|Assembled Depth (in.)||9.09 in||Assembled Height (in.)||1.42 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||1.42 in||Handle Length (in.)||3.5|
|Minimum tip size||#1||Shaft Length (in.)||3.5|
|Drive Style||Multi-Bit||Hand Tool Type||Multibit Screwdriver|
|Magnetic Tip||Yes||Maximum tip size||#2|
|Number of Pieces||9||Pack Size||1|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
A: Yes it is.
A: Theodore, the all-metal ratchet provides users with 2X faster driving in high-torque applications without sacrificing durability or control. Thank you - Milwaukee Tool Team
A: ITEM # 84-22-2322 Just picked up one from HD. This product DOES NOT HAVE "DOUBLE DRIVE" like KOBALT, CRAFTSMAN or HUSKY (i.e rotate in the same direction when turning or ratcheting). Its a false advertisement or meant describe something else.
A: The drive refers to the tip end that gets inserted Inter the screw head-sq1 sq2 sq3. The hex end refers to the end that is inserted into the driver handle.
A: We have a global manufacturing footprint that includes China, but not all our products are manufactured there. We’ve manufactured products in the USA since 1924. Our manufacturing facilities in Greenwood, MS, Jackson, MS, Mukwonago, WI, West Bend, WI, and Sun Prairie, WI are critical components of our global manufacturing footprint for our Power Tools, Power Tool Accessories, Hand Tool, Storage, Jobsite Lighting, and Equipment businesses. We have invested tens of millions of dollars in our domestic operations and that investment will continue.
A: You can buy replacement bits through the Milwaukee website. Home Depot does not stock replacement bits for this driver.
A: I do not have a great answer for this. I had looked to see if I could find replacement bits to replace the roberts bits included in this screwdriver and couldn’t figure anything out so I just bought the metric Allen headed screwdriver to take the bits from that. There may be a way to order them directly through Milwaukee if you have them the part number, but I imagine it is not economically feasible.