Klein Tools #2 Profilated Phillips-Tip Screwdriver 4

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#2 Profilated Phillips-Tip Screwdriver 4" (102mm) Round-Shank

Product Features
  • Precision-machined tip provides accurate fit and torque without slippage
  • Tip-Ident? quickly identifies the screwdriver type and tip orientation
  • Cushion-Grip handle for greater torque and comfort
  • Premium chrome-plated for smooth feel and corrosion resistance
  • Internal flanges inside handle provide solid, twist-resistant blade anchor
  • Special heat-treated shafts
  • Meets or exceeds applicable ASME / ANSI specifications

Overall Length: 8-5/16" (211mm)
Shank Length: 4" (102mm)
Weight (lbs.): .25

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  • 5
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    Posted by Jay L. on Nov 22nd 2016

    Klein has ruined me. After buying theirs I could never go back to a cheap, uncomfortable plastic handled screwdriver. I'll just give my "Sears brand" stuff away.I'm a drywall finisher. The hangers like to leave us screws sticking out every now and then. If a screw gun didn't want to drive a screw, it takes some muscle with a screwdriver. It gets old quick! After I countersunk the first couple of screws with the Klein I was hoping to find a few more!? Never thought I'd say that...Best screwdriver out there, just ask an electrician. ANY electrician.

  • 5
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    Posted by Josephine T. on Feb 22nd 2016

    All I had at home were flathead screwdrivers. Direly needed a phillips screwdriver, after some reviews and comparison shopping on BoxyBay, settled for this screwdriver. Glad that I settled for this one. Works great hopefully will last me til I lose this one.......

  • 5
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    Posted by Rob K. on Jan 22nd 2016

    This number two size Philips is perfect for those basic sized Philips screws, which are the most common.For smaller Philips screws you'll need a number one. For the big screws you'll need a number three.I don't work with my hands professionally, but when I do pick up a tool I can instantly recognize quality.I've picked up lots of different screwdrivers throughout my life, and none have surpassed Klein in terms of that quality feel.This is almost perfect in it's design and quality. It probably even deserves a place in a museum.As far as screwdrivers go though, you don't really need perfection, and this is as close as you will likely get.Made in the U.S.A.-notes:The #0 Phillips head drivers fits screw numbers 0 and 1. The #1 Phillips head fits screw numbers 2, 3 and 4. #2 Phillips head screwdrivers fits screw numbers 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. The #3 Phillips head works on screws with the numbers 10, 12, 14 and 16, while the #4 Phillips head corresponds with screws numbered 18, 20 and 24.The numbering system is a little hard to keep track of but is one way to determine which Phillips head driver works with which screw. The other way requires simple trial and error.

  • 5
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    Posted by Jane K. on Jan 22nd 2016

    Many of us have a favourite #2 phillips that they use almost daily. This is mine. The first one I had for many years, I chose to leave on board a boat that I'm always fishing on, and replaced it with a set of 6 Klein screwdrivers, including this one. Unfortunately within the first couple weeks the new one got lost so I had to replace it, so I bought this as a single item. This is as good as the others as expected.

  • 5
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    Posted by Jimmie S. on Dec 22nd 2015

    It's becoming increasing more difficult to find a sturdy screwdriver for #2 Phillips head fasteners that doesn't slip and chew out the recesses under load. Most of what's out there, regardless of price or brand name, have tips that are more acute or a scosche too long and as a result don't allow the Phillips wings to make good side contact in the recesses. Hence, screwdriver spin out and fastener head chew out. This Klein driver is actually an electrician's tool but as a Phillips screwdriver it can be used universally - electrical, plumbing, woodworking, automotive, etc. The old time rubber grip is both familiar to the palm and easy to grip and work with over the course of a day. The #2 Phillips tip is not quite as long as most and that's most likely why it grips the fasteners better with less spin out and chew out. "Profilated" may actually mean something very good in that regard. The tip is hardened and unless one uses the screwdriver in tandem with a hammer as a drill or chisel or alone as a pry bar, it withstands daily use without chipping or wearing down. Any tool, no matter how well it's made, will eventually succumb to a user's abuse.