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Stanley FatMax Standard Ratchet Screwdriver And 12 Piece Bit Set $16.85, 6 Piece Hexagon Bit Set $12.85 @ Bunnings

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$16.85 Stanley FatMax Standard Ratchet Screwdriver And 12 Piece Bit Set

The Stanley Fatmax Standard Ratchet Screwdriver And 12 Piece Bit Set consists of a professional ratchet screwdriver with 12 hex bits. Perfect for the maintenance man who may need a range of screwdrivers at any time.

The Stanley Fatmax Standard Ratchet Screwdriver And 12 Piece Bit Set specifications are as follows,
Number of Pieces 12
Screwdriver Type Interchangeable
Set Contents Ratchet with 12 Bits
Tip Size Flat: 5, 6.5, 8 mm, Phillips: PH1, PH2, PH3, Pozidriv: PZ1, PZ2; PZ3, Torx: T10, T15, T20
Tip Type Flat, Phillips, Pozidriv, Torx

3 position 40 tooth ratchet with left, right and central fixed options
On tool bit storage for easy transportation of bits
Soft grip, large handle fits comfortable in your palm of your hand

$12.85 Stanley FatMax Stubby Ratchet Screwdriver And 6 Piece Hexagon Bit Set

Stanley Stubby Ratchet Driver and Hexagon Bit Set consists of a professional stubby ratchet screwdriver with 6 hex bits. Ideal for use in confined spaces and small enough to fit comfortable in your pocket. Perfect for the maintenance man who may need a range of screwdrivers at any time.

Stanley Stubby Ratchet Driver and Hexagon Bit Set specifications are as follows,
Number of Pieces 6
Screwdriver Type Interchangeable
Set Contents Ratchet with 6 Bits
Tip Size Flat: 5, 6.5 mm, Phillips: PH1, PH2, Pozidriv: PZ1, PZ2
Tip Type Flat, Phillips, Pozidriv

3 position 40 tooth ratchet with left, right and central fixed options
On tool bit storage for easy transportation of bits
Soft grip, large handle fits comfortable in your palm of your hand

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  • +1 vote

    Super handy. Thanks OP

  • +1 vote

    Great screwdriver have one currently 2 years old used daily very durable only complaint would be plastic grip frays when worn

  • +1 vote

    Just picked up one of each. Moving house soon - should make the inevitable flat pack assembly nightmare a little easier.

    No sale tags on the shelves but they scanned at the lower prices at the register.

    Note that this one with the pistol grip is right next to the longer one on the shelf and looks almost identical - I picked up the wrong one at first.
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/stanley-fatmax-pistol-grip-ratch...

    • +5 votes

      For many tasks you're better off with a cheap powered screwdriver or a low powered electric drill w/ speed control.

      But at $16 its still nice to have for very small jobs.

      • +3 votes

        I would go further, and say that if you are doing any serious screwing you dont really want a big heavy screwdriver with an oversized handle as it takes more effort to use and is slower. On top of that most screws I have used aren't tight enough to be able to use the ratchet effectively, which kinda makes me think these are really niche products that you either buy because you only have space for an all in one, or for those odd occasions where a ratchet os useful. I dont have these screwdrivers but I have a couple of other ratcheting ones and they are almost never the preferred choice, at least for me

        • +1 vote

          These can lock so they behave like a regular screwdriver. Yes they are bulkier but that is for the bit on command convenience. Larger handles are easier to use but could be marginally slower.

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      Why one of each when one set has all the pieces the ither set has?

  • -1 vote

    Aren't these the regular prices?

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    Do the tips go inside?

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    Hi All,
    Just a bit new to tools/screwdriver and planning to buy a good set for home use - was comparing this with Stanley 49 Piece Screwdriver Set @ Bunnings (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/410040).
    Can I please request some guidance on which one to go for.
    Thanks in advance.
    :-)

    • +2 votes

      Grab that kit, great screwdriver it is but the kit will last longer

    • +1 vote

      A lot of people will probably have that set. That's why I'm hesitant to buy this one - already heaps of various screwdriver sets and bits, including a powered one.
      The main appeal this has for me which is why I'm kinda tempted still is cos it sounds nicely portable; large single screwdriver size with 12 bits.

    • +1 vote

      Based on "Just a bit new" - Read the comments on that set, they are pretty good overall….fwiw IMO there are good points to both - ratchet is excellent for lotta screws to be done in the one job, saves that tired wrist feeling but a non ratchet means you can feel comfortable with applying more pressure as they always feel more solid (note always be mindful of over-tightening which can wreck the screw/material being worked on)…as an aside an inexpensive (not "cheap")drill with screwing facility is a great investment for lotta screws jobs.

      Finally one of the ways prices are cut is to use "softer" metal…..that's why "cheap" is "tread warily" as "soft" metals just cause frustration.

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        Thanks havebeerbelywillsumo .
        Take a bow. :-)

        • +1 vote

          Thanks for saying that, really hate it when someone says "new to this", so you make an effort to reply but then hear nothing back at all.

          IMO "tools" is one area where experience counts…it is a real pleasure to use something decent AND (later) think "I bought this 20 years ago and it's still handy, sure it cost a bit at the time but now…."what a great move that was".

    • +1 vote

      I would definitely recommend you start of with a decent screwdriver set as opposed to this deal.

      The reason i suggest a good set first is because you will innevitably come accross screws that are inset in a casing that the head of this ratcheting screwdriver, the part that the 'bits' slot in to, is enlarged and cannot fit into those tight spaces.

      I have had my set for over 15 years and have come accross this scenario countless times that ratcheting one would not have worked.

      You also get varying lengths in a set which does come in handy. Sometimes you need the reach of a long driver and sometimes a stubby for tight spaces.

      A good basic (flat head) screwdriver can also be handy for prying, leveraging, banging with a hammer for various reasons etc

      This ratcheting screwdriver may be handy in addition to a good basic set.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP

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    I grabbed the last $16.85 at Smithfield. Father’s Day pressie for me sorted - better than getting a pair of socks

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    found out Kincrome brand 13 in 1 ratchet cheaper, bought that one instead of this

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    I can without a doubt say that this is the worst screw driver I have ever used.
    Save your money.
    I am still trying to figure out why they didn't stick with their old design.