Precision Screwdriver Set, JAKEMY 73 in 1 S2 Long Bits Repair Tool Kit Electronics Magnetic Driver Kit with Flexible Shaft Double Layer for iPhone/Android Phone/Tablet/PC/MacBook
- 【S2 HRC60 Long and Slim Bits】 Includes 63 durable bits made of high quality material, CNC machined accurate bits made from Alloy S2, HRC 60. With 28mm & 45mm-length, the bits are much longer than you get with most other pocket screwdrivers. S2-28mm Bits x 57, S2-45mm Bits x 7, 130mm Flexible Schaft x 1, Plastic opening tool x 2, Aluminium Handle x 1, Pick Opener x 3, LCD Sunction Cup x1, Anti-static Tweezer x1
- 【Rotatable Aluminium Handle】 Ergonomic Design and well made handle with anti-slip area and free spinning cap could keep the screwdriver no shake when working, a mini magnetizer inside can provide magnetic for the bits any time. The handle will not grind hands when long-lasting work. Precise enough for technician need,its better to control by your finger for its rotatable end cap and anti-slip area.
- 【Double Layer Design】 Large storage capacity but small size. Easy to carry and take up less space. The magnetic groove: It can attract the drill bit, and there is no need to worry about the drill bit falling out when it is placed upside down.
- 【Wide variety】 Reparing or opening iPhone 6/7/8/8 Plus/Xs/XR, Android Smartphone(Samsung, Sony, HUAWEI, LG, Motorola, Google, HTC) iPad, PC, Laptops, Electronics, Jewelers, Eye Glasses, Watches, Kid Toys, Home Appliances(such as Dyson, iRobot or Eureka's vacuum cleaner, Air Purifier and so on) and Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox or Gaming Controller.
- ❄Warranty: All repair tools have 1 year warranty, 100% satisfaction and returns guaranteed.
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+torque control is necessary for these tools unless you want your screws to be stripped when you tighten them, luckily this has a nice, wide range, *I WOULD NOT BUY ANY PRECISION ELECTRIC SCREWDRIVER WITHOUT THIS*
+speed is really fast, if you have a whole bunch of screws you need to remove off a board, this is great for it
+the tool head is compatible with most bit types for mini screwdrivers; this is useful if you want all our tools to work together, I have singe piece small electronics screwdrivers, so the additional 18 security bits can be used on this screwdriver and my preferred manual screwdriver
There are a few negatives, but they can be dealt with
-There is no locking gear when you want to break glue or start the screw (or its really bad) so you have to use the torque control at its highest, then adjust if you want to remove laptop shell screws without stripping them
-the button position is weird; unless you are holding it like a stamp (reverse of how you should hold a screwdriver) it's very awkward to hold
-there is only one normal phillips head bit, and its only for electronics, a larger one would be nice, but I had compatible bits that allowed me to open computer and cd drive cases easily
-large; I am still trying to find a precision screwdriver that has adjustable torque but is designed to fit in a pocket, but this one is still small enough to fit in a bag if I fit I can find a way to keep the buttons from being pressed
-the extra bits in the kit have no place to be stored in the case; I had tomove them with my other bits for now
This review is for the JM-Y02 electric screwdriver. The Pros and Cons will be short as I found the top positive review Matthew Carrell and the top critical review Peon the Great was spot on with what I wanted to say. Note there are some older reviews for the manual screwdrivers that was listed on the same page so pay attention to that.
- Adjustable torque settings
- A case
- Not enough common bits. Two slotted and one phillips bit, 1.5mm = #000. For the torque that this screwdriver can produce it can drive the larger phillips precision screws with ease.
- Too many special bits. Some are so small I would not trust using an electric screwdriver even on the lowest torque settings.
- Button placement. This gives for awkward grip of the screwdriver.
For the non-discounted price of $54 at the time of this review I wouldn't had purchased this screwdriver. If this was in the $35 range I would consider it, but I would run into the problem where it lacks of the common bits. And if I didn't already have the bits I would be paying more to get a kit making the overall price higher.
So here's the catch why I still bought it. I got this electric screwdriver when Amazon had a 20% off offer and an additional coupon stacked on top for bringing the price down to $15. With the discounts it was much easier to give this electric screwdriver a try for it's novelty.
Info on the defective screwdriver
The defective screwdriver came with a flat battery. Letting it charge up it met the advertised 800 mAH battery capacity. While waiting two days for the replacement I didn't touch the screwdriver and once I got my replacement I went to compare the screwdrivers and the first one was not turning as fast. It seems there's something causing a battery discharge while not in use.
Forward (CW) button was no good. The plastic rocker button you press on would rub against up on the metal frame causing it to get stuck keeping the motor running until you press on the reverse end. The microswitch button itself was already no good. You could hear the switch make contact with something but the motor didn't spin until you pressed further down. If you ever had a bad left or right click mouse button, this is exactly the same.
The spinning end was much more wobbly than the good replacement. And since it's something bent to make it wobble it seems even with a full charge the RPM is lower than the good replacement.
*if you're careful with the case seems to work fine. Maybe the fixed the issue.
my gripe is metal quality. you can tell it has just enough filler material mixed with the metal to make its magnetism not so strong (a real bummer with a tool set that works off of magnetism), cheaper to produce, which leads to often and easily falling out of the bit handle.
If it weren't for the pure variety of tooling coupled with price range, I would have given it 2 or 1 star. I kept it for the sake of its variety, and cheap enough where I dont wanna bother with the time for return and new product research/purchase.
1. an LED illuminating the drill bits will be perfect, just like what we usually see in home drills.
2. there are really too few bits. Most important of all, the two Philips bits are not useful. The angle of the bit is too dull and therefore it is unable to unscrew tight screws. I ended up using flat head to get my work done but that's not ideal.
I purchased this to build computers, the only screws I can use this for though are mounting m.2 SSD/NVME drives as there just is not enough torque to properly tighten even motherboard screws.
I noticed beyond torque level 2, the motor just does not have enough power to break the torque value. Level 3 will on a fresh charge but you can tell it is just barely clicking it off. Magnetic field on bits could be stronger but I think this is just a material or mass issue, I used a tool to magnetize them and not much better performance with PH1 screws.
So, perhaps this is more of a cell phone driver although if I were in the cell phone business I would think this is too thick of a device and would prefer a hand driver.
Either way, the product does feel nice, battery life is solid for the limited application use I have for it. A little disappointed but maybe I just expected too much.