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The ingenuity of the Yankee Screwdriver lies in its utility. This tool allows quick assembly and disassembly of anything you need to build or get into, without the cramps of a hand driver or the batteries and cords that come with a power tool. Easypower’s Push Pull driver — “Yankee Screwdriver” is a Stanley trademark — provides the functionality without the price, and it also uses standard 1/4″ hex bits so you won’t need an adapter.

The Easypower 81964 measures 17″ when fully extended and has a 5″ stroke. A thumb selector changes which direction the driver will turn or locks it in place for manual use. The driver comes with #1 and #2 Phillips bits, 4-5 and 8-10 slotted bits, and a 1/4″ hex-shank drill bit.  One of these fellas’ll run you about $20.

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2 Responses to Push Pull, Click Click

  1. fred says:

    If you already have a Yankee Scredriver – McFeely’s sells bit holders:

    http://www.mcfeelys.com/yankee-style-driver

  2. Mark says:

    I have one of these. One thing I don’t like is that the bit holder has a pretty strong magnet in it and a mechanical catch. It seems redundant. I wanted this for quick dis/re-assembly of computers. The magnet makes it ill advised for that use. I’m going to have to try to figure out how to remove the magnet.

    Interestingly, I found a Yankee 135 at a flea market the weekend after I bought this. It is much smaller, yet gets the same number of turns per push as this one. Unfortunately it only had the slotted bit.

    I wished they based it off the smaller Yankee.

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