Size:1/4-Inch Tip, 7-3/4-Inch Length | Style:Slotted Product Description Getting that screw to stay put while you get it in place is much easier with Klein’s Slotted Screw-Holding screwdriver. Positive gripping action holds, starts, and drives slotted screws in awkward, hard-to-reach places. The smooth Comformdome handle fits comfortably in the palm of the hand. The red handle makes this tool easily identifiable. 1/4-Inch shank tip width, 4-Inch shank length. Split-blade screw-holding driver wedges into screw slot. Not designed for torquing or tightening. 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 Klein K34 1/4-Inch Slotted Screw-Holding Screwdriver. The Klein K34 1/4-Inch Slotted Screw-Holding Screwdriver is not designed for torquing or tightening. The Klein K34 1/4-Inch Slotted Screw-Holding Screwdriver features split-blade screw-holding driver wedges into screw slot and positive gripping action holds, starts, and drives slotted screws in awkward, hard-to-reach places. The Klein K34 1/4-Inch Slotted Screw-Holding Screwdriver has a blade thickness of .043-Inch expanding to .085-Inch.
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- Split-blade screw-holding driver wedges into screw slot
- Positive gripping action holds, starts, and drives slotted screws in awkward, hard-to-reach places
- Not designed for torquing or tightening
- Blade thickness of .043-Inch (1 mm) expanding to .085-Inch (2 mm)
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- 50 years ago when I started as an elecctrician I had one from Greenlee. It was the most handy tool in the pouch when we were doing outlets and switch plate covers or hanging from beams trying to put the cover on a 4s waterproof. Then my hadns worked well. Now 50_ years later my fingers don’t work as well and I had lost my Greenlee somewhere along the line. I just redid all the plates and covers in my house. I can’t remember how many but a lot. I didn’t lose one screw nor drop one either using the Klein split holder that is built exactly like my old Greenlee. What a postitve feel So spring and large holding cover. These things are classic.
- This K23 is a handy little screw-holding screwdriver that can fit right in your shirt pocket. It’s the same design as the larger Klein wedge type screw-holding drivers I have, but is only about 5-1/4″ long overall with a metal pocket clip attached to the handle. I find it works well for holding things like 6/32 electrical device and cover plate screws, as well as the #4 and #5 flat head wood screws I often use. The tip on this driver is actually small enough that in a pinch I can also use it for securely holding some smaller Phillips head screws, like #6 drywall and #6 flat head machine screws. The driver seems to work well for me when needed, so I think it is worth having one around.
- Did you even know they made such a thing? How many times have you been trying to tighten or loosen a screw in something that’s recessed or in a place that you keep dropping the blasted screw?!? I bought this klien Screwdriver for work and I absolutely love it. You slide the do-hickey up to make it grab your screw and once in position you can turn it to your hearts desire without dropping your screw.
- Clever how it holds the screw. I would have so fewer curses under my breath if I had this years ago. A must have in your tool box.
- The screw driver that showed up is red handled just like what is pictured and is labeled as Vaco brand not Klien tools as the description says. Vaco hold-em screw drivers are ok tools but I like to use Klein brand hand tools as the quality is there. I was disappointed to get a Vaco brand tool when it is clearly listed as Klein
- Terrific tool. As a piano technician, I needed a screw holder for tight spots. Great design! Wow! I did, however, have to check a video to figure out how it works.
- Greatest screwdriver ever. I really like the screw-holding ability of this screwdriver. It is amazing. I saw this on BBC4’s The Reassembler with James May. This is a must tool for working in tight places!
- I liked the screw holder because I use small screws 4 40 size tap screw with a round head and this item works fine everytime it has helped out alot