Klein Tools 6-Inch Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver Review
The Klein Tools 6 inch ratchet stubbys are one of the most popular brands among home mechanics. They have been around since 1993 and they produce many different types of tools including screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers, sockets and other bits.
These tools come in various sizes ranging from 1/2″ to 3″.
Klein Tools 6-Inch Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver Features:
Made from high quality materials such as stainless steel and aluminum.
Features a wide range of sizes ranging from 1/2″ to 3″.
Ratchet head with 12mm hexagonal socket.
Sturdy plastic handle made of hard plastic.
Compact design makes it easy to carry around in your pocket or bag.
Fits into pockets and bags easily.
Locking mechanism prevents it from falling out of your pocket when not in use.
Easy to open and close the jaws.
The ratchet head locks into place on most of the stubby screwdrivers, allowing you to turn it like a normal screwdriver.
Made in the USA.
Limited lifetime warranty.
The stubby ratcheting screwdrivers come in a wide range of sizes to accommodate all your needs. They have a sturdy plastic handle and are made from high quality materials.
The ratchet head is made of stainless steel and comes with a 12mm hexagonal socket. This allows you to easily apply more torque than what you would with a normal screwdriver. The ratchet mechanism makes it much easier to tighten or loosen screws, especially when you need to do it repeatedly.
These stubby ratcheting screwdrivers are designed to make your life easier. They are compact enough to carry around in your pocket or tool bag and can also be attached to your keychain using the keychain ring.
These tools can easily fit into your pocket or apron allowing you quick and easy access to your tools whenever you need them. The locking mechanism prevents the ratchet head from falling out of your pocket when not in use. The handle is large enough to provide a comfortable grip without being too big to fit in your pocket.
These stubby ratcheting screwdrivers come with a limited lifetime warranty, which shows just how confident the manufacturers are in their product. The ratchet head and socket are covered for life, meaning that if they become damaged or defective, you can get them replaced for free.
All you need to do is pay for the shipping charges. The handle, however is not covered by the lifetime warranty, although it is covered by a limited lifetime warranty. This means that if your stubby ratcheting screwdriver handle becomes defective or damaged, you can get it replaced by paying the shipping charges.
The ratchet head can be locked into place when you need to apply a large amount of torque. This prevents the head from slipping and damaging the screw or getting jammed.
The rest of the screwdriver is not locked into place, although the stubby design means that there isn’t much of a chance of it slipping or getting jammed. The ratchet mechanism allows you to apply more torque than what you would with a normal screwdriver. It also helps when you need to tighten or loosen screws repeatedly.
The handle is large enough to provide a comfortable grip and prevent it from slipping out of your hand, even if you’re using it for long periods of time.
Sources & references used in this article:
- 50-in-1 screwdriver and socket driver (W Anderson, P Cassutti – US Patent 6,374,711, 2002 – Google Patents)