Ferrex 3.6V Pivot Handle Screwdriver £14.99 + £2.95 delivery at Aldi
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Ferrex 3.6V Pivot Handle Screwdriver £14.99 + £2.95 delivery at Aldi

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Ferrex 3.6V Pivot Handle Screwdriver £14.99 + £2.95 delivery at Aldi
Posted 13th Sep
Small yet highly effective, this Ferrex 3.6V Pivot Handle Screwdriver will make a great little addition to your tool kit, ready for those impromptu DIY tasks around the house. With forward and reverse functions along with an LED working light and charging indicator, this Li-Ion powered screwdriver is perfect for any DIY master.
Contents
* 1 x Screwdriver
* 1 x Magnetic bit holder
* 54 x Screw bits:
* Slotted: 3-4-5-6-7
* Phillips: PH0-PH1-PH2-PH3
* Pozidrive: PZ0-PZ1-PZ2-PZ3
* Hex: 2-2.5-3-4-5-5.5-6
* Square: #0-#1-#2-#3
* Tri-Wing: #0-#1-#2-#3
* Torq #6-#8-#10
* Spanner: #4-#6-#8-#10
* Torx: T10-T15-T20-T25-T30-T40
* Torx plus: IP10–IP15–IP20–IP25–IP30
* Spline: M8
Features
* 1.3Ah Capacity rechargeable Li-Ion battery
* Forward and reverse functions
* Automatic spindle lock function
* LED working light and charging indicator
* Charger cable length 1.8m (approx.)
* No load speed: 200 min-1
* Max torque: 4 Nm
* Loading time: 3.5 hours (approx.)
Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
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12 Comments
Any good... Lookin at getting the small bosch one from argos for £28
1988dave13/09/2020 08:45

Any good... Lookin at getting the small bosch one from argos for £28


Had the Bosch one a good while now and it’s faultless. I’d spend the extra and get the Bosch
I don’t see the point in these at all. Get a drill-driver for £25 and you’ll get waaaay more use from it.
I bought the guild one from argos for £7.50 works perfectly no regrets
Are these any good for putting kitchen units together?

...got an impact driver ..but seems overkill...plus it's a bit big and heavy for those little jobs
HorseBoxGuy13/09/2020 09:10

I don’t see the point in these at all. Get a drill-driver for £25 and yo …I don’t see the point in these at all. Get a drill-driver for £25 and you’ll get waaaay more use from it.


These enable you to get into smaller spaces.
Got one a while back. After a couple of weeks it stopped working. Don't get it in my opinion
A2NYN13/09/2020 10:17

These enable you to get into smaller spaces.


How often does that happen? Does it necessitate a particular tool? At 3.6v? I’ll stick to a drill driver and stubby screwdrivers for that once a year tight fit...

I’d also argue that this is a similar size to a drill driver, it’s only slightly smaller.
I have both and always prefer using the lighter and more manouverable one.
Edited by: "A2NYN" 13th Sep
HorseBoxGuy13/09/2020 10:35

How often does that happen? Does it necessitate a particular tool? At …How often does that happen? Does it necessitate a particular tool? At 3.6v? I’ll stick to a drill driver and stubby screwdrivers for that once a year tight fit...I’d also argue that this is a similar size to a drill driver, it’s only slightly smaller.


This is perfect for putting back accessory screws and other lightweight tasks that don't require lots of torque.

Second fixing as an electrical is a doddle with this and it's so small and light it fits in my pocket without being a burden.

These have their place and are very handy for the money.
HorseBoxGuy13/09/2020 09:10

I don’t see the point in these at all. Get a drill-driver for £25 and yo …I don’t see the point in these at all. Get a drill-driver for £25 and you’ll get waaaay more use from it.


Definitely need a drill driver first but sometimes these smaller units are useful for flat pack furniture, adjusting things, awkward spaces etc.

If the kids want to help what do you give them? One of these or your impact driver
MattsBits14/09/2020 20:08

Definitely need a drill driver first but sometimes these smaller units are …Definitely need a drill driver first but sometimes these smaller units are useful for flat pack furniture, adjusting things, awkward spaces etc.If the kids want to help what do you give them? One of these or your impact driver


I give them a screwdriver, so they learn how to use hand tools properly first.
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