Klein were my first set of screwdrivers when I started doing electrical work. I quickly realized that for the price they are garbage.I have a couple sets of screwdrivers and 3 sets of nut drivers. They have yet to fail me.
What do you find wrong with them...don't open paint cans efficiently?
Klein is an electrician's Snap-On. They started their company making side cutting pliers. Their pliers and cutters are excellent, I've had their hand tools in daily use for over 10 years, I can't say enough good things about them.Me. I really like their stuff, other tools too by Klein
I agree, not only are Klein the worst screwdriver ever made, they are relatively expensive.My Klein screwdrivers seem to wear out faster that any other also. I have only snapped off Klein and Crapsman screwdriver tips, and at least the Crapsman are easy to warranty.
Most of my hand tools are Snap-on, Stahlwille, and Hazet.
I have several and I rarely use them, as the screws I'm trying to drive always seem to have just enough "friction" to keep you from spinning them freely. :blink:The wiggy screwdrivers have very limited uses, faster to just use a drill.