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6-in-1 Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver- Cushion Grip Handle

  • Screwdriver has ratcheting mechanism for quick working
  • 6-in-1 screwdriver has black comfortable cushion grip handle
  • Comes with 1/4 in and 5/16 in nut driver bits
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Product Overview

The ratcheting mechanism on this stubby screwdriver lets you work faster and with more efficiency. With its Cushion-Grip handle, the stubby interchangeable screwdriver/nut driver was designed with comfort and efficiency in mind. It’s strong, durable tips are manufactured to fit screw opening securely. They resist slippage and provide positive turning action.
  • Designed for work in close quarters
  • Made of the highest-quality tempered steel
  • Ratcheting mechanism allows user to work with more efficiency
  • Cushion-grip handles for maximum comfort when working on small equipment
  • Strong nut driver function improves bit-holding power, even with tough applications
  • 4 different screwdriver bits including #1 and #2 Phillips and 1/4 in. and 3/16 in. slotted tips
  • Includes 1/4 in. and 5/16 in. nut drivers
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Info & Guides

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Assembled Depth (in.)
1.4 in
Assembled Height (in.)
3.61 in
Assembled Width (in.)
1.4 in
Handle Length (in.)
Shaft Length (in.)
Tip Size
Multiple Tip Sizes


Color Family
Drive Style
Hand Tool Type
Individual or Specialty Screwdriver
Handle Material
Comfort Grip
Magnetic Tip
Number of Pieces
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Please refer to the attached warranty document in the Product Overview section above under Info & Guides.

Questions & Answers


Do Standard Bits Fit?

Asked by Brian May 17, 2020

The Klein Tools model #32593 Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver is not designed to use standard bits.

Is this screwdriver magnetic

Asked by aa13 February 22, 2018

Unfortunately this is NOT a magnetic multi racheting driver. I would still recommend highly.

Where is the Klein Tolls 6 in 1 ratcheting Stubby screwdriver made in? USA? China?

Asked by jondwdwrkr September 12, 2017

I own this driver and the package lists it as made in Taiwan

Will these bits fit on the bigger 6 in 1 screwdrivers

Asked by Castillo50 April 22, 2017

The bits included with the Klein Tools 6-in-1 Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver are not designed to fit the larger screwdrivers.

Customer Reviews

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best purchase ever
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] i bought this product about 3 weeks ago and have found a use for it everyday at work. I do tons of different types of work everyday and it always comes in handy. i needed a stubby driver and once i saw the ratcheting option i was hooked! Great overall tool happy with my purchase and happy to be a part of the klein family.
by tbrah69420
by KcRell816
1 person found this helpful
A Strong Little Multi-Tipped Ratcheting Screwdriver
This is a potent little screwdriver, with more power than it looks like because of it's handle head. The head is larger in proportion to its tip, yet the distance between them is very short, so there is some kind of physics at play that gives it more power. My high school physics teacher (and basketball coach) Mr. Brookshire would be very disappointed with me that I'd forgotten what property that was. In any case, a good turn of the head gives a powerful turn of the tip of the screwdriver on the screw. The only downside is that suffered by nearly all ratcheting devices. This small screwdriver has a good ratcheting mechanism, but until the screw is fairly tight, either going in or when it's coming out, the ratcheting mechanism doesn't work. This forces you to turn the screwdriver the old-fashioned way, by moving your hand back and forth. As I mentioned, most ratcheting tools have the same problem, so this one is no different.
by DrDave
Size Counts - Stubby is a Winner
An excellent execution of a great idea. Usually, if one is using a stubby driver, it is because space is limited as is, usually, visibility. The choices are either remove the driver from the screw and re-index it, or....keep the driver in contact with the hardware and loosen one's (already probably tenuous) grip to re-index you fingers on the handle. With the ratchet function, selected by an easy to use twist ring, one can maintain their grip and contact with the hardware until the screw is fully seated or fully removed.It ratchets either clockwise or couterclockwise (anti-clockwise if you are working on an MG). A middle, "locked" position is also provided to use the driver as a conventional non-ratcheting tool. The rubber-like grip is comfortable and nicely proportioned. In addition to the two (each) sizes of flat blade and cross-head screw drivers, 1/4" and 5/16 inch hex heads may be driven using the receiver sleeve for the screw driver bits. Manufactured in Taiwan, the quality of all the component parts appears high with proper fit and function.
by DonK
3 people found this helpful
Bits lock securely in this little driver
This review is for the Klein 6-in-1 Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver. I was granted an opportunity to try out the Klein Tools 32593 Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver and I’m glad I took the opportunity! It has replaced two stubby screwdrivers in my “go-to” tool tote (one Phillips head, one straight blade). The Klein comes with two Phillips bits (#1 and #2), two straight blade bits (3/16” and ¼”) and two nut drivers (1/4” and 5/16”), and everything stores “on board”. The bits are reversible, as are the drivers – see photos below on how it works. The ratcheting feature can be set to forward, reverse, or locked-in-place (which turns the ratcheting feature off and turns the unit into a regular screwdriver). The bits are not, unfortunately, exactly the same design as comes with standard drill sets, etc. The bits have locking pins (actually they’re round, not pins) that secure the bits into the drive holder. This is great for keeping everything secure but not so great if you want to put in a bit from a different kit. The upside is that it's unlikely that I'll pull the screwdriver away and find the bit has been left in the work, which has happened to me with multi-tip drives that use magnets to secure the bits in the drive. As I noted I’ve replaced two screwdrivers with the single Klein – but the Klein actually outweighed them both together! Everything about the Klein is solid – all of the bits require a solid push to insert or a solid pull to remove from the drive holder. Even taking the drive holder out of the screwdriver takes a solid effort. I haven’t noticed any tendency for the Klein to strip bits, or for the ratcheting mechanism to fail. However, I tend to use multi-tip tools a bit more gently than a single purpose screwdriver and don’t put a ton of torque on them. I suppose it’s entirely possible to have a nut or screw that is secured so tightly that the torque required to remove it exceeds the torque level of the Klein ratcheting mechanism. If I’m up against a stubborn fixture, then I use a ‘regular’ screwdriver or reinforced nut driver. YMMV. The screwdriver (with bits inserted) measures three and ½” long and one and 3/8” wide. The handle is easy to grip even with slippery hands – the rubber allows a good grip, at least with my medium sized hands. The warranty supplied by Klein is against defects and workmanship; there is no time limit on the warranty that I could find. Of course “fair wear and tear” or product abuse isn’t covered (I take that to mean that I shouldn’t use the straight blade to open cans of paint, or pound on the handle with a hammer, etc.). The Klein is a welcome addition to my ‘go to’ tool tote. HTH Regards, Jim
by WarrenJim
1 person found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Great screwdriver for tight places
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I had screwdriver several months now and it’s another quality tool made by Klein! This screwdriver has got me out several tight jams and the ratcheting action it is very smooth I would recommend this for anyone’s tool bag it’s a must and well worth its cost!!!
by Jarhead
Amazing for HVAC Techs
I bought this a yr ago to put hose clamps on in tight spaces in furnaces. I enjoy so much the company and every employee has bought 1. It's a must have in my opinion.
by Josh46
Very handy
I bought this awhile ago and it has helped out a lot in some small spaces
by Rawdawg
Sturdy and works great, just what I was looking for....
Sturdy and works great, just what I was looking for.
by ProblemSolver
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