- DIY-Trackworld: Which screwdriver?
For fiddly areas, something like this: http://www.screwfix.com/p/fatmax-xtreme-ratchet-stubby-screwdriver-set/84979?cm_mmc=Google-_-Bestsellers-_-FatMax%20Xtreme%20-%20Best%20Sellers-_-%20ratchet%20%20Stubby%20%20Screwdriver%20%20set&gclid=CI2vsu_T7b0CFYrjwgodnrIAkgPosted 3 years ago
A stubby ratchet driver is almost essential for those stupidly awkward little spaces.
I picked up a cheapo black and decker lipo one last year, it gets used quite a lot- mostly to motorise my lathe mind, not that much unpiloted screw work but it’s been really good, and pretty much ideal for flatpack, nuts and bolts, light woodwork etc. I’d more or less sworn off orange.
Drill-driver is better if you’re actually building things from scratch, I reckon, never found a compact electric screwdriver which has the torque to push decent sized screws into wood without a pilot.Posted 3 years agonickjbSubscriber
These will do a proper job with screws. Fairly compact to get to the fiddly bits,too
Quick Google link. Shop around for best pricePosted 3 years agooldboyMember
I just bought one of these, which I think was quite a good deal:Posted 3 years ago
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