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Phillips Screwdrivers

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Phillips screwdrivers have a Phillips-style tip at the end of the shaft that is cross shaped and is inserted into the Phillips indentation in the screwhead and the handle is turned to rotate the screw. Philips tips provide a more secure grip on the fastener head and are less likely to cam out (slip out of the head) and damage the screwhead and adjacent surfaces compared to a slotted head screwdriver.
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General Purpose Phillips Screwdrivers

General Purpose Phillips Screwdrivers
General purpose Phillips screwdrivers come in an assortment of Phillips tip sizes for use in a variety of applications. Phillips screwdrivers have a Phillips-style tip at the end of the shaft that is cross shaped and is inserted into the Phillips indentation in the screwhead and the handle is turned to rotate the screw.
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Insulated Phillips Screwdrivers

Insulated Phillips Screwdrivers
Insulated Phillips screwdrivers have an insulated handle and shaft to protect against electrical shock from live electrical circuits and are suitable for use near electrical components when tightening and loosening screws. The insulated handle also allows for a more secure grip when turning compared to a noninsulated handle.
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Magnetic Tip Phillips Screwdrivers

Magnetic Tip Phillips Screwdrivers
These magnetic tip Phillips screwdrivers have a magnetic tip that holds ferrous metal screws prior to installation and reduces the chance of dropped and lost fasteners. They have a Phillips-style tip at the end of the shaft that is cross shaped and is inserted into the Phillips indentation in the screwhead and the handle is turned to rotate the screw.
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Demolition Phillips Screwdrivers

Demolition Phillips Screwdrivers
Demolition Phillips screwdrivers have steel shafts that run through the complete length of the handle making them suitable for prying, chiseling, and punching. The shafts transfer the impact force from the striking plate at the end of the screwdriver to the tip.
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Screw-Holding Tip Phillips Screwdrivers

Screw-Holding Tip Phillips Screwdrivers
These screw-holding tip Phillips screwdrivers have a mechanical device that can hold screws prior to installation and reduce the chances of dropped and lost fasteners. They are designed to fully tighten the fastener.
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Phillips Screwdrivers with Wire Bending Stud

Phillips Screwdrivers with Wire Bending Stud
Phillips screwdrivers with wire bending stud come with a metal stud on the handle that can bend and loop wire for making connections in electrical outlets and switches. They eliminate the need to have a separate tool for bending and looping wire for electrical connections.
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Nonsparking Phillips Screwdrivers

Nonsparking Phillips Screwdrivers
Nonsparking Phillips screwdrivers won’t spark during use and can tighten and loosen screws in locations where flammable vapors or combustible liquids are present. They are suitable for use in chemical, gas, and oil processing applications.
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Tether-Ready Phillips Screwdrivers

Tether-Ready Phillips Screwdrivers
Tether-ready Phillips screwdrivers have a loop or hole that allows the attachment of a tether where the tether is attached to the user or a fixed object to prevent the tool from falling and causing injuries or damage when working at height.
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Offset Phillips Screwdrivers

Offset Phillips Screwdrivers
Offset Phillips screwdrivers have an offset handle that can tighten and loosen screws in tight spaces. They have a Phillips-style tip at the end of the shaft that is cross shaped and is inserted into the Phillips indentation in the screwhead and the handle is turned to rotate the screw.
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