Williams WRS-1 Magnetic Ratcheting Screwdriver
- 9-Inch long
- Includes 5 bits
- Ergonomically designed handle for greater user comfort and control
- Heavy duty 3 way on off locked ratcheting mechanism allows consistent and smooth operation
- Powerful magnetic shank securely holds bit in place before, during, after the job application
Descripción del producto
¿Ergo? Mango diseñado económicamente para mayor comodidad para el usuario y control Hi-impact mango de plástico para mayor resistencia y flexibilidad en todo tipo de aplicaciones de trabajo pesados 3 way on-off-bloqueado mecanismo de trinquete permite constante y funcionamiento suave potente filo cierre magnético sujeta de manera segura en su sitio antes de bit, durante y después el trabajo de aplicación de acero inoxidable elimina los problemas de chrome astillamientos o fácil de óxido de almacenamiento a su asa
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- Both turn smoothly with a very pleasing feel
- Both have 26 ratchet steps per revolution
- Both have 2 pawls (that I could feel)
- Both have similar deflection when loaded off-axis
It is true that the shaft of the Williams driver is not knurled, but that seems a minor benefit for about twice the cost.
In sum, this is a great alternative to the Snap-on if you are not interested in paying simply for the name.
The snapon version is only black if you get the long shank. Red and orange are the current offerings. SSDMRT4 is $63 off the truck. The brownells rebrand is $35 ( pn WRST4 ), not surprisingly this williams has the exact same part number for almost the same price.
So if you want a cheaper snapon ratcheting driver and like blue - get the brownells, if like me you like everything black hard handle, get the williams.
The ratchet action is smooth and precise, and I don't feel anything bending or twisting when I put a lot of torque on it. I'm happy with its performance.
The handle is hollow, and you can toss a lot of bits in there, but they will rattle around. The $7 unit held the bits in place. No rattling, and less chance of dropping or losing a bit.
One reviewer mentioned the shaft is smooth, and would prefer a texture for when you want to spin it with your fingers. I agree, although the shaft on mine does have a bit of texture to it, and I can get a decent grip on it with no trouble.
While I got my money's worth out of that $7 screwdriver, it broke while I was working on my rental unit and didn't have another screwdriver with me, so it was a big inconvenience. If this $27 unit doesn't do that to me, I'll consider it worth the money.