Milwaukee 11 in 1 Multi-Tip screw Driver

Tools are great, and even more tools is even better. But when it comes to taking a large arsenal and prepping a Go Bag, its easier to ditch 10 screw drivers and just bring one. This is exactly what i use my Milwaukee 11in 1 multi-tip screwdriver.

  • KIT INCLUDES:

  • phillips #1, phillips #2, slotted 3/16 in., slotted 1/4 in., square #1, square #2, ecx #1, ecx #2, 1/4 in. nut driver, 5/16 in. nut driver, 3/8 in. nut driver, loop maker

FIRST IMPRESSIONS

Thick tri-lobe handle makes for a comfortable grip for leverage on those tightly driven screws. Clear and visible ID markings allows for quick tool identification on jobsite. and lastly, i really like that the folk at Milwaukee thought of all the daily applications wheather a prop or a weekend warrior might encounter, and they assembled the kit to have ECX bits that fit most specialty screws, including screws found in electrical boxes, conduit couplers and outlets.

  • FINAL THOUGHT

  • This is a great set to have in your Go bag for any job. Many of my subscribers have mentioned that they’re favorite part is just throwing this set into their pocket along with a set of needle nose pliers and they are ready for almost anything. And lastly, the Limited lifetime warranty is a huge help.
  • Price: 9.99
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