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One question. So the really cheap set of bits I have has no
magnitism that I can see. How do you remove screws in deep holes?
The driver literally has no shaft for extention, and the screw
will unlatch from the screwdriver and sit in the hole. I tested
out on my current laptop a bit.
On 10/14/2020 8:23 PM, Brian Vogel
I honestly can't speak to durability in these sorts of
drivers, as when you're dealing with fasteners that are so small,
and that require very minimal torque, you should never "ruin" a
driver or driver bit anyway.
In a regular sized screwdriver, I haven't found that
there is much of any difference, either, but I'm someone who uses
screwdrivers and bits (for the most part, unless I'm using a
drill-driver) pretty gently. I don't have any straight blade
drivers that are magnetic that are even close to large enough for,
say, prying a paint can lid off! And that's one way I do "abuse"
some larger straight blade screw drivers.
Brian - Windows 10
Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs -
they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when
turned off and on.
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