Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129
Well basically all I need is a decent #1 Phillips head screwdriver that'll last more than two years, for less than $20.
Wiha. Have used mine every business day on thousands of screws and it still has a great profile. It's not an automotive tool that's meant to be dropped off a building. They are high quality and I swear by them. Grips are nice as well. Screwdriver can be magnetized... not sure about their other insulated model though. Should be in many local tool stores. I would recommend Klein but their #1 profile doesn't work too well for a lot of computer screws. Both company's #2 are pretty good, Klein especially if you like rubber grips. To be honest though... I prefer the tip on the Wiha.
I use the purple one:
It's a better grip than the black one in my opinion. I have both. But the black is on a crazy sale right now.
Here's the insulated one, haven't used it but I assume it's pretty similar:
http://www.wihatools.com/300seri/321serie.htmEdited by mobius9 - 4/5/11 at 12:28am