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4.8V Cordless Screwdriver £5.99 @ Argos

£5.99 @ Argos
4.8V battery power. 1 speed setting. 1 torque setting. Max torque 3.5Nm. LED power indicator. Soft grip handle. Accessories included: 3 piece 50mm screwdriver bits. Weight 0.4kg. Batteries req… Read More
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3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days ago
4.8V battery power.
1 speed setting.
1 torque setting.
Max torque 3.5Nm.
LED power indicator.
Soft grip handle.
Accessories included: 3 piece 50mm screwdriver bits.
Weight 0.4kg.
Batteries required: NiCd x .
3 to 5 hours charging time.
Charger included.
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3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days ago
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1 Like #1
Good little Screwdriver for general jobs around the house.
#2
finnmaccool
Good little Screwdriver for general jobs around the house.
Exactly, why put stress on your hands, wrists, arms and brain lol
1 Like #3
seaniboy
finnmaccool
Good little Screwdriver for general jobs around the house.
Exactly, why put stress on your hands, wrists, arms and brain lol
I thought Id get a comment in before someone comes along and **** it off. It doesn't have the torque to start a truck engine, but definitely good enough for basic Diy. Could even use it to hold up a badly lit bank.
1 Like #4
if you got alot of kids these are good for screwing the battery doors on your kids toys lol.
#5
finnmaccool
seaniboy
finnmaccool
Good little Screwdriver for general jobs around the house.
Exactly, why put stress on your hands, wrists, arms and brain lol
I thought Id get a comment in before someone comes along and **** it off. It doesn't have the torque to start a truck engine, but definitely good enough for basic Diy. Could even use it to hold up a badly lit bank.


This has more equity and substance than most banks, its also cheaper AND helps around the house X)

Defo good for the wee jobs, anything of maintaining a home will need more power
1 Like #6
stevenprior1
if you got alot of kids these are good for screwing the battery doors on your kids toys lol.

Now thats sheer lazy! X)
#7
any stock?
1 Like #8
no stock anywhere?
1 Like #9
NiCd batteries are going to leak acid and ruin the unit sooner than you think - this is coming from experience. I prefer ikea one instead http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/tools-fittings-curtain-rails/tools-fittings/fixa-screwdriver-li-ion-art-90203258/
#10
Ive bought one 2 months ago like "why not", and already used a lot!
Not the strongest one, but does the job very well, you need to do a half turn in the end manually, just in case.
#11
FakirLaci
Ive bought one 2 months ago like "why not", and already used a lot!
Not the strongest one, but does the job very well, you need to do a half turn in the end manually, just in case.


sounds like my ex wife
1 Like #12
If you've never had one, get it.
If you got a bit more money, get a Bosch Ixo when on offer at around £19.99.
#13
techtel
NiCd batteries are going to leak acid and ruin the unit sooner than you think - this is coming from experience. I prefer ikea one instead http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/tools-fittings-curtain-rails/tools-fittings/fixa-screwdriver-li-ion-art-90203258/

Ni-Cd = careful charging otherwise you'll kill the battery's capacity.

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