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Robertson Screwdriver Stubby #2 (Red)

Robertson Stubby Screwdriver #2 (Red)
  • Robertson Stubby Screwdriver #2 (Red)
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Robertson Screwdriver Stubby #2 (Red)

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Original ROBERTSON® screwdriver.   Only genuine Robertson® drivers have “Cling Fit” made with S2 high carbon steel. 

Product Details

Type Size: Stubby

Drive Size: #2 (Red)

Measurements: 3-1/4 inches Long, 1-1/4 inch Diameter Handle, 1 inch Shank

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Frank G.
United States United States

Lost Driver Bits

Hello Jake, The Stubby Robertson screwdriver works very nicely as do the Robertson screws. But I have never received the two Robertson driver bits that I ordered back in April. Initially I ordered a bunch of the screws (about $70 worth) along with a 2 and 3 inch driver bits. When the screws arrived the bits were not in the package and I’m still waiting for them to show up. There have been a few emails back and forth on this but still no bits. While I’d Ike to order a few more items I’m reluctant to because of what seems to be a shipping issue when a US destination is involved. When I ordered the Stubby, I upgraded the shipping level and received it with no problem. That’s a brief summary of what I experienced. Can you please resend the driver bits (with shipping that can be tracked) and invoice me for the cost? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Frank Gaizo