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7 Best Electric Screwdrivers (2021 Review)

Electric screwdrivers save sore wrists and make putting flat pack furniture together much easier. With plenty of power and a range of accessories, they take much of the hard work out of basic DIY jobs. They make the ideal tool to have at your disposal if “proper” power tools are a bit frightening. There are loads of cordless screwdrivers to choose from, so I carefully researched and compared the best ones, all so you don’t have to. Read on to find out what I discovered…

What is the Best Electric Screwdriver for You?

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Comparing the Best Electric Screwdrivers

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  • Best For
  • Handle Positions
  • Power
  • Batteries Supplied
  • Charge Time
  • No-Load Speed
  • Torque Settings
  • Max Torque
  • Weight
  • Accessories Included
  • Micro USB Charging Cable
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  • Bosch IXO Cordless Electric ScrewdriverBosch IXO Cordless Electric Screwdriver
    Bosch IXO Cordless Electric Screwdriver
    • Best all-round electric screwdriver
    • Handle Positions1 position
    • Power3.6V
    • Batteries Supplied1 x 1.5 Ah
    • Charge Time3 hours
    • No-Load Speed215rpm
    • Torque Settingsn/a
    • Max Torque4.5Nm
    • Weight0.3kg
    • Accessories Included10 pieces
    • Micro USB Charging CableYes
    • 4.75
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  • Makita Cordless Electric ScrewdriverMakita Cordless Electric Screwdriver
    Makita Cordless Electric Screwdriver
    • Best for serious DIYer
    • Handle Positions2 positions
    • Power3.6V
    • Batteries Supplied1 x 1.5Ah
    • Charge Time3-5 hours
    • No-Load Speed220rpm
    • Torque Settings4
    • Max Torque6Nm
    • Weight0.36kg
    • Accessories Included81 pieces
    • Micro USB Charging CableYes
    • 4.25
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  • NoCry Cordless Electric ScrewdriverNoCry Cordless Electric Screwdriver
    NoCry Cordless Electric Screwdriver
    • Best heavy duty electric screwdriver
    • Handle Positions1 position
    • Power7.2V
    • Batteries Supplied1 x 1.5Ah
    • Charge Time3-5 hours
    • No-Load Speed230rpm
    • Torque Settings5+1
    • Max Torque10Nm
    • Weight0.57kg
    • Accessories Included30 pieces
    • Micro USB Charging CableNo
    • 4.25
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  • Bosch PushDrive Cordless ScrewdriverBosch PushDrive Cordless Screwdriver
    Bosch PushDrive Cordless Screwdriver
    • Best for ease of use
    • Handle Positions1 position
    • Power3.6V
    • Batteries Supplied1 x 1.5Ah
    • Charge Time90 minutes
    • No-Load Speed360rpm
    • Torque Settingsn/a
    • Max Torque5Nm
    • Weight0.28kg
    • Accessories Included32 pieces
    • Micro USB Charging CableYes
    • 4
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  • Ryobi ERGO-A2 Cordless Screwdriver KitRyobi ERGO-A2 Cordless Screwdriver Kit
    Ryobi ERGO-A2 Cordless Screwdriver Kit
    • Best for versatility
    • Handle Positions1 position
    • Power4.0V
    • Batteries Supplied1 x 1.5Ah
    • Charge Time3 hours
    • No-Load Speed200rpm
    • Torque Settingsn/a
    • Max Torque5Nm
    • Weight0.4kg
    • Accessories Included10 pieces + 2 heads
    • Micro USB Charging CableNo
    • 4
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  • Hychika Electric ScrewdriverHychika Electric Screwdriver
    Hychika Electric Screwdriver
    • Best budget option
    • Handle Positions2 positions
    • Power3.6V
    • Batteries Supplied1 x 2.0Ah
    • Charge Time2-5 hours
    • No-Load Speed180rpm
    • Torque Settingsn/a
    • Max Torque6Nm
    • Weightunknown
    • Accessories Included36 pieces
    • Micro USB Charging CableYes
    • 3.75
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  • Posenpro Electric Cordless ScrewdriverPosenpro Electric Cordless Screwdriver
    Posenpro Electric Cordless Screwdriver
    • Best for power and value
    • Handle Positions2 positions
    • Power7.2V
    • Batteries Supplied1 x 1.5Ah
    • Charge Time3-5 hours
    • No-Load Speed290rpm
    • Torque Settings6+1
    • Max Torque9Nm
    • Weightunknown
    • Accessories Included48 pieces
    • Micro USB Charging CableNo
    • 4
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In-Depth Reviews of Our Recommended Electric Screwdrivers

