You alright guys, Nicholas here, doing a review for Expert Trades. What I have this month are the Klein Phillips screwdrivers, really. Tested up to 1,000 volts. As you know, most screwdrivers are for the electricians now. Both of them are Phillips head, so ideally, they're for consumer units and stuff. These are the only ones I was given. I'm guessing that they're the flatheads. But, from what I know, they're good screwdrivers.
As you can see, the two different sizes. This one would be your probably most used one. But, the one thing that I do like about them is, a lot of screwdrivers, when you see this rubber edge, they're pretty flat and smooth, so when you're screwing, it's burning your hand, and you ain't got as much grip as you should, where, what I've noticed with these is you've got these little grooves, and when you kind of hold 'em, I've noticed your hand don't slip, and you get much more grip when screwing something in.
I would do a demonstration, but we all know how a screwdriver works. And, as you can see, you've got your size in there, so it's easy to pick out the right one you need, which, you might know already. Same on both. You've got your little logo as Klein Tools. And, obviously, I'm not too sure if you've used Klein Tools before. They are usually a bit more of an expensive brand, a lot of people are using CK and stuff.
But, overall, I've gotta give 'em a good review. Thumbs up. They have been really good. You can't say anything wrong about them. They're sleek, small, thinner edges, so they're easy to get into consumer units. No more cutting away at them. They're brilliant, to be honest.
And, if you notice, the heads are a lot more of a thicker-type groove, so they're not singeing away the screw, and even ruining the tip of the screwdriver.
So, overall, massive thumbs up with these. From what I know, both of these were around 10 pound, which, for good tools, you pay good money, get the job done easier.
But, yeah, that's been it. Nicholas from Expert Trades. Have a lovely day.