• 5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
  • 5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
  • 5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
  • 5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
  • 5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD
5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD

5/16-Inch Keystone Demolition Driver, 7-Inch Shank Klein Tools 602-7DD

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  • Engineered, manufactured and tested for prying and chiseling
  • Plated metal strike cap to protect handle from hammer blows
  • Heat treated metal shaft runs complete length of handle to strike cap to transfer metal strike force
  • Made in the USA

Customer Reviews

Klein dominates with this I had moved on from using Klein screwdrivers over the last five years because they were not lasting very long any more like the good old days. Then I decided to try Klein a few months ago again, because the handle is the best in every way and I love buying american tools. So I bought two screwdrivers and found that Klein has proven themselves again, so I bought this demo driver to complete the line up. And I was in wow when I held it, and was not disappointed when I use it. It delievers the beating a beater screwdriver should and does not show signs of failing. Get this if you use a beater screwdriver and you will be proud of yourself and klein. 5LIneman tested an approved can't go wrong with klein I live by it, I'm also a lineman and an electrician on the weekends, in other words this thing gets beaten and aboused, the only thing I don't like is the round shank I would much rather have a square hexagon or oxygon shape to twist out when I bury this in the pole 5Not bad As an electrician, I always buy Klein. And when I needed a beater I knew this was the one to get. Until I got it and 2 days into having it, without even having beat on the metal nub on the end, the nub fell out on its own. I gorilla glued it back in so we ll see how it holds up. But I wouldn t expect to even need to do that with a Klein tool. Little disappointed. 2Nice Big ol' Screwdriver I have always loved Klein Tools and these new screwdrivers are no different. Same level of quality you have come to expect from them. The screwdriver has good heft and the handle offers great grip. The blade end is cut well and isn t rounded over like on lesser quality drivers. It s cut at a true 90 degrees. The shaft is nice and long so you can get tons of leverage on whatever you are prying on. Awesome. I haven t had to hammer on it yet, but I have no doubt the steel cap on the end will hold up without issue. I was pleased to see the shaft of the driver connects to the end cap as one piece. This makes it very strong. Klein didn t just take a normal driver and throw a cap on the end. They designed a whole new one. I do have one minor gripe tho: the rubber grip is just a bit loose on my driver. When you grip it you can feel a tiny bit of slop. Nothing major but I have the smaller version of this driver and it doesn t to that. But all in all I am very happy with this driver. Thanks Klein! 4Not solid metal all the way through The metal cap came off after a little less than a month of use. It's not a solid shaft and cap end to end. The cap seems to be glued to the black rubber grip. Disappointing 1Can't Take the Impact I purchased two of these screwdrivers with both times the metal end cap would become completely severed form the screwdriver, and both times the break was nearly identical. It seems the fault lies in the plastic material that is used to hold the steel shank in place. To also add I didn't even use it that much, this problem would occur after a day or two of light use with the end result that the metal end cap would become severed from the handle. I thought at first it was a defect in the craftsmanship of the first but after being able to replicate the same problem a second time with light use I thought otherwise. Klein's 4 inch demo- screwdriver doesn't seem to suffer from this manufacturing process as the 7 inch variety does. As of yet I am unable to sever the metal end cap from the screwdriver and I do use the 4 inch nearly everyday for the multiple months I've had it, using a pair of pliers or a 18 oz hammer on it to deliver the force required to complete the action that I am performing. 2This screwdriver is a BEAST If you are in the market for a heavy screwdriver that can handle doing demolition and still drive screws without slipping or stripping the fastener, this is the one. The tip is still sharp and I have not been shy about beating on it with a hammer. Steel hammers will mark up the cap but it does not have any effect on the function of the tool. 5Decent enough idea, TERRIBLE execution. I'm an IBEW journeyman inside wireman (union commercial/industrial electrician), and I use almost exclusively Klein hand tools. I genuinely believe that most of their US-made hand tools are as good as or better than anything else available, and I presumably always will.I lost my 'beater' screwdriver (a Klein 600-8, which I have always used for the purpose and am again now), and had seen these on a few jobs, I figured since they were specifically designed and rated for the purpose, they'd probably last longer. I was sorely mistaken. My first one worked alright, until one day about a month in when I was knocking off a corroded 2" conduit locknut with the aid of a 16-oz ball pein hammer, something even cheap auto parts store screwdrivers have no problem doing. Two whacks, and the end cap broke and fell