Bosch IXO Cordless Electric ScrewdriverBosch IXO Cordless Electric Screwdriver

Best all-round electric screwdriver

Build Quality
Performance
Ease of Use
Value for Money
Overall
4.75
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Bosch IXO Cordless Electric Screwdriver review

Specifications

  • Handle Positions: 1 position
  • Power: 3.6V
  • Batteries Supplied: 1 x 1.5 Ah
  • Charge Time: 3 hours
  • No-Load Speed: 215rpm
  • Torque Settings: n/a
  • Max Torque: 4.5Nm
  • Weight: 0.3kg
  • Accessories Included: 10 pieces
  • Micro USB Charging Cable: Yes

In our opinion the Bosch IXO Cordless Electric Screwdriver  is the best quality electric screwdriver on the UK market. This is a sturdy tool, powered by a 3.6 V Lithium-ion battery that provides plenty of power between charges. The 4.5 Nm of torque and the 215 RPM generated by the motor make it powerful enough for most screwdriving tasks around the home and garden, such as assembling flat-packed furniture. More demanding tasks can also be tackled without straining the powerful motor.

And if you envisage you’ll be faced with those tasks that require access to awkward gaps and corners then there is the Bosch IXO Cordless Screwdriver SetIn this package the IXO comes with a removable head and both an offset adaptor and right-angle adaptor, so you’ll literally have all your angles covered!

The IXO’s plentiful power is contained within a very compact footprint. This rechargeable screwdriver is also extremely light, weighing just over 600 grams. This factor, the soft grip handle and the overall ergonomic design makes it extremely comfortable to use. An integrated task light comes in useful when working in dark corners such as under work surfaces.

The battery screwdriver also features a handy micro-USB charging system that plugs into the base of the handle and is neat and easy to tuck away when not in use. The set comes with 10 quality screwdriver bits and a stylish metal storage case that is also of excellent quality to keep everything tidy.

Pros

  • Small enough to get into the tightest of spaces, but packing a punch, this is a mighty little screwdriver to have in a kitchen drawer.
  • The ideal accompaniment to a full size drill driver, you won’t have to keep changing drill bits all the time.
  • The USB charger makes this a wonderfully versatile bit of kit to have around the house- you’ve probably got several chargers for it already!
  • Probably the best electric screwdriver for home use, it’s got everything you might need in a small but sturdy case.
  • The Lithium-Ion battery life seems to be excellent, and the charge display is accurate.

Cons

  • If you’ve got large hands, like me, it’s almost too small to get a good grip on it compared to the Makita DF001DW, for example.
  • Some users have had problems with the on-board torque limiter. Even though it’s not designed for anything more than light jobs, a little more grunt at times would be useful.
  • I like the fact that there are plenty of accessories to upgrade the IXO, but the cost starts to add up if you buy them.
  • Make sure you keep the screwdriver charged up, because you can’t use it while it’s plugged in.

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Makita Cordless Electric ScrewdriverMakita Cordless Electric Screwdriver

Best for serious DIYer

Build Quality
Performance
Ease of Use
Value for Money
Overall
4.25
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Makita Cordless Electric Screwdriver review

Specifications

  • Handle Positions: 2 positions
  • Power: 3.6V
  • Batteries Supplied: 1 x 1.5Ah
  • Charge Time: 3-5 hours
  • No-Load Speed: 220rpm
  • Torque Settings: 4
  • Max Torque: 6Nm
  • Weight: 0.36kg
  • Accessories Included: 81 pieces
  • Micro USB Charging Cable: Yes

This Makita Electric Screwdriver has a slightly different profile to the products previously discussed, with a long but comfortable soft grip handle. The handle can be pivoted from pistol grip to inline allowing easier access when working in confined spaces. The LED job light is helpful in this scenario too.

