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Channellock 131CB 13-in-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver | Multi-Bit Storage | 1/4-Inch Nut Driver | Quick-Load Handle with Cushion Grip | 28-Tooth Ratchet Mechanism Provides up to 225 lbs. of Torque
Channellock 131CB 13-in-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver | Multi-Bit Storage | 1/4-Inch Nut Driver | Quick-Load Handle with Cushion Grip | 28-Tooth Ratchet Mechanism Provides up to 225 lbs. of Torque
Channellock 131CB 13-in-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver | Multi-Bit Storage | 1/4-Inch Nut Driver | Quick-Load Handle with Cushion Grip | 28-Tooth Ratchet Mechanism Provides up to 225 lbs. of Torque
Channellock 131CB 13-in-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver | Multi-Bit Storage | 1/4-Inch Nut Driver | Quick-Load Handle with Cushion Grip | 28-Tooth Ratchet Mechanism Provides up to 225 lbs. of Torque
Channellock 131CB 13-in-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver | Multi-Bit Storage | 1/4-Inch Nut Driver | Quick-Load Handle with Cushion Grip | 28-Tooth Ratchet Mechanism Provides up to 225 lbs. of Torque

Channellock 131CB 13-in-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver | Multi-Bit Storage | 1/4-Inch Nut Driver | Quick-Load Handle with Cushion Grip | 28-Tooth Ratchet Mechanism Provides up to 225 lbs. of Torque

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  • Ratcheting action for fast, easy two-way operation
  • 28 tooth ratchet provides 225 inch lbs. of torque
  • Dual composition grip for comfort
  • 13 different tips to fit any job
  • Convenient bit storage
  • Multiple bit load (1/4" Hex Shaft)

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The Sweethome pick This was the Sweethome's choice as the best ratcheting screwdriver, and it's no wonder: from the precision of the ratchet to the satisfying slide and click to access the bits, this is extraordinarily well made. My 7-year-old son asked if he could have this when I am old and in a wheelchair and can no longer use a screwdriver. Only thing I wish it had was a gear system that increased the turn of the bit with each time you turn the handle. I had a screwdriver like that for close to 30 years and the gears finally began to give out. Would love to find it again, but I suspect the company no longer exists. 5Get you one of these. I had been looking for a tool like this after watching a technician work on my motor-coach. He was using the Snap-On version of this tool. I looked hard at those but wasn t willing to give up body parts to pay for it. I stumbled on the Channellock version and made the purchase. It has been several weeks and a lot of projects. I could not be more pleased. This is a well designed toool. I especially like the fine tooth ratcheting mechanism. It has really come in handy for those hard to reach, limited movement screws. You know the ones. The magazine of attachment bits is well provisioned with a nice assortment of useful drivers. While the color isn t my favorite, I don t have to hunt for it among the other tools - it sort of jumps out at you. Now that I have one, I would not be without it 5Best screwdriver I've owned This is the best screwdriver I've owned. It replaces several of my Stanley screwdrivers that all had shortcomings. This has longer bits that are readily accessible in the quick slide compartment. Thats a bit improvement over those little bits that never come out when you want them to. The ratcheting on this is much smoother and quieter and has twice the number of teeth on it compared to most ratcheting screwdrivers, reducing wear and reducing effort. It also is very ergonomic, has a great grip and is very comfortable to hold. It seems expensive, but it is actually cheaper than the three screwdrivers it replaced and it frees up space and reduces weight in my tool bag. I believe it said it was made in Canada. It seems and feels like high quality. 5I am hiding this from my husband Just received this screw driver. It looks like it will come in handy with the various sizes of bits. The screw driver is made in Canada and the bits are made in Taiwan. My husband likes to borrow my tools, then he misplaces them so that's why I am keeping it in a secret place. 5Very good! It seems that the quality has improved a lot on Megapro/Channellock ratcheting screwdrivers since last year when I bought a 7 in 1 Compact and a 13 in 1 Automotive. They are good drivers but their shafts are loose, wobbly and rattly. The Channellock driver I recieved today does not rattle and the shaft has only negligle movements. Its directional selector (left, locked, right) is more distinct and much improved. I am well pleased with this Channellock screwdriver.I have no use of the Torx and Robertson bits so I replaced them with Megapro's metric hex bit set. Unfortunately their sizes have been most unwisely selected. I have never seen a 5.5 mm Allen screw in all my 50 years working life. The sizes 2 x 2.5mm, 3 x 4mm and 5 x 6mm had been more useful.When I hold this driver in my hand I wonder if the famous S-O ratcheting driver, costing the double price, can be any better than this Channellock. The S-O driver's bit compartment holds only four bits and has an antique screw cap. Compare that with Channellock/Megapro's clever bit storage. 