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WORX WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver with 12 Driving Bits

WORX WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver with 12 Driving Bits

WORX WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver with 12 Driving Bits

  • Slide action changes bit selection
  • 2 rapid reload cartridges hold 6 bits each and interchange quickly
  • Stays fully loaded and bits are never lost
  • Battery charger included and holds charge up to 18 months
  • Includes screw starter drill bit to make pilot holes

Tackle that honey-do-list with one tool. The Semi-Automatic Driver with rapid bit index is a sure-fired way to shoot through screw driving tasks around the house. What makes the WX254L Semi-Automatic driver unique is the bits are never lost. The WX254L includes two rapid reload cartridges that house 6 common screw driving bits each, making them easy to access and even easier to change. Simply go from drilling a starter hole-to driving a Phillips screw-to driving a flat head screw in a matter of seconds with the semi-automatic bit changer. It is as easy as choosing the bit, rotating the cartridge, and shutting the chamber-you are cocked and locked and ready to drive some screws. The WX254L WORX SD driver is lightweight and comfortable for on

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TaylorMade Men’s Bonded RBZ Stage 2 Golf Driver, Right Hand, 9.5, Regular

TaylorMade Men's Bonded RBZ Stage 2 Golf Driver, Right Hand, 9.5, Regular

  • Faster and longer than the original RocketBallz driver; Expansive 4,100 square-millimeter clubface gives the golfer substantially more face area
  • Inverted Cone Technology milled into the inner side of the larger clubface expands the portion of the face that delivers high ball speed
  • Black clubface, non-glare white crown with new decal promote easy alignment; Fujikura Rocket Fuel 50 Gram graphite shaft promotes fast swing speed

The RBZ Stage 2 driver gives you a big, confidence-building clubface in a head engineered to promote fast swing speed. That’s a killer combo for players who like to get after it with a big swing to launch the ball long. TaylorMade engineers accomplished yet another remarkable feat in metal wood mastery by increasing the size of the clubface (4100 square millimeters) while also improving the aerodynamic properties of the clubhead. In addition, our innovative Thick-thin Crown technology saves substantial weight that’s redistributed to move the CG lower and more forward, which promotes a high launch angle, low spin-rate and faster ball speed, all of which promote maximum distance. Add the lightweight 50-gram Fujikura Rocket Fuel shaft and the

List Price: $ 199.00

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6 Responses to “WORX WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver with 12 Driving Bits”

  1. Chad M. "Nightdragon" says:
    105 of 108 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Got to admit, this is awesome!, November 26, 2012
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    This review is from: WORX WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver with 12 Driving Bits (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This purchase was “That is awesome, got to try it!” So let me see if I can break it down. The drill:
    1. Packaging good, nice and simple
    2. Drill is small, not going to be a jobsite tool for sure.
    3. Bits are contained as advertised, not going to lose them. (two “magazines” full of bits comes with)
    4. Charging is done by plug in on both sides. Meaning the battery (as far as I can tell) is not removeable.
    5. No carrying case. But the tray in the box is surprisingly heavy duty, (seriously) I may leave it in there in my tool box.
    6. It does have a little LED light on the handle to illuminate a screw head.

    Some things to note, this little guy is not going to replace your big dog 18volt (insert big name cordless drill). This little guy, is going to put your doll house together, hang pictures, tighten screws, little odd jobs that the big drill just gets all up in the way with and to be frank, way to powerful to do in the first place. The Worx is hefty enough though. It does not feel cheap, it does have some weight to it. The handle is a little small for my hands, but will work. The slide is heavy duty plastic and slides in and out very smooth, no sticking, nor does it feel cheap.

    The RPM is way low, meaning the bit spins slow. Also there is no other speed. It will be easy to track and place on smaller projects and screws. The lock & load method is pretty awesome. You do have to manually open and rotate the cylinder inside the chamber for the desired bit (way easy). And it pops in and out super easy. I really like it so far. One other thing to note, there is no need to tighten the chuck or any of that, lock, Load & screw…lol. I dig this little thing!

    Its the perfect leave in the house got to get it quick tool. The price point is good. Any higher and I wouldn’t have done it. To find anything similar is difficult. After some hard use (putting togther Christmas toys!)I will definately update my review to see if it makes the 5 star! Since last year, my DeWalt crushed some delicate stuff, I had to use a manual screwdriver at 1am. Not this year!
    **UPDATE**
    I do like the drill and one commenter pointed out correctly that infact the drill bits do auto change: just slide back the slide all the way and it will rotate the cylinder bit to the next one. Yes ok, I missed it. Awesome point out and way awesome feature!!