This cordless screwdriver is a neat piece of kit though, well-built and powerful, yet compact and light to use. It is powered by a 3.6 Volt 1.5 Ah Lithium-Ion battery that can hold its charge for surprising long periods (depending on workload of course) and charges in around 3 hours. Also, a battery protection circuit protects against over-discharging and over-heating.

The powerful motor can deliver a torque of 4 Nm and generate up to 220 RPM. It’s more than capable of providing all your screwdriving needs in the home and garden. The kit includes a micro-USB type adaptor and a massive 81-piece bit set in a sturdy storage case.

This is a more expensive rechargeable screwdriver, but it does have the power and quality you expect from Makita products. If you have a little more to spend then this might be the best electric screwdriver for you.

Pros

  • Makita quality in a small electric screwdriver. The build quality is excellent and feels like it will last for years of good service.
  • Supplied in a quality blow moulded plastic case, the extensive accessory kit has everything you might need. Ideal for around the house or even on site.
  • The folding pistol grip means you can get into seriously tight spaces. If you need that extra bit of torque, you can fold it down and hang on tight.

Cons

  • For professional-level tools you need to pay professional-level prices. Compared to the Bosch IXO drive this is an expensive bit of kit.
  • As this screwdriver lacks a clutch mechanism, you need to be careful to avoid stripping screws.
  • The rocker switch that controls the drive can be tricky. It’s easy to slip off it when you’re not paying full attention.

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NoCry Cordless Electric ScrewdriverNoCry Cordless Electric Screwdriver

Best heavy duty electric screwdriver

Build Quality
Performance
Ease of Use
Value for Money
Overall
4.25
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NoCry Cordless Electric Screwdriver review

Specifications

  • Handle Positions: 1 position
  • Power: 7.2V
  • Batteries Supplied: 1 x 1.5Ah
  • Charge Time: 3-5 hours
  • No-Load Speed: 230rpm
  • Torque Settings: 5+1
  • Max Torque: 10Nm
  • Weight: 0.57kg
  • Accessories Included: 30 pieces
  • Micro USB Charging Cable: No

The NoCry Cordless Electric Screwdriver. By far the most powerful of all our electric screwdrivers, it’s capable of delivering up to 10 Nm of force and up to 230 RPM. This means it requires a larger and therefore slightly heavier (Li-Ion) battery than its competitors (7.2 Volts versus 3.6 Volts). But, the larger battery has a greater capacity and can drill up to a whopping 300 screws on a single charge. A battery power indicator displays how much charge is remaining, and this charge time is between 3 and 5 hours.

This rechargeable screwdriver is more versatile than its competitors. There are 6 torque settings (5 forward and 1 reverse) and an adjustable rotation speed. It’s controlled by how tightly you squeeze the trigger. So, you can exert a greater level of control over your job and, crucially, avoid over-tightening or damaging screw heads.

The battery screwdriver comes with 30 bits in their own storage box. There are static and flexible extensions, a battery charger and a ¼” magnetic bit chuck. If you are after a powerful, flexible, robust electric screwdriver at a reasonable price, this should be on your shortlist.

Pros

  • A huge amount of power for such a compact screwdriver. It can drive screws into a range of materials without breaking a sweat.
  • The torque setting collar is the sort of thing normally found on larger drill drivers. Compared to the Bosch IXO, you have a lot more control over the power you can put into the screwdriver bit.
  • The flexible drive shaft is probably the best accessory you can get for a portable electric screwdriver. It gets into the tightest spots imaginable!
  • NoCry have included a brilliant little bit case that you can attach to your belt. It’s packed with bits and the extension bit holder is always handy to have.

Cons

  • Charge time of between three and five hours is a long time if you need it right away. Without a removable battery there will be downtime if you don’t plan ahead.
  • The quality of the bits you get with the kit aren’t of the best quality. They will probably need replacing before long.
  • If you need the lightest electric screwdriver, this isn’t the one for you. Compared to the Bosch Pushdrive, this thing’s a bit of a beast.

