Traditional wooden handled cabinet screwdrivers. Forged blades are fitted with oval section cabinet-style beechwood handles. Available in a range of sizes, all with carefully and finely ground tips making screwdriving a pleasure instead of a chore.
7 January 2013
Well made and good valuePretty much what you see in the picture. They serve the purpose and are well made considering how cheap they are. The handles are slightly oval in shape (helps prevent them from rolling off the workbench) but turn fully round in the section next to the ferrule. They are stained a not particularly pleasant urine yellowish colour but the wood grain shows nicely. I don't know what the wood is, but there are no knots are perceptible weaknesses. The ferrule is about 1 mm thick and stamped out in a single piece. The blade is fitted adequately but it's here where a more expensive screwdriver would probably be better with a neater fit (not that it's off centre or un-sturdy in any way). The blade is fairly symmetrical, although not perfect, and with slightly sharp edges. nothing a quick filing and/or wet & dry paper can't soften up. The shaft is fairly round with just a few flat edges showing if you look closely. The business end is square and crisp.