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Wowstick 1P+ 19-in-1 Electric Precision Screwdriver Set US$13 (~A$17.64) AU Stock Delivered @ Banggood

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These electric precision screwdriver sets are always popular so here's one on flash with a coupon to bring that price down a little bit more and a good deal being under $20. It also ships from BG's AU warehouse as a bonus.

This one is powered by 2 AAA batteries so you can put your stash of Eneloop/LADDA rechargeable AAA's to good use.

  • Apply the coupon BG021941 at checkout.

AU$ based on current Mastercard rate at time of posting and stackable with cashback.

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  • SL1.0/ SL2.0/ SL3.0
  • T5/ T6/ T8
  • P2/ P5/ P6
  • H2.5/ H3
  • SQ0/ 3.0/ Y2.5/ U3.0
  • Screwdriver(4x28mm)

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Comments

  • If the batteries run down, does the motor lock the shaft in place for manual use?

    • +1

      It does on the rechargeable, so maybe.

      • +2

        Just checked. It does do manual operation.

    • +1

      Yep, you can use it manually like a normal screwdriver.

      I have one of these at work to disassemble laptops. Only thing i find is if nuts are tight you need to manually lossen them before you can use the motor

      • +1

        I've got one as well. They work well unless the screws are even a little bit tight

    • +1

      Yea you can use it as a normal screwdriver but dont apply to much torque as i did, mine works okay but its not the same since i went full ham on a screw lol.

  • Wohoo got it. Pay in aud 18.01

  • +2

    The above is not the same as Wowstick 1F+ 64 In 1 Electric Screwdriver
    https://www.banggood.com/Wowstick-1F+-64-In-1-Electric-Screw...

    • +3

      Well no otherwise it would say Wowstick 1F+ 64 In 1 Electric Screwdriver :-)

      • I bought the Wowstick 1F+ 64 In 1 for $25
        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/616340

        • Nice. It is however larger and a small 280mAh rechargeable battery. Most people might prefer but not looking for rechargeable myself. This one is smaller and allows one to quickly switch out the batteries (2xAAA) rather than waiting for a recharge when on the road etc. Wish it had 64 bits like the 1F+ 64…..that would be nice!

          • @Borg: Which one is stronger? The torque

            • @ChiMot: if you need more torque this might help: Makita XGT 40V Max Brushless 3/4" Impact Wrench

              https://www.bunnings.com.au/makita-xgt-40v-max-brushless-3-4...

              • @Rickrone: No i meant between 1f and 1p which stronger

                • +1

                  @ChiMot: Why not just open each on a Webpage side by side and you can compare the differences as there are many, Torque, Rotation Speeds, Battery types, inclusions etc. Oh and torque is about the same between the two:
                  This one = Dual Torque 0.12/3N.m and the 1F is Dual Torque 0.15/3N.m

  • +1

    Anyone know if the bits from the Xiaomi Mijia 24 in 1 are the same size and would fit in this?

    This one: https://banggood.app.link/gHTsLNJhnkb

    • +2

      It's the same. I have both and use the bits in the mijia kit because it's easier to access than the tube

    • exactly the same

  • Registered as a new user, got a US$2 bonus + free gift. $15.24 for the screw driver. I'll probably use it about once every 1-2 years.

    • You should have got 2 then…

  • +2

    Perfect timing, will go nicely with my next mechanical keyboard build

    • -2

      Are you a musician ?

      • +2

        They're a driver

        of screws

  • Got one - thanks Op. Sucker for cool screw driver sets. Can't resist!

    • +2

      Lets hope the screws cant resist either.

  • Only gives me the option of express shipping, I must be missing something

    • +1

      It's a bug. I know there was a fix for it somewhere in a previous deal. Maybe entering the address in your profile? I really can't remember so hopefully someone else does.

      • +1

        I just had to manually input my address, I assumed I would auto fill as I was signed into my account

    • one i manually filled in my address and clicked save, the post options updated

  • Thanks for deal. I have wanted one for years, but couldn't justify the cost vs times I would use. I am looking forward to using it, on all those laptop and phone screws changing batteries.

  • Wow stick , fk me what a name

  • Brought one… Just because. Cheers

    • Hasn’t arrived yet though

  • come up $18.62 after the discount coded with regular free shipping :(

    • Untick insurance 40cents

      • ahhhhhh, is there a way to change settings so this doesn't automatically pop up.

  • Couldn't select standard shipping, only express was available.

  • Great buy at this price.

    I have had this for about 5 years, the only downside is that it is quite heavy on battery use. I also found rechargeable cells (being only 1.2v) didn't provide enough torque. YMMV.

    Still, a no brainer at under $20.

    • Can you instal bigger batteries?

      • +1

        Just two AAA's max.

  • Bought one.
    What do I use this for
    ?

    Any good use cases please

    • +1

      keyboard

    • +1

      Makes it easier to unscrew/screw electronic devices. For example, the Pixel 2 xl had 11 tiny screws .

  • Will need this for my next trip to space station. NASA making us get our own tools!

  • Coupon use has expired, was only for first 200.

  • Anyone got a fix to select reg shipping, I only get express shipping for $7.90 =(

    • Scroll up in the comments 😉

  • Kogan sells for $52.99.

  • -1

    Just received it, and it turned out to be utterly junk. It hardly have any torque and at best can be used to drive screws on a PC.

    • Precision screwdrivers are intended for use on the small stuff like phones and laptops. If you're wanting something with more power then grab an Ozito.

    • It clearly states in the description that it is Dual Torque 0.12/3N.m and video reviews note that one may need to untighten tight screws first by hand rotation using the driver and then use the power to remove. That's normal for these and is fine for what they were designed for i.e. Laptops, PCs, small electronics etc.

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