Special coupon gets you a 60-in-1 screwdriver kit that can unscrew anything for just $11

Maren Estrada

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Are you tired of digging through toolboxes and junk drawers every time you need to tighten a screw or open up a gadget? Well don’t worry because we’re about to solve your problem once and for all. As the name suggests, the ORIA 60 in 1 Precision Screwdriver Set is 60 screwdrivers in one. It includes 56 different bits that are machines from high-quality steel, and they’re also magnetic so you don’t drop any screws. On top of that, you get a few extra pieces like a flexible shaft that lets you get to screws in hard-to-reach places. It’s awesome, and it’s on sale for just $11.19 if you use the coupon code YDYSDAHM at checkout.

Here’s some additional info from the product page:

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  • 1. Multi-Magnetic Hand Tools : 60 in 1 Precision Screwdriver Set is Professional hand tools to repair all popular laptops, phones, game consoles, and other electronics.
  • 2. Variety of Specialty Bits : With different kind of Screwdriver bits, which made of chrome-vanadium steel are carefully selected by ORIA to meet all your need.
  • 3. Flexible Shaft : A flexible shaft is included, which is great for stereo work as well as other large electronics where the screws are not on the surface.
  • 4. High Quality : The Unique non-slip driver available on the market is machined from a single piece of aluminum and covered with Silica gel; it also has a ball bearing mounted swivel top to simplify the operation.
  • 5. Portable : Professional portable hardware tools with perfect weight & compact design for easy carry.

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