A: There's nothing in the packaging indicating that it is. No lanyard or other mechanism to ensure static discharge. I'd be hesitant to use it in such an environment.
A: Not sure what is meant by electrostatic discharge safe. An electrostatic discharge should not be able to affect this tool.
A: Screw bits just lift out the slotted head of the screwdriver .
A: pull it out. very easy
A: so the chuck is where the bit goes into. And to remove the bit you just need to pull it out. It clips in place and the first few times it can be pretty difficult to get out.
A: Hi Vicki, on the left hand side of the page there is a video and it explains how to change the bit. A chuck is the piece that holds the bit in place. Hope this helps. Thanks!
A: You just pull the bit out With fingers or a pair of plyers as there's a friction tensioner in the collar that holds the bit.
A: Kind of, it is made of plastic and I've heard it has plastic innards. I haven't taken mine apart though. It was sturdy enough to take apart my laptop and several of my kids toys to put batteries in but its not something I'd use on a car.
A: Yes, this screwdriver is durable.
A: It seems to be pretty well constructed. Battery life may be shorter than desired.
A: It was not very durable to me. Mine died in less than a month.
A: It appears to be durable and feels well built.
|Brand||General Tools||Klein Tools||Klein Tools|
|Name||10 in. LED Lighted Power Precision Screwdriver||15-in-1 Multi Bit Screwdriver, Ratcheting||14-In-1 HVAC Adjustable-Length Screwdriver with Flip Socket|
|Number of Pieces||6||1||1|
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