Color:Black/Yellow Product Description The Klein Tools Conduit-Fitting and Reaming Screwdriver can ream and smooth 1/2-Inch (13 mm), 3/4-Inch (19 mm), and 1-Inch (25 mm) thin-wall conduit. It features a hooded-blade design that keeps the screwdriver tip from slipping out of screws, which is especially handy when tightening hard-to-reach conduit fittings. This screwdriver has a longer Cushion-Grip handle for even more comfort and torque while reaming. Reams both the inside and outside of the conduit at the same time. Thicker hood is designed for rugged use. Ream and smooth conduit ends to protect wire and permit correct installation of fittings. Designed to be used on Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT). For more than 160 years, Klein Tools has manufactured premium-quality, professional-grade hand tools that deliver the performance, durability and precision needed to get the job done right. Our family of engineers, workers and craftsman continue to put six generations of expertise into every tool we create by using only the highest quality materials, superior workmanship, and keeping manufacturing as close to home as we can. Klein isn’t just the name of our company, it’s also our family name. And since we’re an American company that’s family-owned and family-run, you know you can count on us to be here tomorrow. Klein Tools doesn’t just make great products, we make great products that stand up to the demands of the professionals who use them every day … Since 1857. From the Manufacturer Since 1857, the company operated by Mathias Klein and his descendants to the fifth generation, has grown and developed along with the telecommunications and electrical industries where Klein pliers first found major usages. Today, Klein tools Incorporated represents much more than Klein pliers. The company’s product line has broadened to include virtually every major type of hand tool used in construction, electronics, mining and general industry in addition to the electrical and telecommunications fields. Klein offers a lifetime warranty on material defects and workmanship for the normal life of the product. The Klein 85191 screwdriver has a hooded-blade design that keeps the tip from slipping out of screws, especially when your tightening those hard-to-reach conduit fittings. The thicker hood is designed for more rugged use
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- Hooded-blade design keeps tip from slipping out of screws, especially when tightening hard-to-reach conduit fittings; thicker hood is designed for rugged use
- Reams and smooths 1/2-Inch (13 mm), 3/4-Inch (19 mm), and 1-Inch (25 mm) thin-wall conduit ends to protect wire and permit correct installation of fittings
- Reams both the inside and outside of the conduit at the same time
- Longer Cushion-Grip handle provides comfort and more torque for reaming
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- Union electrician and use this item often for conduit reaming. Was reaming 3/4″ emt by hand and it snapped in half. Not very happy since I just bought it. Would really like a replacement.
- If you are a commercial electrician, you need this. I have always used files to de-burr conduit. I did not realize just how inconvenient that was until getting this baby. It saves me lots of time. I have to monitor it on the jobsite because my coworkers are always asking to use it. The flathead screwdriver is a nice touch. I dont use it often, but it is nice to have when I’m up on a lift and forget my screwdriver.
- I’ll start by saying while I do limit the tools I buy to a small number of brands depending on the tool, every tool purchase I make is done with the highest level of research. This Klein reamer has been a 5 Star tool and after a couple months of almost daily use with EMT and rigid it seems to be doing an even better, easier job than when brand new. I did notice for the first time today that the blade was a little loose. I know the blades are replaceable and the screw that holds it in had just loosened a bit- no big deal, however just so your totally satisfied for a long time to come as with all our tools maybe a once a month check. In particular on the tightnes of tools the tools Allen screws and the condition of the blades. Best hand reamer of any brand.
- This reamer is excellent and easy to use. It reams both the inside and outside edge of steel EMT quickly, easily, and flawlessly.It does not work great for aluminum EMT. Aluminum is softer, so the reamer tends to dig into it too much, and aluminum EMT has a slightly thicker sidewall which also makes it awkward. This tool will still ream aluminum if you don’t have anything better, but it’s not ideal.
- This reams pipe and has a flat head screw driver for tightening down the set screws on connectors and couplings. This, a saw, a bender, a tape measure and a pencil is all you’ll need if you’re in for a day of running pipe.
- Works fine for smaller emt. Good luck on 1” unless you have the hulks wrist strength.
- Great tool, not sturdy enough. Reaming hooks bend with little use and sometimes I’ve heard they snap off. (not mine though) Dulling out after about 3 months of moderate use here and there. Maybe 5-10 reams or so a day, on and off. I still prefer it over anything else, just have to really pay attention and feel the conduit opening and sometimes hit it twice to smooth out the burs and sharp edges. Thinking about trying out the bulky looking rigid reamer.
- Its a Klein does the job with out issue but thats what you pay the $$$ for, less expensive tools out there but i know if I buy a Klein its doing the job no questions!