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Ratchet Offset Screwdriver

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Part# 12-01883
MFR Model# 807SX

Overview

An Offset Ratchet Screwdriver is a useful tool to have on hand as it provides greater leverage compared to a traditional screwdriver. The swift ratcheting motion allows you to remove and install screws with ease, and the offset head provides odd-angle access in obstructed areas. This item features two Slotted screwdriver blades and a reversible ratchet.
   
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Features

  • A great alternative to traditional screwdrivers.
  • Offset head for odd-angle access.
  • Includes 1/4 and 3/8 Slotted blades.
  • Ratchet handle is reversible on-the-fly.
  • Provides greater amount of leverage than regular screwdriver.
  • Ratcheting motion allows swift installation and removal of screws.
  • Conforms to government specifications GGG-S-1408.
  • Blades are made from hardened tool steel.
  • Ratchet is made from plated steel.

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Q: How long is the ratchet offset screwdriver from end to end?

This tool is approximately 4" in length.

Q: Can other screw heads be used (eg. phillips)?

Yes, it comes with one flat and one phillips bit.