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4.8V Cordless Screwdriver £5.99 @ Argos
4.8V Cordless Screwdriver £5.99 @ Argos

4.8V Cordless Screwdriver £5.99 @ Argos

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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.

13 Comments

Good little Screwdriver for general jobs around the house.

Original Poster

finnmaccool

Good little Screwdriver for general jobs around the house.


Exactly, why put stress on your hands, wrists, arms and brain lol

seaniboy

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.

if you got alot of kids these are good for screwing the battery doors on your kids toys lol.

Original Poster

finnmaccool

I thought Id get a comment in before someone comes along and **** it off. … 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

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stevenprior1

if you got alot of kids these are good for screwing the battery doors on … if you got alot of kids these are good for screwing the battery doors on your kids toys lol.



Now thats sheer lazy! X)

any stock?

no stock anywhere?

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 ikea.com/gb/…58/

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.

FakirLaci

Ive bought one 2 months ago like "why not", and already used a lot!Not … 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

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.

techtel

NiCd batteries are going to leak acid and ruin the unit sooner than you … 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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