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Bosch PushDrive Cordless ScrewdriverBosch PushDrive Cordless Screwdriver

Best for ease of use

Build Quality
Performance
Ease of Use
Value for Money
Overall
4
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Bosch PushDrive Cordless Screwdriver review

Specifications

  • Handle Positions: 1 position
  • Power: 3.6V
  • Batteries Supplied: 1 x 1.5Ah
  • Charge Time: 90 minutes
  • No-Load Speed: 360rpm
  • Torque Settings: n/a
  • Max Torque: 5Nm
  • Weight: 0.28kg
  • Accessories Included: 32 pieces
  • Micro USB Charging Cable: Yes

If you’re looking for an electric screwdriver that’s ridiculously easy to use and makes you think “why didn’t they do that before?” You need the Bosch PushDrive cordless screwdriver. The beauty of this power screwdriver is in its simplicity- all you need to do is push and go.

If you’re not keen on the gun shape electric screwdriver type, the PushDrive makes sense. You also get more reach along its 182 mm length, handy when screws are buried deep under worktops or inside electrical appliances. The rubberised grip is easy to hang on to and I like the fact that you can lock off the driver. You can then use it like a manual screwdriver if you need to be precise.

This isn’t a heavy-duty tool, but it still delivers 5 Nm or torque and a nippy 360 rpm. It’s got more than enough power to drive all sorts of screws around the house or garden. But you’re not buying this to replace a full-size driver anyway. It’s the right size to keep in a kitchen drawer for when you need it.

Weighing in at just 280 g, it’s probably the lightest screwdriver in Bosch’s green line of DIY level tools. Luckily it doesn’t skimp on power- the 3.6 Volt 1.5 Ah Lithium-Ion battery is just right. And seeing as you can keep it in your trouser pocket, we’re not comparing it to a professional level drill and driver.

Pros

  • The lightest electric screwdriver I’ve tested out so far. Much lighter in comparison to the NoCry screwdriver, but it still packs a bit of a punch.
  • It couldn’t be easier to use. Pushing the screwdriver into the screw to make it rotate feels natural.
  • The secret to not stripping a screw is in the downward pressure. The push design means you shouldn’t slip off or cam out a screw.
  • The accessory kit is varied enough for most jobs around the house and the extension bit will come in handy.
  • The choice of torque settings should mean you don’t overtighten any screws.

Cons

  • Even though this is a small and lightweight electric screwdriver, it uses a brushed motor. A brushless motor would have been even more efficient and powerful for a cordless tool.
  • I wish this had a speed selector as well as a torque selector. It runs quite slowly, but it’s either on or off, with no variation.
  • Some users have complained that if you’re not careful, you can twist your wrist. The lack of torque control means you need to learn to use this tool safely.
  • You’ll need quick reflexes when undoing screws. They have a tendency to fall of the end of the screw bit when released.

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Ryobi ERGO-A2 Cordless Screwdriver KitRyobi ERGO-A2 Cordless Screwdriver Kit

Best for versatility

Build Quality
Performance
Ease of Use
Value for Money
Overall
4
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Ryobi ERGO-A2 Cordless Screwdriver Kit review

Specifications

  • Handle Positions: 1 position
  • Power: 4.0V
  • Batteries Supplied: 1 x 1.5Ah
  • Charge Time: 3 hours
  • No-Load Speed: 200rpm
  • Torque Settings: n/a
  • Max Torque: 5Nm
  • Weight: 0.4kg
  • Accessories Included: 10 pieces + 2 heads
  • Micro USB Charging Cable: No

Faithful Japanese tool brand Ryobi have been making waves with their range of awesome power tools, all powered by the same type of battery. But the clever little ERGO-A2 cordless screwdriver doesn’t need a hefty battery to give you plenty of power in a small package.

First off, this is on of the best electric screwdriver kits out there because it includes an off-set and right-angle adapter. They’re not things we’d normally splash out on, but when you need to get at that screw, nothing else will get the job done. You’ll be grateful they included it, trust us.

The 4 Volt battery powers the motor up to 200 rpm, so it doesn’t spin up as fast as the Bosch PushDrive, but with 5 Nm of torque it packs more than enough grunt to drive screws around the house. You’re not going to use it to drive 200 mm wood screws into rafters, after all.

If there was one thing we’d criticise, it’s how easily you can knock the directional switch- especially when you’ve got your hand in a tight space. It’s right next to the trigger and gets in the way a little too often.

That being said, it’s a smart kit that is easy to use, feels nice in the hand and comes with everything you’d need to perform those DIY tasks around the house when you don’t want to get out the big tools.