5The perfect screwdriver for around the house. And maybe the shop too. Perfect around-the-house screwdriver.It has a comfortable--no, beefy--handle, good ratcheting action, and a long, slim shaft for great access compared to most ratcheting screwdrivers.The carousel of bits keeps everything organized and handy, and as a bonus, the end of the carousel can be palmed like a precision screwdriver for thread starting and finger tightening.Nothing has made me question the durability of this screwdriver yet, but these all have an Achilles Heel in the form of the ratcheting mechanism. I use mine around the house almost daily, and I'll let you know if it junks out before its time. 5Failed very quickly I ordered it December 8, 2018, and it died December 28, 2018. After, admittedly, assembling about three quarters of a new apartment s Ikea, but come on.Best designed screwdriver I ve ever had, but I really expected it to last a little longer than that. 1They should mention that the standard 1 inch long bits ... They should mention that the standard 1 inch long bits will not work with the screwdriver without some sort of modification. The 1 inch bits are to short and don't protrude out of the end of the screwdriver. 3Quality but still a toy. Good ratcheting screwdriver. I don't get as much use out of it as I thought but my co-workers love it. I did manage to twist the small flathead bit while tightening a Phoenix contact ground terminal so I took stars off. I bought some wiha drivers and I'm able to crank on the 2.5 flathead (super narrow) and the thing has never twisted. I look at the wiha each time I put a lot of torque on it due to the fact my channellock flathead twisted and its much wider than the wiha. 2Time will tell... I am still getting used to this, so I may change my opinion later. If so, I will certainly revise my review. So far, I like it. This is replacing my Klein 11-in-1 which is a very nice tool also. My main purpose in using this one is to get more functionality from fewer tools. I don't like carrying too much on my person, so I thought I could give this 18-in-1 a try. It seems very solid and I like the comfortable grip. There are ample bits in the handle and they are easy to change. The unit is heavier than my Klein which is to be expected. The metal cap screws onto the plastic threads of the handle with a little difficulty, but I am getting used to it and it will probably get easier as it is broken in. The only real complaint that I have is the overall length. It is considerably longer than I feel is necessary, and it may become a problem when used it tight places. The ratcheting feature works fine, but, because it is my first ratcheting screw driver, I keep forgetting to switch it to the proper direction.Update, June 14, 2017:Ok, time for a more experienced review.THE GOODI am still slightly bothered by the heft and length of this screwdrive, but less so than I was originally. The metal cap which screws onto the plastic handle has proven to be a non-issue. I am pleased with the ratcheting functionTHE BADThe quality of the bits is very poor. I swear they are made of some very soft lead alloy. I have only seen phillips head bits round off like this in the cheapest dime store tools. This is disappointing to me because the name "Channellock" has always made me think of high quality. Despite any other virtues this tool may possess, if the tips round off, it becomes useless. Ultimately, it is a good idea but poorly executed due to poor materials. Thus, I am downgrading my review from 4 stars to 1 star.If, perchance, anyone from Channellock is reading this, please, please, PLEASE step up the quality of your tools by using some real steel in them. 1
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The Sweethome pick This was the Sweethome's choice as the best ratcheting screwdriver, and it's no wonder: from the precision of the ratchet to the satisfying slide and click to access the bits, this is extraordinarily well made. My 7-year-old son asked if he could have this when I am old and in a wheelchair and can no longer use a screwdriver. Only thing I wish it had was a gear system that increased the turn of the bit with each time you turn the handle. I had a screwdriver like that for close to 30 years and the gears finally began to give out. Would love to find it again, but I suspect the company no longer exists. 5Get you one of these. I had been looking for a tool like this after watching a technician work on my motor-coach. He was using the Snap-On version of this tool. I looked hard at those but wasn t willing to give up body parts to pay for it. I stumbled on the Channellock version and made the purchase. It has been several weeks and a lot of projects. I could not be more pleased. This is a well designed toool. I especially like the fine tooth ratcheting mechanism. It has really come in handy for those hard to reach, limited movement screws. You know the ones. The magazine of attachment bits is well provisioned with a nice assortment of useful drivers. While the color isn t my favorite, I don t have to hunt for it among the other tools - it sort of jumps out at you. Now that I have one, I would not be without it 5Best screwdriver I've owned This is the best screwdriver I've owned. It replaces several of my Stanley screwdrivers that all had shortcomings. This has longer bits that are readily accessible in the quick slide compartment. Thats a bit improvement over those little bits that never come out when you want them to. The ratcheting on this is much smoother and quieter and has twice the number of teeth on it compared to most ratcheting screwdrivers, reducing wear and reducing effort. It also is very ergonomic, has a great grip and is very comfortable to hold. It seems expensive, but it is actually cheaper than the three screwdrivers it replaced and it frees up space and reduces weight in my tool bag. I believe it said it was made in Canada. It seems and feels like high quality. 