Cool tools really work. Most of the parts are made for us in the USA also. The bits are also double-ended. I had to force it in and it looks like I may have to grind or sand some of the side off. The Klenk has a system with a hole in the top and you sort of lift to disengage the lock and dial the hole to the bit you want, which you can see through the side of the handle. Suggestions for tools much better than what is recommended here are always wanted. Items can be either old or new as long as they are wonderful.
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All reviews on this site are written by readers who have actually used the tool and others like it. Your email address will not be published. I am now selling because I am past 80 and will prob not use anymore It holds too,s double-ended bits for a total of 16 heads. It has taken a lot of abuse, had way more tools and bits inserted in it than it ever came with, and continues to perform well for me.
When I tried the small flat blade screwdriver, the larger end would klrnk go in the hole. Overall, though, the 4: The second improvement is the bit storage and retrieval.
If you enjoyed this article, please consider sharing it! November 9, at 6: Send us an email from the klenktools website and we can send you a replacement. The bits are also double-ended. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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December 9, at 3: We post things we like and ignore the rest. We assemble them in the Ohio. Huge time saver for those types of long thread screws. The speed and ratcheting mechanisms should work easily, extra lubrication is not required.
November 9, at 9: It is a basic ratcheting screwdriver with two big advantages tooks the Sears model. The 0 fits pretty small screws and the 2 is probably most klekn.
Most of the parts are made for us in the USA also. Sounds like you might have got an odd driver.
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The tool I use more than any other tool, though, is a Stanley 6-in-1 screwdriver. Delaney, meteorologist, Beltsville, Maryland. I had to force it in and it looks like I may have to grind or sand some of the side off. I like the idea of the 4: The Klenk has a system with a hole in the top and you sort of lift to disengage the lock and dial the hole to the bit you want, which you can see through the side of the handle.
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Tell us what you love. These days, I use the multi-bit ratcheting screwdriver from Kobalt. Still tends to jam with the slightest resistance. When I got it, it would not multiply the turning bit.