CHANNELLOCK® 18N1 Ratcheting Screwdriver

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    CHANNELLOCK® Ratcheting Screwdriver comes with 18 different drive bits for most automotive fastening jobs When your working on your vehicle, you'll have a driver ready to go for every type of automotive fastener, with the added convenience of ratcheting. Compact, multi-purpose driver can be used with these fastener types:
    • Slotted screws
    • Phillips screws
    • Torx® screws
    • Hex screws
    • Nutdrivers

    About CHANNELLOCK® 18N1 Ratcheting Screwdriver

    Two names you trust—CHANNELLOCK® and Eastwood—combine to offer you the best in American-made hand tools, like this CHANNELLOCK® Ratcheting Screwdriver. Two double-ended bits load into the removable shaft at the same time for fast, easy, two-way operation; the other bits store inside the handle. Built with a durable, forged ratchet construction and a high-torque comfort grip.


    CHANNELLOCK® 18-in-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver
    4 Slotted Tips: 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16"
    4 Phillips Tips: #0, #1, #2, #3
    4 Torx® Tips: T10, T15, T20, T25
    4 Hex Tips: 1/8", 5/32", 3/16", 7/32"
    2 Nutdriver Tips: 1/4", 5/16"


    Always wear appropriate eye protection.


    All CHANNELLOCK tools are warranted against defects in material and workmanship. (Not applicable if tool has been abused, altered or worn out from normal use.) Return prepaid for inspection to: 11372 Mercer Pike, Meadville, PA 16335.

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    Nice ratcheting screwdriver (Posted on 1/14/14)
    Review by John
    Although the description talks about "offering you the best in American-made hand tools", this ratcheting screwdriver is made in China.

    However, this is nothing like your typical "bargain bin" screwdriver. Just picking it up, you can tell this isn't going fall apart the first time it encounters a stubborn screw. The ratcheting mechanism feels sturdy and offers a center "lock" position to turn it into a normal screwdriver. The end cap has enough slots to store all of the bits, which is handy. The selector for choosing the ratcheting direction seems a little counter-intuitive (moving it clockwise allows you to loosen screws), but that's probably just personal preference.

    Overall, a good choice for the money.

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