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  2. supertool says:
    107 of 113 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great idea but some serious shortcomings., November 27, 2012
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    This review is from: WORX WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver with 12 Driving Bits (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This power screw driver is a great idea with the revolver style bit holder, but it lacks two critical features to make it truly useful.

    First, it is single speed with no variability, so it is just on or off. You can’t slowly start and finish tightening a screw.

    Second, it has no torque limit adjustment like better quality power drivers, so it’s very hard to fully tighten a screw without accidentally stripping it. This is particularly a problem when using a hex or torx bit, which will not naturally slip out when tight.

    Considering the cost of this driver, both these features should have been included.

    Additionally, the selection of bit sizes and types is poorly chosen. There are three different Phillips bit sizes but only one Slotted bit, which is very small. There are only two Torx bit sizes, T10 and T20, whereas a T15 is also a commonly used size. OTOH, there are two small Square bits, which are very rarely used and too small to be used as socket holders.

    On the positive side, it does use a lithium-ion battery that charges quickly and will hold a charge for a long time, and it is solidly made as are all WORX products.

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  3. Robo says:
    31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Lots of fun- Note this is light duty!, December 4, 2012
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    Robo

    This review is from: WORX WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver with 12 Driving Bits (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Just got this as a gift, and it’s a blast. I had a B and D which was fine, but I lost the bit and it wasn’t a common size, so I had to jam another in which was kind of wobbly. So the idea of having the bits stored internally, and to have them selected with a revolving cartridge is a big selling point for me.

    Like others mentioned, though, this is NOT a heavy duty driver, nor is it variable speed. Look elsewhere if that’s what you want. But if you want a screwdriver to keep in the kitchen drawer for light duty stuff like assembling toys, etc., then this works great. The rotation speed is fast enough so it doesn’t take forever but slow enough so you don’t lose control. Variable speed would have been nice, but for just light duty screwing this works fine, and really makes those kinds of projects fun. I can’t wait to put together something which requires changing out slotted for Phillips bits back and forth (my son’s play kitchen last year would have been perfect for this tool). The cartridge mechanism has a satisfying resistance, and you truly will never lose another bit again. It’s such a simple concept when you see how they did it. Why did it take so long for someone to figure this out?!?!

    The first thing I did was consolidate 6 of the more common bits into one cartridge. It really felt like I was loading some kind of weapon. I wish it came with a second, larger slotted bit, so I grabbed one from my tool box and it fit in and works perfectly with the cartridge mechanism. (An extra large slotted bit I had didn’t fit, though). The SD also comes with a second cartridge, but that kind of defeats the point of the product in my opinion, so I just threw it (and the lesser used bits) in my junk drawer.

    Can’t comment on battery life yet, since I just used it on a few projects.

    This has a good weight to it and feels sturdy and robust, but is otherwise pretty small. My hand slips off the handle, but I think they were going for compact here- again this is pretty light duty. Simple, clean design. The orange and black looks cool.

    Summary:

    Lacking options like variable speed and only suitable for light duty around-the-house tasks, but these shortcomings are more than compensated for by the fact that this things is so much fun to use AND you will never lose another bit again.

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  4. michael rodriguez says:
    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not great, December 18, 2013
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    Club was not as advertised was a different model been playing many years could not hit this club sold it for a loss

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  5. mikepippo says:
    0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Misrepresentation of Product, December 29, 2013
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    All diagrams, photos and comments supplied by the vender on the Amazon website indicated that this club had a adjustable head, when in fact, it was a fixed head. I accepted it because I had already returned one and this retailer gave me a additional $30. off of the price. Once I got past the misrepresentation of the product I was satisfied with the one I ended up buying.

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  6. strosky "Cubslover" says:
    1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wow, August 23, 2013
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    strosky “Cubslover” (Lafayette, IN) –

    I’ve always been an average golfer, shooting in the low 80s. My drives have NEVER been consistent. I would hit 2-3 fairways a round, and all on accident. Massive slices all over the place. I spent a couple hours with the RBz at the driving range. Turned my Slice into a consistent fade, and now a very consistent 5-8yd draw, averaging 305-310yds. This driver is long and when hit on the button, it’s ridiculous. You simply cannot go wrong with this driver. I would have probably gone for the 9.5 degree face, I bought the 10.5 so it would be slightly more forgiving for my awful slice, little did I know that would disappear. I’ve cut 5-6 strokes by hitting the fairways consistently.

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