Mijia Electric Finishing Screwdriver Available for Pre-Order

In the past, Mijia has cooperated with the much-popular brand Wiha to launch various sets of screwdrivers. And now, there is a new one. Today, the Mijia electric finishing screwdriver has opened an appointment. This new product has two-speed torque control, a magnetic absorption nano-bit box, built-in 24 S2 steel precision bits, and the price is 169 yuan ($24).

Mijia electric finishing screwdriver

The Mijia electric finishing screwdriver set uses its push-type magazine design. The screwdriver uses a strong magnetic motor. Its speed can reach up to 200rpm. And it comes with a built-in all-metal gearbox. In terms of battery life, the company said that the Mijia electric finishing screwdriver can hit 400 + precision screws when fully charged.

As for design, the Mijia electric finishing screwdriver uses a one-piece aluminum alloy shell, anodized aluminum process, and Type-C interface charging.

Mijia electric finishing screwdriver

Other Mijia Screwdrivers

Prior to this, the company released the Mijia 16-in-1 ratchet screwdriver is here, priced at 99 yuan ($14). It adopts an all-aluminum shell ratchet and a 45-tooth precision gear inside. It does not need to repeatedly change the position of the grip. You can continuously rotate it in one direction or fix it without rotation. The torque value is 20 N · m, saving effort and efficiency.

The screwdriver has 8 S2 high-hardness bits. Previously, 8-in-1 was 8 single-head bits. Now, it has 8 double-head bits. The 8 bits contain 16 commonly used models with a hardness of 60HRC.

In addition, the Mijia 16-in-1 ratchet screwdriver comes with a 110mm extension rod (previously the 8-in-1 version was 105mm). It supports narrow space operations and has a wider range of use. The extension rod is removable, which takes up less space and is convenient for storage and carrying.

The screwdriver grip is made of nylon + fiberglass material, covered with TPE soft rubber, non-slip and non-stick. It adopts an ergonomic 8-sided shape. The octagonal cross-section fits the force surface formed by the thumb and the two fingers and the tiger’s mouth. Joining hands is conducive to power transmission.

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