Hi, guys. This is Dave from Expert Trades, DCB Plumbing and Heating. Today, I've come home for my lunch, and of course from the main men themselves, they have sent me the Wiha PZ2, so the Pozi drivers. These are, if you can see there of course, very good quality, with a good guarantee on them, I do believe, Pozi drive bits. I do have here something obviously in comparison, if you'd like to see comparison-wise what we're talking.
Difference-wise, the difference between these ones and the original ones, the original ones do not go straight into my, I don't know if everybody else is the same, but my Milwaukee Fuel M18 impact driver, because it doesn't have the shank on the side. Whereas this one, if absolutely necessary, could go straight in rather than having to need obviously a bit holder at the same time. Of course, I suppose, it's not a problem if you need extra length. Everybody likes a good bit of length, but with these especially, what I'd like to show you when it comes to this, of course, is I do think there is so much better or less movement in the actual screws. This is just a typical two and a half inch 10 screw. I do feel you get a lot less movement once the bit is actually seated, to these ones, which you do get actually quite a bit of movement.
That's not a particularly old bit; it's not like it's been used. I believe these ones are DeWalt or something like that, just something I picked up from ScrewFix or wherever. These ones do seem to have a lot more tighter fit. It's actually the same in something a little bit small, something like this, which is a six gauge. You know, as you can see, it's a massive difference. Massive difference, the actually fitting there. It's just superb, whereas that, as you can see, it is just more chance to roam around and fall out.
The quality of it does seem extra high. I've got this on setting three, if anybody else has an impact driver. You know, it's almost, it's instant. Whereas with the other one you've got some type of slipping. Sometimes, not always, of course. But holding it in, it's not the same. It's just not the same. So trying to hold it, same thing, same board, gotta ... Without holding onto it, I know it's a lot further away of course. Let me just do a comparison for that one, then. So. There's so little movement, it keeps it a lot straighter and a lot purer in the actual screw itself, so I have to admit, on first review of these and just getting them, I don't think I'll be buying anything else, because the actual, the quality of these and the sturdiness of the material it's made out of does seem extremely high quality. So good job lads, I'm very, very impressed with them. Take care.