Motorized screwdriver is fantastic for working on electronics. Even on myrc drones and trucks. Great solution for someone with wrist pain. Still useful, but dont treat it as a every day manual driver.
Polly worked with me through the issues i had and was very helpful in my experience. I am sure they had a nice discount on that as well for cyber monday.
It has two torque modes and when set into the lock position via a rotary switch on the end, you can manually torque the bad boy. I recommend this for reassembly and not disassembly.
Put all the torx bits on one row, all the hex on another and add a couple more hex sizes. Comes with some oddball security bits that come in handy if you don't have any already.
All the parts stay in the tray when held upside down so that a big plus for me. The only thing i can say that i dislike is when its all closed there is a little play between the case and the trey rattle. I think if the spring inside was a little bit b... Read More
It's almost as if the motor is faulty. The battery is dead and will not charge. I respect the company replacing the first one, but this driver has garbage internals.
The gyroscopic control is magic! The collard chuck is excellent and captures the bit. This makes it easy to master with not over torque screws.
The power, the quick recharge capability, and just ease of use can't be beat. The battery lasts a long time too. I wish it was a bit lighter and a bit strongerwith a bit of better battery life.
It's awkward to use and does not work as well as a plain old electric screwdriver. You have to push the button and turn the whole device in the direction that you want it to go.
The straight driver model has no power or clutch settings. It has terrible torque. Not enough torque to drive 2 screw into wood.