Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 43
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jack Powertek Screwdriver
Died on the first use. I would not recommend this to anyone. Quit on the first use.
August 31, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dude Junk
These things are junk, I returned the first one ( received as Christmas gift) thinking it was just a defective one., because it broke the first screw I tried to remove.
I'm not talking about highly Torres screws either. As in small screws in a laptop.
The second one was better, it lasts two days.
What a joke of a product. The gears won't hold up, save your money unless you just need to screw in a couple of already loosened screws.
April 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Smiley Not worth price
Poorly designed. Broken with in 6 months periodic use on computers only (case/component/ expansions screws). The torque head slipped inside the driver. The batteries did not last long had to replace after approx 20 uses. Case that it came in could have been designed better as the cover was a either a one time use or a pain to try and use again if I wanted to put in a tool kit. No torque at all extremely low speed. Manual screwdriver better in most cases. Bit selection not bad needs more. Tips at least stay in the head unlike other Husky products. (23 pc precision set fall right out ). Using over a period of a couple minutes is akward with the thumb button.
July 20, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Abbas Not worth it
This is under powered for the bits that come with this set. There is a bit of almost 4mm in it and there is no way this thing can open any screw with that size. The only use I can or this is eye glasses.
This is powered and it has just no power. Motor is small so there is no speed. Problem with powered devices is that you cant use it as screw driver if this thing is under powered for some task. Save your money and buy husky manual percision screw driver. You will use your own power and will not get stuck due to power.
I was opening hard drive to show my kid how things are inside hard drive. This thing was unable to open screws of hard drive internals. I used manual husky percision screw driver.
January 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jw4everjan Best ever
BRING IT BACK!!!!! this was the best of the best why are you no longer making it?
November 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Marine57 Everyone should own one!
For years I've been wanting a simple tool to get hard drives apart, because of the little torx screws. A new coworker that was a computer tech let me borrow his and I was amazed at how much torque this little thing puts out on AAA batteries. Not to mention it has the small bits for those tiny jobs. I got the hard drive apart so I could properly destroy the discs and salvage the magnets. This could have saved me a lot of time and effort on all the guitars I've worked on over the years too. It fit comfortably in my hand, it's about as think as a fat Sharpie marker. I could tell my coworker has had his for years, it's well worn so I'm confident it's something that will work when I need it. I think every man should be issued on of these at birth. At this price I'm getting a few for me and my fam.
January 5, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by el1lobo Does great for it's intended purpose
I've got two different brands of precision powered screwdriver, this Husky and another. The Husky does a fine job for what it's meant for. it won't drive #10 wood screws into 2x4's but it's not supposed to. I do RC helicopter repairs and it's great for the tiny screws used in the various helis. If it was magnetic, I would say it was perfect. As it is, it costs 1/3 of the other unit I have and does the same work, just as fast.
February 3, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Damian At best this is a toy
I picked up the Husky PowerTek Precision Screwdriver Set on a whim, and also to see if it was good enough to be worth picking up as a stocking stuffer. A few years back I picked up the $5 precision tools set they offered and liked it enough to pick up sets for my Dad and brother (though the clips tend to tear at the rubber grips of the handle). I use my set almost weekly.
As for this powertek... I'm less than impressed. It feels cheapish, is overly large for what it is. On top of that... the motor fluctuates in its rpm speed even while testing in the air. For a lot of screws I tried it on you had to loosen them before you could use this to take them out. It's a fun toy and that's about it. As a 'feature' you can say this will unlikely ever strip any screw due to how weak it is.
November 21, 2010