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I would like a lightweight electric implement for undoing and doing up screws on sockets, switches etc. It's really just for when I am doing EICR's as you take off quite a few faceplates. There are so many options out there that i'm getting a bit snowed under trying to narrow down my search. It's really if any of you use something like this and are happy with it.

Ideally i'd like it to have a degree of speed control on it, although I guess if it is pretty slow anyway then maybe not. Anything from some kind of pencil screwdriver to one that looks like a drill, as long as it's light.

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