other than that I think this is a great quality tool.

  • Best in class
  • No manuals

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A handy tool at a great price

I had a set of small engineering screwdrivers for a while, but they bent or buckled easily when working with heavy screws. I was looking for something new and that's when I saw a friend using this. So I bought one and it's been a great addition to my tool bag. It has a small flat head and a Phillips screwdriver and then a slightly smaller flat head and a Phillips screwdriver all in one screwdriver. The metal is very strong and on some stubborn screws it actually starts tearing the screw instead

  • Tools and Housewares
  • Some shortcomings

Revainrating 3 out of 5

A pinless screwdriver is not a screwdriver at all.

4-in-1 Electronic Screwdriver, Swivel Head with Swivel Cap, Industrial Quality Bits, Klein Tools 32581 First things first. I am a HUGE fan and use Klein tools every day. Working in industrial automation/electrical engineering is demanding and requires a good tool set. Finding another tool that matches or even comes close to the quality offered by Klein would be difficult. So yes, I love Klein. You could even call me a fanatic. However, I have to give the 4-in-1 twist cap screwdriver three stars

  • Screwdriver and Wrench
  • Small Items

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Excellent pocket screwdriver

If you're like me, your pockets are already littered with junk - keys, cell phone, wallet, USB stick, pen, pocket knife, other keys - you name it. I always try to find a balance between having the tools I need and not being able to get out of my chair due to being overweight. I found that the two most commonly used tools are a knife and a screwdriver. I already have a knife and have tried for a while to carry a Victorinox Swiss Army Knife as a general purpose tool. It sort of worked, but I…

  • Hand tool
  • Slightly torn

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Decent quality but patented hex drive prevents use of handle for other bits

Appears to be of good quality but lack of available bits of this size reduces usability. Two bits are included and each has one bit at each end (2 tips x 2 bits = 4 bits total). The tips are held by a ball-spring plunger that forms a strong mechanical connection with the shaft; Better than a magnet IMO. The entire rod comes out of the handle and flips over to access the other two bits. It's like a smaller version of those red-handled 4-in-1 screwdrivers you can buy at any hardware store. The…

  • Power & Hand Tools
  • Not sure