Inline 91mm Phillips Screwdriver Versions - Click for side view
Inline 91mm Phillips Screwdriver Versions - Click for side view

The 91mm in-line Phillips screwdriver is suitable for both Phillips #1 and #2 screws.

It has a catch (friction lock) in the 90° position (as well as in the fully extended position) that can be useful for getting into a tight spot, or to allow for more torque to loosen or tighten a screw. The tools lock slightly more securely in the fully extended position. Although it is not a true locking tool, the friction lock does go some way towards preventing accidental closure during use.

The 91mm version is always paired in the same layer as the LED module, or magnifying glass. In 2002 it was shortened, to allow it to be placed in the same layer as the new LED module. In 2007 this shortened version replaced the longer version completely, when it was also paired with the later, slightly larger, magnifying glass.

The 111mm family has two in-line Phillips drivers, a short, wider version and a longer, slim version (Phillips #00 & #0). These tools are a little different! They are always paired with, and are located under the pliers and the scissors respectively. They have protrusions on the tang to help with deployment, and the pliers and scissors must be partially opened, before the Phillips drivers can be deployed. They do not catch when at 90°.

See also:

  • The back-side Phillips, which is the most common version of the Phillips screwdriver (excluding the can-opener)
  • The can-opener, that has a slotted-screwdriver, which is designed to also be used with Phillips screws
  • The 58mm cap-lifter/combo tool, that has a small #00/#0 magnetic Phillips driver
  • The more recent bit-driver, that contains Phillips, Pozidrive, and other bits


The Wenger Phillips in-line screwdrivers are similar to their Victorinox counterparts, and are available in certain models in the Wenger 85mm and 120mm families. However they have one significant difference - They employ the innovative Wenger pressure-locking system, which locks the tools when downward pressure is applied - ie when driving a screw. The 85mm version is usually paired opposite the Wenger wrench.

More info and images needed.

Created by ICanFixThat. Last Modification: Friday 26 of April, 2024 03:13:53 CEST by Huntsman.

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