Screwdrivers are the hand tool to tighten or loosen screws that can not be missing in any toolbox at home or workshop.
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What is a tamper-evident screwdriver?
A tamper-evident screwdriver is a type of screwdriver that cannot be easily damaged or destroyed. These tools are often made of strong materials, such as metal or advanced polymers, and often incorporate various safety features to prevent the user from accidentally damaging the screwdriver itself. In addition, tamper-evident screwdrivers usually have a lifetime guarantee. As such, they can be considered the opposite of disposable or easily breakable screwdrivers. Although they tend to be more expensive than regular screwdrivers, tamper-proof screwdrivers can often save money in the long run by lasting longer and requiring fewer replacements.
What is a flexible screwdriver?
A flexible screwdriver is a type of screwdriver with a shaft that can be bent or twisted to allow the user to reach into tight spaces. This flexibility makes them ideal for use in situations where standard screwdrivers are too large or awkward to use. Flexible screwdrivers are also usually shorter than regular screwdrivers, making them easier to handle in tight spaces. In addition, many flexible screwdrivers have built-in bit holders that allow the user to easily switch between different screwdriver bits.
What are screwdriver bits?
A driver bit is an easily interchangeable part that snaps onto the screwdriver shaft to fit the head of the screw. Depending on the type of screw, the tip can be flat, rounded or Philips... Screwdriver bits are usually made of steel, chrome vanadium or titanium. Steel tips are cheaper, but they can damage the screw head if not aligned precisely. Chrome vanadium tips are more expensive but more resistant to damage and titanium is the most expensive but also the most durable.