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Milwaukee 8-Piece Screwdriver Set & Demo Screwdriver Video

Milwaukee’s Gen 2 screwdrivers come with a somewhat radical design in the handle. Though unusual, it’s all about ergonomics and grip security. The Milwaukee 8-piece screwdriver set has several advantages over standard drivers without getting too crazy on price. Aside from the handle, Milwaukee adds markings on the back to quickly identify what driver you’re grabbing. The shank also carries a hex shape for when you need a wrench to assist in driving a screw with more torque.


Milwaukee 8-Piece Screwdriver Set

  • Model: Milwaukee 48-22-2718
  • Phillips #1 x 3″
  • Phillips #2 x 4″
  • Phillips #3 x 6″
  • Slotted 1/4″ x 4″
  • Slotted 3/16″ x 6″
  • Slotted 5/16″ x 6″
  • Square #1
  • Square #2
  • $27.49
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Milwaukee 8-Piece Screwdriver Set Key Features

  • Comfortable tri-lobe handle design
  • Visible ID markings for quick tool identification on jobsite
  • Wrench ready hex shanks


Most of the time, we’ll discourage you from pounding on the back of your screwdrivers with a hammer. But if you’re using the Milwaukee 2-piece demo screwdriver set, you’re encouraged to do just that. Heat treatment and a steel cap that won’t go anywhere on you make for a driver that feels right at home being a home wrecker for demo work. Milwaukee claims the new demo drivers will give you twice the life of other demo models out there.

Milwaukee 2-Piece Demo Screwdriver Set

  • Model: Milwaukee 48-22-2702
  • Phillips #6 x 6″
  • Slotted 5/16″ x 6″
  • $10.99


Milwaukee 2-Piece Demo Screwdriver Set Key Features

  • Comfortable tri-lobe handle design
  • Heat treated steel cap offers extra durability when struck on handle end
  • Visible ID markings allow for quick tool identification on the jobsite

If you’re thinking about picking these up, be sure to check out the video to see what we think. Remember to stick around for the outtakes! So what do you think – love ’em or…? Have you used the any of the new models? Tell us what you think in the comments below!


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