The Monday Postbag – Mijia Electric Precision Screwdriver

Precision screwdriver set from Banggood

Here’s the link and official description – XIAOMI Mijia 350mAh 200rpm Electric Precision Screwdriver Type-C Rechargeable – 2 Gears Repair Tool with Magnetic Storage Case & 24pcs S2 Steel Bits

Sometime in April 2022 this USB-C rechargeable screwdriver and bits set is/were on special offer, that might be dead by the time you read this but as this is the neatest miniature electric I’ve come across to date, probably worth a quick peek anyway. Next time my specs need fixing I reckon this’ll be ideal.

In case it’s not obvious, even the case is sturdy metal. The kit (model MJDDLSDOO3QW by the look of the instruction leaflet) came complete with Chinese-only instructions but as they weren’t needed, no big deal. The screwdriver has forward and reverse as well as 2-speed and off controls and the whole thing looks well constructed. Weight 353gm and produced by www.mi.com

Not ENTIRELY sure about the fine quality finish – very good to be sure but will that last in a rough-and-tumble workshop?

The USB-C lead is standard, it would have been nice had it fit in the pretty case – but then one could always leave the lead hanging off the wall… I like the bits, some being extra long and all being magnetic. Overall, not bad given the obvious quality.

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3 thoughts on “The Monday Postbag – Mijia Electric Precision Screwdriver

  1. I finally received this from Banggood and am thrilled. Such high quality and magnetised in all the right ways to make the bits stick to the case and to the driver. The machining looks well done and it just feels like a high-quality piece of kit.

  2. I got the Wowstick screwdriver as a gift and only after having used it did I realize how useful it was. Makes taking small things apart so much less tedious.

    1. Yes, I’ve a terrible tendancy to use my normal battery screwdriver for fine projects – just because it is in front of me – and habit – usually a bad mistake as more often than not I’ve damaged the heads on the screws through using an inappropriate screwdriver and bit.

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