"Brought this to get into a right spot when fixing my integrated dishwasher while trying to avoid dismantling it further. However it has ended up as a regularly used item in my toolbox.
I have tried various flexible shaft drivers etc. in the past and they have all been next to useless but this is rugged, reliable and gives great grip and torque enabling you to really put some weight behind it.
Used it last week in a combi drill with a flat wood bit to get through a hollow wall joist for a cable with access through just the hole for the switch! Invaluable!
PROS Small and light Strong Adjustable thumb grip (just slides off and moves round) Good torque Works with power tools
CONS Shame you can't remove the hex shaft to allow even better access in small places, but that's not a deal breaker:)"
"Bought this to reach an impossibly located screw. The screwdriver performed the task easily and unwound the screw easily using the anti-clockwise turn of the handle transferred through a gear in the head of the tool. Put the screw back in turning the handle clockwise. The lug behind the gear can be turned to any angle to hold the driver in position or you can remove it completely if space is tight. Altogether a good addition to a toolbox."
"This was my last resort to try to unscrew the top of a very heavy pre-assembled desk so I could move it up some stairs. Some of the fixings were inaccessible even to stubby screwdrivers, but this did just the job perfectly, even though it was still a close fit. There was still some indentation on the drawer runners!
If it hadn't been for this tool that desk would have been an immovable object!"
"Used this to undo the grub screw on the back of a swan neck tap on my kitchen sink. The tap is too close to the wall for a stubby screwdriver so this was the next best thing, bit fiddly as the screw is pretty small and i couldnt see properly but it did the job, so still a lot cheaper than getting a plumber round!"
"I bought this product to tighten screws where direct 180° access was restricted. It's cleverly made and does the job, except that it was hard to exert downward pressure in a tight space while holding and twisting the handle."