|Manufacturer||Stanley Black & Decker|
|Product Dimensions||19.1 x 10.21 x 3.51 cm; 140 Grams|
|Item model number||0-66-358|
|Material||Chrome Vanadium Steel|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||1x STANLEY Multi-Bit Stubby Screwdriver|
|Item Weight||140 g|
Other Sellers on Amazon
STANLEY 066358 Multi-Bit Stubby Screwdriver
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
Enhance your purchase
|Material||Chrome Vanadium Steel|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||19.1 x 10.2 x 3.5 centimetres|
About this item
- Magnetic Tip ensures Bits and Screws stay attached to driver
- Easy to use
- Ratcheting Mechanism with R, L and Lock Positions
- Durable Bi-Material
- Handles with Comfort-Grip
Customer ratings by feature
Special offers and product promotions
- Buy at least 4 items of your choice and save 5%. Offered by Amazon.co.uk. Shop items
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
Compare with similar items
| || |
Micro Stubby Reversible Screwdriver,Supplied with Double Ended bit. Made in Japan. ENGINEER dst-07
wolfcraft Hand Screwdriver With Bit Socket I 1240000 I For ergonomic use
Klein Tools 32561 Stubby Screwdriver and Nut Driver with 6-in-1 Multi-Bits, 1 and #2 Phillips, 3/16-Inch Slotted, 1/4-Inch and 5/16-Inch, Black and Yellow
Micro Stubby Reversible Screwdriver, Supplied with Double Ended bit. Made in Japan. ENGINEER dst-06
|Shipping||FREE Delivery on your first eligible order to UK or Ireland. Details||FREE Delivery on your first eligible order to UK or Ireland. Details||FREE Delivery on your first eligible order to UK or Ireland. Details||FREE Delivery on your first eligible order to UK or Ireland. Details||FREE Delivery on your first eligible order to UK or Ireland. Details|
|Item Dimensions||19.1 x 10.21 x 3.51 cm||4.2 x 2.75 x 2.75 cm||6.5 x 3.5 x 18 cm||29.21 x 7.11 x 3.56 cm||4.2 x 2.75 x 2.75 cm|
|Item Weight||140 grams||10 grams||—||73.71 grams||20 grams|
What's in the box?
From the manufacturer
Stanley Multi-Bit Stubby Screwdriver
- Internal bit storage
- Ratcheting mechanism- Right, left and stop
- Twist off cap
- Magnetic tip
A story behind every tool
A story behind every toolwork and identify ways to help improve their performance. This means that our tools come with something special - understanding. From the tape that helps you measure accurately to the hammer that's heavy on nails but light on your arm, we create tools that help you be your best. Why do we do it? Because we understand that there's nothing better than knowing you've done a great job, and knowing that you're respected for it by the people whose opinion really matters - the people you work with.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 May 2020
Reviews with images
Top reviews from United Kingdom
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
1.It looks the part (it isn't, trust me)
2.It's a small yellow and black stubby, therefore cute and somewhat bee like
1.It feels really cheap
2.On use it falls apart in your hands! Not literally, but the top that covers the shaft storage for the other bits, comes off in your hands, this even happens when using the ratchet function, so less hand movement
3.The bits seem soft, only used it once, but one of the cross head parts is already losing its integrity
4. Believe it or not at ^3.19 for a Stanley tool it is over-priced
After seeing this at my house my partner was enamored by its chubby, stubby bee like loveliness, so being a bloke who never misses a chance as gaining brownie points I also bought her one which should arrive today. Hopefully she will just admire its looks and never use it.
The founders of Stanley must be ratcheting both ways in their graves seeing what has happened to their once famously fantastic tools.
Avoided for the reasons above, may well return.
There are three positions for the ratchet system, left, right or the middle setting which locks it and can be turned both directions.
I liked this so much I purchased a second one to keep in the car and have used it to remove screws to get under the footwell in a BMW 1 series (using a torx bit not supplied) to remove and replace a pollen filter where my torx screwdrivers where to long.
The ratchet system works well but for me personally it’s a bit of a gimmick and every time I use this I forget about the feature and Use it like a normal driver.
In use, the bits fall out as they are not secured properly so you'll spend time trying to catch them (or in my case pulling out the cooker as they managed to go behind it).
While trying not to lose the bits you'll also find that the lid of the handle (which is where the other bits are stored) will randomly decide to fall off when you are in the middle of doing something; as it contains the spare bits it's not that light if it lands on you & the bits can scratch surfaces too.
The ratchet is awkward to engage & use as it only seems to work intermittently.
Honestly, I am shocked at how very bad this is.
I've had Stanley tools for decades & expected even their cheaper range to actually work.
It's only a manual screwdriver so it's not like I'm expecting impact driver performance for less than a tenner. You'd think they could get that right.
I wanted a compact manual screwdriver with a few different bits to keep in a kitchen drawer for odds & ends where it's not worth pulling out my regular kit.
This is NO GOOD at all.
As a tool to fit multiple bits which fits in small spaces it's great. It's wide enough to get a grip, not too long, no complaints. However, although the bits are universal 6 sided and fit any other tools it feels slightly loose to me and although it is magnetic the bit has fallen out a couple of times for me.
The other issue is although it's easy to open the back to reach the bits (perhaps too easy) it's actually hard work getting the bits out of their holder.
So overall... does the job, good value, and I like the brand but it's not perfect.
It's Stanley, it's stubby ratchet screwdriver. What more do you need?
The top.of the screwdriver holds the BITS. A good selection, or swap for ones you want to use. The lid keeps your bits on place and easy enough to select your bit.
I've stored with an extension bar, for those longer to reach jobs.
Easy to recommend.
Strong, will do the job, good ratchet movement, palm sized, good quality.
Go on, what you thinking about it for?
Oh there's cheaper .... There's a reason for that.