Pros

  • Ryobi have worked hard to get the grip shape right, even if you have big hands. The rubberised pads are comfortable and there’s a lip on the top that fits the hand well.
  • Having and right-angle and offset heads make this the most versatile electric screwdriver for the money.
  • The 5 Nm of torque goes a long way. It confidently screws into a range of materials.
  • Ryobi have thrown in a good number of screwdriver bits to get you started.

Cons

  • The lack of speed or torque controls limits this screwdriver’s usefulness. It would be much more capable with either of them.
  • If, like me, you’ve got big hands, you might find yourself changing direction when you don’t want to. The direction switch is in line with my index finger, leading to several mishaps.
  • The LED work light doesn’t stay on when you release the trigger.

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Hychika Electric ScrewdriverHychika Electric Screwdriver

Best budget option

Build Quality
Performance
Ease of Use
Value for Money
Overall
3.75
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Hychika Electric Screwdriver review

Specifications

  • Handle Positions: 2 positions
  • Power: 3.6V
  • Batteries Supplied: 1 x 2.0Ah
  • Charge Time: 2-5 hours
  • No-Load Speed: 180rpm
  • Torque Settings: n/a
  • Max Torque: 6Nm
  • Weight: unknown
  • Accessories Included: 36 pieces
  • Micro USB Charging Cable: Yes

Don’t be put off by a brand name you’ve probably never heard of here! The Hychika electric screwdriver is packed with clever features and boasts a massive 6 Nm of torque, which is more than either Bosch drivers on my list.

You get 3.6 Volts of power that translates to 180 rpm. It’s not exactly quick but it’s enough to drive screws without getting bored waiting. It’s not the most refined looking screwdriver you can get, but it’s comfortable enough to hold and you can switch it from gun grip to straight driver. And for the price, you shouldn’t be comparing it to the Bosch IXO in the looks department anyway.

What I really like about the Hychika set is what they’ve thought to include with it. My favourite is the 2.5 mm HSS drill bit for making pilot holes. It’s an intuitive inclusion that’ll save you time and effort. The extension bit will come in handy, but that’s nothing compared to the massive LED torch they’ve stuck in the bottom of the handle, it’s genius.

The quality of the included bits isn’t exactly brilliant, and the direction changer is easy to knock, but the plastic case is rigid and should keep everything organised until they wear out. The best budget electric screwdriver option by far.

Pros

  • The big LED torch set into the base of the screwdriver is really useful. It turns a good tool into a great one, as far as I’m concerned.
  • They’ve included a mini ratchet wrench in with the accessories. I think I’ll use this all the time, it’s just really handy.
  • Switching between inline and gun shape is easy and makes this screwdriver easier to handle.
  • You get plenty of screwdriver bits to get started with. The HSS bit will come in handy too.

Cons

  • Hychika have used a directional controller that I find too easy to knock during use. It’s right where my index finger goes.
  • Some users have found that there’s quite a lot of kickback if a screw gets stuck. There’s no torque selector so you need to learn how to operate this tool safely.
  • The lack of torque settings mean you have to be careful not to strip screws if you push too hard.

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Posenpro Electric Cordless ScrewdriverPosenpro Electric Cordless Screwdriver

Best for power and value

Build Quality
Performance
Ease of Use
Value for Money
Overall
4
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Posenpro Electric Cordless Screwdriver review

Specifications

  • Handle Positions: 2 positions
  • Power: 7.2V
  • Batteries Supplied: 1 x 1.5Ah
  • Charge Time: 3-5 hours
  • No-Load Speed: 290rpm
  • Torque Settings: 6+1
  • Max Torque: 9Nm
  • Weight: unknown
  • Accessories Included: 48 pieces
  • Micro USB Charging Cable: No

With a range of affordable power tools, Posenpro should know a thing or two about making the best electric screwdriver. And they won’t break the bank. It’s another lightweight tool that punches above its weight, with 7.2 Volts of power that crank out an impressive 290 rpm.

The Posenpro electric screwdriver is easy to grip, and you can choose from two handle positions to suit the task at hand. You might only get 10 driver bits thrown in, but it includes a 3 mm HSS drill bit for those all-important pilot holes.

