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Screwdrivers are a staple tool of any repair or DIY enthusiast. For electronic repairs, I normally use hand screwdrivers, but recently I've been using this rechargeable mini electric screwdriver, and it's so good it's earned a place in my toolkit.
My complaints with using rechargeable electric screwdrivers for electronics are many -- they're big and bulky, have too much power, are awkward to use in confined spaces, and usually need some proprietary charger. This one doesn't have any of those problems.
It also has three buttons -- in and out for the screw, and a button to turn on the 360° shadow-free LED lighting.
Along with the screwdriver, we also get a 48-piece precision bit set, which come in regular and extra-long, with the long ones being perfect for deeply recessed screws.
The aluminum case features a nice click-shut mechanism that prevents you from spilling your screwdriver bits all over the place. The bits are held in the tray magnetically, and this does a great job of keeping them organized.
This set comes with a bunch of tools used for gadget repair, such as tweezers, plastic pry bars, suction cups, and more, and they're decent enough quality to carry out repairs.