off. I didn't bother with trying to get it replaced, assuming it was just kinda a fluke, I just ground away some of the plastic handle material and welded a big (maybe 3/4"?) nut to said shaft to take its place. That worked fine, but another couple months of use (I really don't use a beater that much, I nearly alway have access to the 'right' tool for hard jobs) saw the plastic handle start moving up and down and twisting independent of the blade/through-handle shaft, so I tossed it and purchased another one, figuring maybe my welding the tang probably made it act like a heat sink and soften/damage the handle.Literally the first time the second one was used, the tip (and I mean damn near the entire tip, back to the 5/16" shaft) snapped off when my apprentice was trying to pry apart a coupling he had split to take some rigid conduit apart in the middle of the run. Having not been the one who broke it, I again assumed it may have not been the driver's fault (he was pretty new, he may have been using unreasonable force for all I new), so I took it to the machine shop in the plant we were working in, fashioned a new tip on a disc sander, gave it to said apprentice, and ordered still one more.Prying ip a floor box cover (no concrete or any other thing jamming it shut, just old and stubborn from years on not being opened), again when the tool was no more than two or three months old, the tip snapped off yet again, and this time I KNEW there had been no undue pressure applied. Frustrated, I ground a new tip in it and ordered my old faithful 600-8 (which I get YEARS out of, despite them not being designed or rated for chiseling and prying). Damn good thing, because the day it was sitting in my mailbox, you guessed it- the end cap broke off of this turd, this time only having been hit with a pair of side-cutters. I don't know why Klein can't make these things any good, but they apparently simply can't. I never believe reviews where someone says they had several of what should be a good product totally fail, because that just doesn't really happen, but here I am. Just get a big, sturdy regular screwdriver from a quality US or European manufacturer (like Klein!), it'll give you years of trouble free service AND won't be electrically conductive through the handle in case you want to use it on a breaker or something, these things are a gimmick and a very poorly executed one. 2both of these garbage screwdrivers broke Within maybe a month or two of purchase, both of these garbage screwdrivers broke. I thought the first time was a fluke so I gave it another try. Another 20 bucks I'm never getting back. The second one I used for a month longer and the tip broke. All around terrible quality. 1Great design As an electrician I always hammer on my large screw driver for multiple reasons. This one is designed with that in mind. I would purchase this screw driver again when and if I need to replace the one I bought. 5
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Description
  • Engineered, manufactured and tested for prying and chiseling
  • Plated metal strike cap to protect handle from hammer blows
  • Heat treated metal shaft runs complete length of handle to strike cap to transfer metal strike force
  • Made in the USA
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Klein dominates with this I had moved on from using Klein screwdrivers over the last five years because they were not lasting very long any more like the good old days. Then I decided to try Klein a few months ago again, because the handle is the best in every way and I love buying american tools. So I bought two screwdrivers and found that Klein has proven themselves again, so I bought this demo driver to complete the line up. And I was in wow when I held it, and was not disappointed when I use it. It delievers the beating a beater screwdriver should and does not show signs of failing. Get this if you use a beater screwdriver and you will be proud of yourself and klein. 5LIneman tested an approved can't go wrong with klein I live by it, I'm also a lineman and an electrician on the weekends, in other words this thing gets beaten and aboused, the only thing I don't like is the round shank I would much rather have a square hexagon or oxygon shape to twist out when I bury this in the pole 5Not bad As an electrician, I always buy Klein. And when I needed a beater I knew this was the one to get. Until I got it and 2 days into having it, without even having beat on the metal nub on the end, the nub fell out on its own. I gorilla glued it back in so we ll see how it holds up. But I wouldn t expect to even need to do that with a Klein tool. Little disappointed. 2Nice Big ol' Screwdriver I have always loved Klein Tools and these new screwdrivers are no different. Same level of quality you have come to expect from them. The screwdriver has good heft and the handle offers great grip. The blade end is cut well and isn t rounded over like on lesser quality drivers. It s cut at a true 90 degrees. The shaft is nice and long so you can get tons of leverage on whatever you are prying on. Awesome. I haven t had to hammer on it yet, but I have no doubt the steel cap on the end will hold up without issue. I was pleased to see the shaft of the driver connects to the end cap as one piece. This makes it very strong. Klein didn t just take a normal driver and throw a cap on the end. They designed a whole new one. I do have one minor gripe tho: the rubber grip is just a bit loose on my driver. When you grip it you can feel a tiny bit of slop. Nothing major but I have the smaller version of this driver and it doesn t to that. But all in all I am very happy with this driver. Thanks Klein! 