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Slotted Screwdrivers

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Slotted screwdrivers, also known as a flat head or flat blade screwdrivers, have a flat blade tip at the end of the shaft that is inserted into the single horizontal groove (the slot) in the fastener head and the handle is turned to rotate the screw. They can come in two blade profiles: keystone and cabinet. Keystone-style screwdrivers have a slightly flared blade profile that tapers off at the end and provides extra stiffness so the screwdriver can withstand more torque. Cabinet-style screwdrivers do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware. Slotted screwdrivers can be used as tools for prying, poking holes, and other non-fastener driving applications.

General Purpose Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers

General Purpose Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers
General purpose keystone slotted screwdrivers come in an assortment of flat blade tip sizes for use in a variety of applications. Keystone-style screwdrivers have a slightly flared blade profile that tapers off at the end and provides extra stiffness so the screwdriver can withstand more torque.
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General Purpose Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

General Purpose Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
General purpose cabinet slotted screwdrivers come in an assortment of flat blade tip sizes for use in a variety of applications. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware.
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Insulated Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

Insulated Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
Insulated cabinet slotted 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. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware.
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Precision Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

Precision Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
These precision cabinet slotted screwdrivers have handles with a rotating cap that allows the user to hold the shaft of the screwdriver steady while only rotating the cap at the back for precise turning and control when working in tight spaces or with tiny screws. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware.
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Demolition Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers

Demolition Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers
Demolition keystone slotted screwdrivers have steel shafts that run through the 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. Keystone-style screwdrivers have a slightly flared blade profile that tapers off at the end and provides extra stiffness so the screwdriver can withstand more torque.
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Insulated Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers

Insulated Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers
These insulated keystone slotted 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. Keystone-style insulated screwdrivers have a slightly flared blade profile that tapers off at the end and provides extra stiffness so the screwdriver can withstand more torque.
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Pocket Clip & Keychain Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

Pocket Clip & Keychain Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
Pocket clip cabinet slotted screwdrivers can be clipped to the inside of a pocket to keep the tool close at hand. Keychain cabinet slotted screwdrivers come with a loop so they can be attached to a keychain. Slotted screwdrivers do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware.
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Cabinet Slotted Screw Starters

Cabinet Slotted Screw Starters
These cabinet slotted screw starters are used to grip, hold, and drive small screws in hard-to-reach locations. They are not designed to fully tighten a fastener and require the use of a slotted screwdriver to tighten the fastener to the correct torque.
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Nonsparking Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers

Nonsparking Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers
Nonsparking keystone slotted screwdrivers won’t spark during use and can tighten and loosen screws in locations where flammable vapors or combustible liquids are present. They have a slightly flared blade profile that tapers off at the end and provides extra stiffness so the screwdriver can withstand more torque.
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Insulated Precision Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

Insulated Precision Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
These insulated precision cabinet slotted 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. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware. Drivers have handles with a rotating cap that allows the user to hold the shaft of the screwdriver steady while only rotating the cap at the back for precise turning and control when working in tight spaces or with tiny screws.
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ESD-Safe Precision Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

ESD-Safe Precision Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
These ESD-safe precision cabinet slotted screwdrivers allow for the safe and controlled dissipation of static build up when turning small screws on static sensitive electrical components and prevent damage from static buildup. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware. Drivers have handles with a rotating cap that allows the user to hold the shaft of the screwdriver steady while only rotating the cap at the back for precise turning and control when working in tight spaces or with tiny screws.
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Magnetic Tip Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers

Magnetic Tip Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers
These magnetic tip keystone slotted 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 slightly flared blade profile that tapers off at the end and provides extra stiffness so the screwdriver can withstand more torque.
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Tether-Ready Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers

Tether-Ready Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers
Tether-ready keystone slotted 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. They have a slightly flared blade profile that tapers off at the end and provides extra stiffness so the screwdriver can withstand more torque.
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Screw-Holding Tip Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

Screw-Holding Tip Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
These screw-holding tip cabinet slotted screwdrivers can hold screws prior to installation and reduce the chance of dropped and lost fasteners. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware. Screw-holding screwdrivers are not designed to fully tighten fasteners and require the use of a standard screwdriver to tighten fasteners to the correct torque.
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Nonsparking Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

Nonsparking Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
Nonsparking cabinet slotted screwdrivers won’t spark during use and can tighten and loosen screws in locations where flammable vapors or combustible liquids are present. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and are suitable for use in chemical, gas, and oil processing applications.
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Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers with Wire Bending Stud

Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers with Wire Bending Stud
Cabinet slotted 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. Screwdrivers do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware.
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Tether-Ready Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

Tether-Ready Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
Tether-ready cabinet slotted 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. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware.
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Offset Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers

Offset Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers
These offset cabinet slotted screwdrivers have an offset handle that can tighten and loosen screws in tight spaces. They do not have a flared blade profile so they can access screws in tight spaces and for detail use such as installing cabinetry hardware.
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Nonsparking Insulated Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers

Nonsparking Insulated Keystone Slotted Screwdrivers
These nonsparking insulated keystone slotted screwdrivers won’t spark during use and can tighten and loosen fasteners in locations where flammable vapors or combustible liquids are present. They 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. Keystone-style insulated screwdrivers have a slightly flared blade profile that tapers off at the end and provides extra stiffness so the screwdriver can withstand more torque.
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