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A friend of mine just came back from America and I asked him to bring me back something.
He picked up this electricians screwdriver for $6 in an electrical hardware store.
I notice it is non insulated but the packaging was marked as an 'electricians 6 in 1 screwdriver'

Non insulated tools seem perfectly acceptable in America ?

I would upload a photo but it appears I can not due to server issues ?
 
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Non insulated tools seem perfectly acceptable in America ?
By rights every circuit we work on should be isolated from the supply therefore we do not need insulated tools as a general rule.
 

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from watching a few US youtube videos, it seems common over there to rely on non-vde tools. maybe it's because they can make them from a bit of a tree and a hammered nail.
 
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It is a sham that we can no longer attach pictures to posts.
This screwdriver is quite nice considering it only cost $6 (about a fiver).
It has 2 slotted ends and 2 Philips end which you can swap round in the handle. Klein make a few versions but are more than twice the price.
Its made by a company called ACE
 
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If you're referring to the new T&Cs, don't read them (or forget them) :p
 
It is a sham that we can no longer attach pictures to posts.
This screwdriver is quite nice considering it only cost $6 (about a fiver).
It has 2 slotted ends and 2 Philips end which you can swap round in the handle. Klein make a few versions but are more than twice the price.
Its made by a company called ACE
You can attach pictures to posts they will only be removed if they are reported or deemed not suitable.
 
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Have tried again but I get

' The uploaded file is too large for the server to process'

It is a single photo
 
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