New WORX 4V Max Lithium Screwdriver Has Three Digital Torque Settings

Charlotte, NC – The new WORX® 4V Max Lithium Screwdriver has three, digital, pushbutton settings that enable the user to match the cordless tool’s torque, or turning force, to the job at hand. This lightweight and compact power driver is especially easy to maneuver in tight quarters, and can handle any number of light- to mid-duty screw-driving jobs.

Nearly all cordless drill-drivers today feature adjustable torque settings, including a screw-driving mode. But torque control on cordless screwdrivers mainly has been limited to high-end, professional models, where speed and productivity are essential. Now, the WORX 4V Screwdriver brings the convenience and efficiency of digital torque control to any homeowner’s toolbox, kitchen drawer or automobile glove box.

Unlike a bulky drill-driver, the WORX 4V Screwdriver weighs only 1.5 lbs. with a compact, circular, lean body. The power screwdriver’s internal 4V Max lithium 1.5 Ah battery recharges in 1.5 hours, has a (no-load) run time of 45 minutes and holds a charge up to 18 months.  It is conveniently charged via USB cable and does not need a dedicated charger.  The USB charging cable (Type C) connects to a cell phone’s A/C plug or directly to a tablet or laptop computer’s USB port.

The 4V driver operates at a speed of 300 (no-load) rpm.  When the screw-driving icon on the handle is pressed, a lighted display allows the user to select one of three torque levels: one light indicates 22 in-lbs; two lights indicate 33 in-lbs; and three lights indicate 44 in-lbs.

The power screwdriver makes short work of installing blinds and drapes, kitchen and bathroom hardware, door sets and hinges, lighting fixtures, electric cover plates and many other everyday home projects and repairs.  It’s also handy for such tasks as assembling knock-down furniture, gas grills, planters and toys.

WORX 4V Max Lith Screwdriver.JPGThe nylon-composite screwdriver features an overmold rubber handle for a sure grip and comfortable operation. Dual LED lights on the front of the tool illuminate the work area when the trigger is pressed. The rocker-style trigger includes forward/reverse bit rotation, making it quick and easy to switch between driving and backing off fasteners.

Twelve ¼-in, hex-shanked bits are included with the WORX 4V Screwdriver.  These include a 2 in., #2 Phillips bit; 2 in. extension/impact driver bit; and 10 other popular sizes of Philliips, slotted, Torx® and square-recess bits. The power driver’s magnetic bit holder also accepts a full range of other ¼ in. hex-shanked bits, which are widely available at hardware stores and home centers. A convenient, double-clasp blow-molded plastic case is included for organized storage and easy transport.

The WORX 4V Max Lithium Screwdriver (WX240L, $39.99) is available at, Menards and Amazon. The tool is covered by the WORX three-year limited warranty.

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