expired DANIU 25 in 1 Multi-Purpose Precision Screwdriver Set $2.55USD (~$3.20 AUD) Delivered @ Banggood

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DANIU 25 in 1 Multi-Purpose Precision Screwdriver Set $2.55USD (~$3.20 AUD) Delivered @ BanggoodAffiliate
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This deal is back on again for the reduced price of $2.55 USD. You can use either code, they are limited to 500 uses each.

I got this kit a while ago and can say it's awesome, the price you're paying is awesome just for the bag it comes in.

I have used mastercard exchange rates but if you buy in AUD on their website it is $3.28

Features:

Wallet type packing, light and portable, internal type batch head bayonet fixed, not easy to scattered, different from the traditional plastic box, easy to crush, scattered.

High precision screwdriver head, a high-end steel(chrome vanadium steel)by special heat treatment, hardness can reach HRC52-60.
Full set of 24 batch head, complete specifications, can be adapted to work in many different fields.Suitable for most digital products, various types of computer, mobile phone, camera, glasses, watches.

The handle in the aviation alloy material manufacture, light and durable, the tail adopts the precision bearing design, flexible and easy to use.
With a compact and assorted package, easy to carry everywhere.
As professional hardware tools, it provides you the most powerful function.
Suitable for most digital products, various types of computer, mobile phone, camera, glasses, watches.

Enjoy :)

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  • +4 votes

    Again … received from last deal but hasn't use it yet.

  • +7 votes

    I just received mine from last deal and got two T10s and no T15. The case broke when I tried to open it. It's cheap and you certainly get what you pay for

  • +3 votes

    Thanks OP. Just ordered one even though I didn't need it.

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    got these last deal, tried to use it to open iphone, stripped the screws….you get what you pay for

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    I got this from the last deal
    Haven't used it yet but it seems well enough made

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    Question - does the handle provide enough grip to pass on torque from your hand? Biggest problem with these are torque and trying to crack open Loctite screws.

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    It says "This coupon can only be used on products in a specific category and on orders over a certain amount." for me.?

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    I have used my set from the last deal and I have found it very useful for a number intended uses and uses not intended. As the bits fit into very confined spaces the set has proven handy. Not intended for the real, tough jobs, but for the price this is a really useful set to have! The delivery time was quite reasonable too.

  • +5 votes

    A heads up to anyone purchasing this item in the hope of using it. I ordered 3 of these in May, with the intention of using them. Order was delayed for a month, due to supplier issues. When they finally arrived, some of the important precision pieces (torx, Y or star pieces) were missing (and replaced with ordinary cross screwdrivers). I've been dealing with customer service since then trying to receive the correct items. They have poor quality control (ensuring that you receive what you paid for) and even worse customer service.

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      I agree the quality control sucks. Duplicate bits and I think I've gone cross eyed trying to identify the smaller onessince there are no size markings on bits and no info paper/card comes with it (unlike in one of the photos. Did anyone get one?)

      One thing that may help others… I also had bits that slide right out after even after being tightened but tried rotating them 180 degrees in the holder and they seem to stay put (no idea why. They look the same either side but there must be enough variation that they then stay put).

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    Cheers OP.

  • +5 votes

    Yeah I bought one of these and had problems with it as well. About 40% of the pieces would not stay in the handles despite being tightened all the way. Took about 4-5 emails to eventually get a refund. May have been just a one off but it seems that many have had different problems based on the comments here.

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    Bought a set for my son last deal, I was so impressed with it I just grabbed one to keep on my desk.

    Thanks OP :)

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    Any recommendation for a decent, solid set? Not really sure what to be looking for, other than "gooder"

  • +1 vote

    Like many others I have had issues with these, missing/damaged bits and the bits falling out, I quickly damaged 2 more bits working on a 2DS. I would recommend this set only for people who plan on using it very sparingly.

    On a side note I did manage to get a partial refund for mine, though it did take a few emails.

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    Bought a set (and a couple of other bits..) noting it may be crap but willing to give it a shot..

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    Are these sets for tiny people? It says the driver is 9.5mm long, and bits themselves are only 3.3mm long.

  • +1 vote

    So I bought this from the last deal, it's one of the most useless things I own. The grip is so bad in the thing, that even if you put your full force, you won't be able to turn the screws. But for only $3, it wasn't a bummer.

    • +2 votes

      If you have small O rings laying around they might make a nice grip fitted in the grooves.
      Alternatively and not as pretty take a file to it and and add vertical slots.

      I want these as a small convenience tool on my desk, I have several heavy duty kits if I need that level of torque.

  • +1 vote

    negatives:
    * slippery grip not good for stubborn screws (or tightening with enough force, in some situations)
    * not ideal removal and insertion of bits compared to 'regular' ways

    positives:
    * easy to carry in pocket

    suggestion:
    OK for the price, but look at ebay for many different screwdriver sets to see what you like.

    • +1 vote

      To fix the slippery grip of this screw driver is just to wrap a rubber band around the handle. Managed to get a couple of HDD magnets from WD Green drives in spite by doing this.

  • +1 vote

    The bits in these are usually a bit loose, but a gentle squeeze of the prongs with pliers will bend it to the point where it is just right.
    If it is slippery then attack it with some course sandpaper, or rub on concrete.

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    Bought one of these from the last deal.

    Absolute crap - threw it out as soon as I opened it and checked it out!

    At least I didn't lose much.

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      Seriously?
      What were you expecting?
      They're the best set of "Jewellers screwdrivers" I've ever seen, let alone owned!

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    Anyone else getting a $1.67 shipping & handling fee? Got it with both codes

    • +1 vote

      You have to change it to "No Tracking Insurance" at checkout to remove the extra $1.67 fee.

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    Invalid coupon code for me on phone

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    Got one with the last "deal". I would not pay $1 for this. This is absolutely rubbish. Build quality and ease of use… First time I used the hex, it lapped under little force.

    It's not auto magnetic operation… The bits are latched in. Some bits where in there too tight and requires considerable force to bend the metal back into the correct position.

    It also felt dirty the first time I used it. Like beyond just dusty. Borderline sticky. Who knows who's used them before.

    You get what you pay for. Go buy a set for $7 and you'll be much happier

  • +1 vote

    Shit service
    No responsibilities of delivery

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