Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 78
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BillyJoeJimBobRay FIRST GEN VS SECOND GEN micro scewdriver sets
Bring back the first gen screwdrivers ....they were superior to what your selling now!!!......quit being profit mongers and add a little quality!!!!! BRING THEM BACK!!
August 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Richard Bring these back..... please!
Your new one is garbage. Bring this version of screwdriver and torx back.
May 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pjy1911 One of Home Depot's best offerings
When we first bought these screwdrivers for the tech dept. my first thought was "oh great, another cheap multi-bit screwdriver..." After using them for a while I began to realize how invaluable these are. The tips are quality, not like the cheap ones that tend to wear out and deform. Ours are going on 3 years old now and the bits are still in great shape, only a bit shiny from use. The handle is comfortable and just the right size to be able to torque down on more difficult screws.
Please don't change these already perfect screwdrivers. The only improvement I can think of is a kit with the same handle, but a larger variety of bits, like Torx, Allen, security bits, etc.
September 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by review This *is* for Macbook Pro
I am fixing my earlier review which can't seem to delete or edit. This screw driver is for Macbook Pro. I had a hard time unscrew screws because I was using the tiniets #000. When I found I need #00, it was a brease. This is definitely a good quality. Top free wheeling head makes it *really* easy to unscrew small scews without worrying about that the driver will slip. It simply stays in place. I disagree with the other reviewer who says the design is a bit flawed because it the driver can store only 3 bits while it has 4. This is because each bit has a nice protrosion that sticks well in the driver so no need to store that one bit and it is handy to use one that you use often like a regular screw driver. I highly recommend this esp because of price. In the picture notice that the narrow needle like screwdriver (bought else) is the same size as the tiny one in this set. Both are #000, although Husky look bigger.H
October 22, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by digitaltrix Brilliant kit with one undeniable flaw. BUY IT anyway!
I never write reviews but I was compelled to write this one for two reasons.
One, to state obvious merits and one potential de-merit for any would-be-buyer and most importantly, two, for Husky Corporation so they may see this review and improve on their near perfect offering.
Ok so as many will have read by now, the bits are very nicely manufactured and not of that cheap looking and cheap quality chrome type steel either, rather these bits mean business and although they look sharp, they really are tough as nails.
I have recently used this for taking apart my laptop (several times over) for replacing memory as well as upgrading its internal wireless card and the swivel top really made it a breeze.
The tips aren't magnetic, however if fixed right they will pull the screw right out of the deepest recess due to shear grip of the blades. I haven't as of yet tried, but I feel a magnetizer block (you can find these on e b ay) may help this.
FYI, The bit I have used for the above applications is labeled Philips 1 (included)
So all in all very happy and with a great warranty, the screwdriver kit is right for the price.
So you're wondering what the flaw is....
Well it's that once you've fit the bit, which doesn't slip at all, the remaining 3 bits out of the total 4 have a slotted space inside the handle.
That is to say, there are 3 separate spaces inside the handle that neatly fit 3 bits and one bit remains outside at all times.
This is a definite oversight as the room taken to fit the slots could have been manipulated to keep all four bits inside.
This leaves one worried about the single bit outside being broken or exposed unnecessarilly to damaging forces.
For this, I have come up with a simple fix, which was to use a pen cap with paper towel wadded up inside.
My advice to Husky would be to optimally, provide enough space inside the handle for all four bits or additionally provide a proper fitting cap for the bit remaining outside and exposed.
Irrespective of this one flaw, the screwdriver is great so definitely buy it if you want the precision of taking apart your electronics with quality bits as well as the ease of a swivel top making your work fly by!
August 31, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DPU The best for everyday use I've ever used.
In my 66 years this has been the best jeweler's screwdriver I've ever used. It holds all the bits, keeping them handy, it's well balanced and twirls in the hand easily. I use it mostly for working on laptop computers but have used it for many other things. I have the Torx version also but this is my favorite.
It seems Home Depot has stopped stocking it in their store which pretty much ensures the death of the product since it is too inexpensive to justify the shipping cost by buying it on-line. Too bad. Bring it back HD!
January 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer best micro driver I've found
I run a computer repair deparment and I've tried many micro drivers.
The Husky Precision driver is the best we've used and I no longer buy anything else.
The bits are cut crisply and the tolerance is good so the bits 'bite' very well. They're also hard enough that they wear very well.
We've chipped a flat edge on a bit over the years but overall they are perfectly function until someone looses a bit or a driver. Our screw drivers are used every day so I can't fault an extremely fine flat edge from chipping every once in a while.
Not only would I recommend them, I'm at this web page because I just recommended them to someone again. I was emailing out the link.
July 28, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MaddScientist98 Can't beat this screwdriver for computer parts
Best screwdriver I've ever used when it comes to working with computers, especially laptops. Great quality, NOT magnetic, which I prefer. Storage for other bits in the handle, which brings me to my next topic.
@digitaltrix- I completely agree with your review on this screwdriver, but there is a way to get that 3-hole sleeve out. Just grab the end with needle-nose pliers and pull, once it's out a little way you can grab it by one of the 3 pieces that makes the storage slots and pull it all of the way out. Worked like a charm on mine and now I have storage for all of the bits!!! =] Hope that helps.
November 21, 2011