5I am hiding this from my husband Just received this screw driver. It looks like it will come in handy with the various sizes of bits. The screw driver is made in Canada and the bits are made in Taiwan. My husband likes to borrow my tools, then he misplaces them so that's why I am keeping it in a secret place. 5Very good! It seems that the quality has improved a lot on Megapro/Channellock ratcheting screwdrivers since last year when I bought a 7 in 1 Compact and a 13 in 1 Automotive. They are good drivers but their shafts are loose, wobbly and rattly. The Channellock driver I recieved today does not rattle and the shaft has only negligle movements. Its directional selector (left, locked, right) is more distinct and much improved. I am well pleased with this Channellock screwdriver.I have no use of the Torx and Robertson bits so I replaced them with Megapro's metric hex bit set. Unfortunately their sizes have been most unwisely selected. I have never seen a 5.5 mm Allen screw in all my 50 years working life. The sizes 2 x 2.5mm, 3 x 4mm and 5 x 6mm had been more useful.When I hold this driver in my hand I wonder if the famous S-O ratcheting driver, costing the double price, can be any better than this Channellock. The S-O driver's bit compartment holds only four bits and has an antique screw cap. Compare that with Channellock/Megapro's clever bit storage. 5The perfect screwdriver for around the house. And maybe the shop too. Perfect around-the-house screwdriver.It has a comfortable--no, beefy--handle, good ratcheting action, and a long, slim shaft for great access compared to most ratcheting screwdrivers.The carousel of bits keeps everything organized and handy, and as a bonus, the end of the carousel can be palmed like a precision screwdriver for thread starting and finger tightening.Nothing has made me question the durability of this screwdriver yet, but these all have an Achilles Heel in the form of the ratcheting mechanism. I use mine around the house almost daily, and I'll let you know if it junks out before its time. 5Failed very quickly I ordered it December 8, 2018, and it died December 28, 2018. After, admittedly, assembling about three quarters of a new apartment s Ikea, but come on.Best designed screwdriver I ve ever had, but I really expected it to last a little longer than that. 1They should mention that the standard 1 inch long bits ... They should mention that the standard 1 inch long bits will not work with the screwdriver without some sort of modification. The 1 inch bits are to short and don't protrude out of the end of the screwdriver. 3Quality but still a toy. Good ratcheting screwdriver. I don't get as much use out of it as I thought but my co-workers love it. I did manage to twist the small flathead bit while tightening a Phoenix contact ground terminal so I took stars off. I bought some wiha drivers and I'm able to crank on the 2.5 flathead (super narrow) and the thing has never twisted. I look at the wiha each time I put a lot of torque on it due to the fact my channellock flathead twisted and its much wider than the wiha. 2Time will tell... I am still getting used to this, so I may change my opinion later. If so, I will certainly revise my review. So far, I like it. This is replacing my Klein 11-in-1 which is a very nice tool also. My main purpose in using this one is to get more functionality from fewer tools. I don't like carrying too much on my person, so I thought I could give this 18-in-1 a try. It seems very solid and I like the comfortable grip. There are ample bits in the handle and they are easy to change. The unit is heavier than my Klein which is to be expected. The metal cap screws onto the plastic threads of the handle with a little difficulty, but I am getting used to it and it will probably get easier as it is broken in. The only real complaint that I have is the overall length. It is considerably longer than I feel is necessary, and it may become a problem when used it tight places. The ratcheting feature works fine, but, because it is my first ratcheting screw driver, I keep forgetting to switch it to the proper direction.Update, June 14, 2017:Ok, time for a more experienced review.THE GOODI am still slightly bothered by the heft and length of this screwdrive, but less so than I was originally. The metal cap which screws onto the plastic handle has proven to be a non-issue. I am pleased with the ratcheting functionTHE BADThe quality of the bits is very poor. I swear they are made of some very soft lead alloy. I have only seen phillips head bits round off like this in the cheapest dime store tools. This is disappointing to me because the name "Channellock" has always made me think of high quality. Despite any other virtues this tool may possess, if the tips round off, it becomes useless. Ultimately, it is a good idea but poorly executed due to poor materials. Thus, I am downgrading my review from 4 stars to 1 star.If, perchance, anyone from Channellock is reading this, please, please, PLEASE step up the quality of your tools by using some real steel in them. 1
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