What sets this little screwdriver apart from the competition is the torque adjustment feature. You get 6+1 settings in forward and reverse, so there’s no excuse for stripping screw heads anymore. It’s the sort of feature you’d expect to see on a more premium brand, so we were happy to see it on this budget-friendly tool.

Pros

  • Getting a torque adjuster collet on a budget electric screwdriver is great. Learn to use it and you won’t strip a screw head ever again.
  • The grip shape makes handling this screwdriver easy. I like the ergonomic shape and the rubberised bottom lip.
  • The accessory kit includes a flexible drive shaft. Compared to some of the more expensive screwdrivers on my list, I was pleasantly surprised to see one!
  • It’s also good to see a HSS drill bit included for making pilot holes. I’m sure it’ll get a lot of use.

Cons

  • Some users have complained about the power this little screwdriver puts out. It states 9 Nm, but it can get stuck quite easily.
  • The charge time of three to five hours can ruin a workday. Always remember to put it on charge when you’re finished.
  • The build quality doesn’t compare to the likes of Makita’s DF001DW. It’s not made to last a lifetime!

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Things to Know Before Buying an Electric Screwdriver

For most people, putting together Swedish flat pack furniture is the closest they get to serious DIY. If that’s the case, they don’t need hefty drivers with huge batteries and enough power to drill through solid steel. A small, lightweight and user-friendly screwdriver is the perfect tool for those jobs around the house, or even as a companion to one of the big boys.

The Benefits of Owning an Electric Screwdriver

Once you’ve used an electric screwdriver for putting in or taking out a few screws, you’ll never look back at a manual screwdriver again. They’re lightweight, easy to use and more powerful than you might think.

Gun Grip or Straight Handle?

Electric screwdrivers fall into three camps- gun grip ones that give you more stability and grip, straight handled ones that can fit into the tightest spaces, and convertible ones that really are the best of both worlds.

Getting the Most out of your Electric Screwdriver

Using an electric screwdriver is easy, but there are a few things you can do to make your life even easier. Drilling a pilot hole is essential when you’re working with hard or brittle materials, it makes screws easier to drive and helps to avoid splitting the workpiece.

To avoid stripping the screwhead, always use the correct bit- there’s a difference between Philips and PoziDrive, and the right size bit will fit much better. Keep pressure on the screw while you drive it to stop your bit from slipping and chewing up the screw head.

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Electric Screwdriver FAQs

Why choose an electric screwdriver?

If you’ve got a lot of screws to take out or put in, an electric screwdriver will save you time and effort. They’re easier to use than a manual screwdriver and they’re essential if you have mobility issues. And if you need the light touch of a manual screwdriver, you can lock off most electric drivers and use muscle power if you want.

What accessories should I look for?

A decent work light is an essential accessory if you plan on doing any work in confined spaces. You don’t have to carry round a separate torch if your electric screwdriver can shine a light for you.

Carrying round a full set of screw bits is a bit excessive, but make sure your kit contains the most common bits- flat, Philips, PoziDrive and Torx are what I’d recommend.

A right-angle adapter is a lifesaver when you just can’t get at a screw hidden under a worktop or inside an electric appliance. When you need it, there’s nothing else that can get the job done.

What’s the difference between mAh and Ah ratings in batteries?

mAh stands for MilliAmp hour and represents how much current a battery will discharge over a period of one hour. The higher this number, the longer the battery runtime and or higher storage capacity. 1000 mAh is equal to a 1 Amp Hour (Ah) rating.

I have several tools that require Lithium ion batteries and sometimes the batteries seem to wear out and stop charging. How do I ensure they last for as long as possible?

There are several things that can really reduce the life of your batteries.

Firstly, lithium-ion batteries do not like to be too hot, especially when they are fully charged. So, keep your batteries at a temperature of between 20 and 25 degrees wherever possible.

Unlike NiCad batteries, lithium-ion batteries do not have a charge memory. This means it’s better for your battery to recharge it after a partial discharge when possible rather than waiting for it to fully discharge each time. Once your power tool begins to lose power its best not to force it to continue as this can sometime trigger a safety circuit that makes it difficult to recharge.

If you are storing a lithium-ion battery for a long period, the best method is to charge it to about 40% and then store it in a cool place.

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