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    Default Handy mini screw driver - Good for Hobbits and sun/reading glasses

    Here's a cool little screwdriver I just picked up, Only $7 shipped. Good looking Quality and lifetime warranty.

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    Good for Hobbits?

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    You can get them at K-Mart for $3.99.
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    I use Weidmuller tools and nothing else for mini/small screwdrivers. Simply the best IMO.

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    http://compare.ebay.com/like/1608758...Types&var=sbar

    The above is my standard for such a tool. Available in Torx as well. Great for anything from small electrical work to jewelry to removing wall plates. The best things about it? Durability, ease of use and it will not break when you throw it down into a tool box. 5 bucks at Home Depot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Here's a cool little screwdriver I just picked up, Only $7 shipped. Good looking Quality and lifetime warranty.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/400511403232...84.m1497.l2649


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    Looks to me like this screwdriver is a lot shorter than my set of miniature screwdrivers and many others, which is a great advantage in tight spots.
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    I good mini-screw driver is always a nice upgrade from the cheap ones; I've had a few break on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by treitz3 View Post
    http://compare.ebay.com/like/1608758...Types&var=sbar

    The above is my standard for such a tool. Available in Torx as well. Great for anything from small electrical work to jewelry to removing wall plates. The best things about it? Durability, ease of use and it will not break when you throw it down into a tool box. 5 bucks at Home Depot.

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    +1. It's my favorite too. I got one with general flat and philps head and the other one with torx at HD. The longer bit length helps a lot in many situations.
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