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Cool Tools of Doom: The General Tools 500 Cordless Power Precision Screwdriver

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When it comes to precision assemblies and repairs, no two screwdrivers are alike. And while you may have an entire tool caddy loaded with precision screwdrivers for whatever job comes at you, you’re still not doing your wrist any favors.

WIth a 100+ RPM motor with both forward and reverse controls, the first-of-its-kind General Tools 500 Cordless Power Precision Screwdriver is a must for effortless work sessions—be it assembling your latest prototype or simply swapping out batteries on your favorite device.

The quick-change chuck allows for effortless swapping between 1/8-inch slotted, Phillips and Torx bits while an ergonomic handle design provides multiple grip positions to accommodate a variety of working situations in computer, electronics, and industrial applications.

Seriously — what’s not to like??

The General Tools 500 Cordless Power Precision Screwdriver — $18.96


  • Super-Torque drive applies more than 100 rpm through a single forward/reverse toggle switch
  • Comes with six popular bits: Phillips #0 and #1; Slotted 1/8 and 1/16 in.; and Torx T5 and T6
  • The quick-change chuck is compatible with all micro (4mm) bits
  • Includes two AAA batteries that provide more than eight hours of power


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