|Assembled Depth (in.)||12.52 in||Assembled Height (in.)||1.30 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||1.30 in||Handle Length (in.)||4.528|
|Shaft Length (in.)||8||Tip Size||#2|
|Color Family||Black||Drive Style||Phillips|
|Hand Tool Type||Individual or Specialty Screwdriver||Handle Material||Rubber|
|Individual/Set||Individual||Number of Pieces||1|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Lifetime Warranty|
A: The tip is magnetized and the tip is a larger size so yes it would be great for the bigger screws.
A: YES - THAT'S A GREAT SCREWDRIVER TO BUILD A PC - SHOULD COME IN HANDY - GOOD LUCK.
A: Yes, it would do the job.
A: I needed a long shaft for the project and this fit the bill.
A: This item was excessively priced. With tax, $10 for a screwdriver. Made in China
A: When I started out building computers in 2000, I was told magnetic tip screwdrivers were bad. But a few years later I got a job building Compaq PCs they provided us with electric screwdrivers with magnetic tips. And now days laptops and phones/tablets have all sorts of magnets. So I would bet this screwdriver would work great.
A: Not magnetic but it's not hard to make it magnetic.
A: Yes, the tip is magnetic, PC screw may need to go one size down, size 1 maybe?