I've used the original Mr. 7 hands model for years. I work a lot with laptops and I've found that it's hard to find screwdrivers with small enough heads but wide handles (for better torque/leverage). This screwdriver fits the bill. I have multiple versions of this line and they are all excellent.
The advantages are:
- Multiple sized screws, everything to get at both laptop and desktop screws of all sizes
- Wide grip allows for easier removal of screws
- Small "eyeglass" sized Philips & Flathead has been used by others in the office for their glasses quite often
- Magnetic coat really helps lift out screws from tight places
- Clip on this model has been redesigned for much easier access to batteries for the light
- This model has LED lights which are brighter the the old model with a yellow incandescent bulb
- The flashlight version makes a bit of a creaking noise, I'm guessing it has to do with the addition of the large flashlight unit at the top, the older non-flashlight version did not do this
- My copy seems to have one of the screwdrivers just slightly out of alignment, I have to push on it a bit to lock the head into place. I'm guessing this is just my copy.
- There's only one switch for both LED lights, so you always have to cycle thru, small light/large light/off
I saw Apollo tools was clearing out their "old" regular Mr. 7 hand copies. I'm guessing that those were the old yellow lightbulb version and the new regular Mr. 7 hands will probably feature the redesigned clip found on this model along with the one small LED light..I assure you the small LED light is just about as bright as the larger one, if I had a choice I'd probably stick with the original model, assuming they realy do give it the new clip design and swap the lighting type.... I have yet to get the "new" regular model myself so I can't confirm it.
This "flashlight" version however, is still pretty solid and I'll be keeping it for home use. My original will stay in the office where it gets daily use.