The Williams 19-Piece Endurogrip and Supertorque Combination Screwdriver set includes 5 Cabinet Slotted screwdrivers (Tips Included: 3/16”, 1/8”, 5/32”), 6 Keystone Slotted screwdrivers (Tips Included: 3/16”, ¼” Stubby, ¼”, 5/16”, 3/8”) and 8 Phillips screwdrivers (Tips Included: #0, #1, #2, #3, #4, and #2 Stubby). The Williams ENDUROGRIP Cabinet Slotted Screwdrivers features a comfort grip handle with thumb stop allow for added turning power without discomfort or slippage. The handle also has a flat face which prevents the tool from rolling. The tool features a Hex bolster on the shaft which allows for a wrench to be used for extra turning power and prevents the blade from being forced into the handle. The screwdriver blade is made from special alloy steel that provides extra strength. The high polished chrome blade prevents corrosion and can be easily cleaned after usage. The tip is vapor blasted and grips fasteners and prevents chipping, extending tool life. Every Williams ENDUROGRIP Screwdriver is manufactured in the USA in a Williams facility. Williams ENDUROGRIP Screwdrivers come in 3 different tip styles: Cabinet Slotted, Keystone Slotted, and Phillips. For over 140 years, Williams has manufactured high quality industrial tools for professionals like you. Every day we purposefully choose our next product innovation by examining and understanding your needs, because we know you value your work and pride yourself in being the best. We develop tools strong enough to endure extreme industrial conditions. Leveraging our heritage of making great tools, with the right materials, and precise engineering specifications. Since 1882, Williams had made products designed to be put to work with confidence.
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Williams Tools’ Proud History
Williams has made strong, trusted tools for industrial professionals with pride since 1882. It’s first factory in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NYC, revolutionized drop forging, “blacksmithing by machinery,” to ensure all pieces were created with the same consistency and quality. Due to their precise manufacturing process, Williams’ products were used in the countless industrial shops of 19th century America.
Williams: The Industrial Workhorse
Symbolic of the Williams brand, the workhorse prides itself on putting its head down, working hard for you and delivering valuable results to your work. We recognize the need for getting back to the basics: the importance of a job done well, every time, with confidence and pride. Today with world-class factories across the United States, Williams’ heritage of high-quality, industrial-focused tools continues to deliver a brand of tools that is ready to work.
If you like Snap-On you’ll like these.If you like the classic Snap-On hard handle screwdrivers, this is the set for you. This set has every screwdriver you’ll ever need. I will admit I don’t have much use for the largest flathead screwdriver. That’s the only complaint, If you can call it that. They are durable, haven’t broken one as of yet or wore one out. Had them for close to 2 years. They don’t strip screws. The precision screwdrivers are great for accessing panels and doing light electrical and electronics. They are high quality and high value screwdrivers for the money. They are equal to what you get off the tool truck. The hard handle screwdrivers are USA made with Snap-On quality. The precision screwdrivers are made in Spain by Bahco.
Lar Bear –
Great set but won’t be perfect for meThis is almost an exact replacement for my yellow handled Snap-On screwdrivers purchased over 35 years ago. I’m regularly returning name brand screwdrivers because they’re crooked and unusable. This USA made Williams set showed up great condition. Unfortunately I’ve been having problems with certain plastics on hand tools. Don’t know if they use fiber reinforcing in the plastics or if it’s the chemicals themselves but my hands are burning within a few minutes of touching the tools. Never had this before until I bought a Benchmade 162 Bushcrafter knife. Benchmade confirmed what their handles are made out of. I can’t use the set but will keep them for blade replacements for my Snap-On screwdrivers. Fabulous buy, great quality. Just not compatible with my skin.
Levi Brennan –
Snap-On Tools at a fraction of the price!If you didn’t already know, Snap-On owns Williams. Price out the 8 piece hard handle screw driver set from Snappy and you will definitely be happy you bought the 19 piece set of the same exact screwdrivers for pennies on the dollar. Are these cheap screwdrivers? Absolutely not. They are expensive. But they’re a lot better value here than on the truck! Hope this helped someone!
Paul Sacks –
Exactly the same as Snap-On for a fraction of the priceCompared to my coworkers snappy hard handles these are pretty much identical. Feel so nice in my caveman hands can handle the abuse of hammers and being in a marine environment 24/7 would recommend to anyone looking for a good set of screwdrivers
Just putzing around –
Great SetI bought the 8 piece set and so far these are solid performers. Much stronger than my craftsman set but wish they made stubbies.
Classic Davis –
This is Sn@p 0n quality.These are identical to the older hard handle Snappy screwdrivers. Same plastic handles, same shanks, same finish and metallurgy. They clean up better than the grimy/slimy rubber handle current version. I have used these every day at work for 7 years and bought another set for my home shop.
Snapon quality without the price.If you’ve always shied away from the snapon price but still want the quality Williams is the tool for you.
Amazon Customer –
Good qualityBetter quality than the identical ‘Snap-On’ branded set I purchased in 1975 when I was an auto apprentice! Compared to the 1975 set, the moulded handles have no rough edges and the surface finish is smoother, more rounded and pleasant to touch, aiding grip. The blades are chromed, with the tips finished in a manner preventing flaking and they are accurately set in-line with the handles. They are all labelled as manufactured in USA. Hopefully these will last nearly 50 years too or I’m sending them back! Buy now before somebody thinks they can save a few bucks and and has them manufactured elsewhere.
Great quality, great valueThis is likely the majority of screwdrivers you will ever need. If not, it will at least make a great “base” set of screw drivers.These are a very nice quality tools made in the USA. I was going to buy a set from Craftsman but found, like the rest of their tools, they are made in China. I looked at other screwdrivers, also made in China, and just couldn’t decide if I could trust their quality.I turned to Amazon and searched for brand I knew (or was pretty sure) were still made in the USA. I searched, Armstrong, S-K, William’s, etc. This set seemed to be the best value.So far they have been working great. So far, the Phillip’s version especially, fit screws much better than the stuff I was using. It may just be because they are new, but I’m hoping the will continue working this nicely for many years.I went through my tool box and tossed out all of my previous screwdrivers. An assortment of Craftsman, Whia, Stanley, and some generics. They were mostly worn, broken, or, ground down. I know I could get the Craftsmans warrantied, but I really dont want their Chinese versions.The only question will be that if they do wear out or break, if I can get them warrantied. I will not be very happy if I cannot.
These are the Williams version of the Snap On screwdrivers, exceptThe handles are absolutely the same. The blades are not. They may have the nut on the top of the blade, same as the Snap On, but the quality of the blade is not the same. Don’t know if its a process in making them hard, but these Williams ones are softer than Snap On. So if you are getting these thinking they will hold up as well in a pro setting. They will not. And it’s doubtful the tool truck will swap the blades unless you are tight with the driver. This is a good set of screwdrivers for home use, they will excel and be more than enough for that.