4Not solid metal all the way through The metal cap came off after a little less than a month of use. It's not a solid shaft and cap end to end. The cap seems to be glued to the black rubber grip. Disappointing 1Can't Take the Impact I purchased two of these screwdrivers with both times the metal end cap would become completely severed form the screwdriver, and both times the break was nearly identical. It seems the fault lies in the plastic material that is used to hold the steel shank in place. To also add I didn't even use it that much, this problem would occur after a day or two of light use with the end result that the metal end cap would become severed from the handle. I thought at first it was a defect in the craftsmanship of the first but after being able to replicate the same problem a second time with light use I thought otherwise. Klein's 4 inch demo- screwdriver doesn't seem to suffer from this manufacturing process as the 7 inch variety does. As of yet I am unable to sever the metal end cap from the screwdriver and I do use the 4 inch nearly everyday for the multiple months I've had it, using a pair of pliers or a 18 oz hammer on it to deliver the force required to complete the action that I am performing. 2This screwdriver is a BEAST If you are in the market for a heavy screwdriver that can handle doing demolition and still drive screws without slipping or stripping the fastener, this is the one. The tip is still sharp and I have not been shy about beating on it with a hammer. Steel hammers will mark up the cap but it does not have any effect on the function of the tool. 5Decent enough idea, TERRIBLE execution. I'm an IBEW journeyman inside wireman (union commercial/industrial electrician), and I use almost exclusively Klein hand tools. I genuinely believe that most of their US-made hand tools are as good as or better than anything else available, and I presumably always will.I lost my 'beater' screwdriver (a Klein 600-8, which I have always used for the purpose and am again now), and had seen these on a few jobs, I figured since they were specifically designed and rated for the purpose, they'd probably last longer. I was sorely mistaken. My first one worked alright, until one day about a month in when I was knocking off a corroded 2" conduit locknut with the aid of a 16-oz ball pein hammer, something even cheap auto parts store screwdrivers have no problem doing. Two whacks, and the end cap broke and fell off. I didn't bother with trying to get it replaced, assuming it was just kinda a fluke, I just ground away some of the plastic handle material and welded a big (maybe 3/4"?) nut to said shaft to take its place. That worked fine, but another couple months of use (I really don't use a beater that much, I nearly alway have access to the 'right' tool for hard jobs) saw the plastic handle start moving up and down and twisting independent of the blade/through-handle shaft, so I tossed it and purchased another one, figuring maybe my welding the tang probably made it act like a heat sink and soften/damage the handle.Literally the first time the second one was used, the tip (and I mean damn near the entire tip, back to the 5/16" shaft) snapped off when my apprentice was trying to pry apart a coupling he had split to take some rigid conduit apart in the middle of the run. Having not been the one who broke it, I again assumed it may have not been the driver's fault (he was pretty new, he may have been using unreasonable force for all I new), so I took it to the machine shop in the plant we were working in, fashioned a new tip on a disc sander, gave it to said apprentice, and ordered still one more.Prying ip a floor box cover (no concrete or any other thing jamming it shut, just old and stubborn from years on not being opened), again when the tool was no more than two or three months old, the tip snapped off yet again, and this time I KNEW there had been no undue pressure applied. Frustrated, I ground a new tip in it and ordered my old faithful 600-8 (which I get YEARS out of, despite them not being designed or rated for chiseling and prying). Damn good thing, because the day it was sitting in my mailbox, you guessed it- the end cap broke off of this turd, this time only having been hit with a pair of side-cutters. I don't know why Klein can't make these things any good, but they apparently simply can't. I never believe reviews where someone says they had several of what should be a good product totally fail, because that just doesn't really happen, but here I am. Just get a big, sturdy regular screwdriver from a quality US or European manufacturer (like Klein!), it'll give you years of trouble free service AND won't be electrically conductive through the handle in case you want to use it on a breaker or something, these things are a gimmick and a very poorly executed one. 2both of these garbage screwdrivers broke Within maybe a month or two of purchase, both of these garbage screwdrivers broke. I thought the first time was a fluke so I gave it another try. Another 20 bucks I'm never getting back. The second one I used for a month longer and the tip broke. All around terrible quality. 1Great design As an electrician I always hammer on my large screw driver for multiple reasons. This one is designed with that in mind. I would purchase this screw driver again when and if I need to replace the one I bought. 5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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