I definitely prefer a pozidrive as it's easier to screw, what about you?
techiebloke the Philips one, it's the only one with a proper name 😂
techiebloke not an expert but the most common one that works with everything 🙂
Flat head don't really like Philips heads 🙄
techiebloke Hi it's pozidrive for me as it seems to give you more control when fixing ! As a Philips head is designed to slip out when too much torque is applied so you don't rip the head off the screw a pozidrive won't slip out when too much torque is applied!
techiebloke defo the pozi no 2
techiebloke pozi 2 or ph2 , they are the most univeska
techiebloke torx cos i’m different
Philips one it never slips out
techiebloke i like them as well.
flat head - you can use a knife in a pinch
natasha_smith What about Alan Key?
sherwood not a screw, more a little screwdriver type dude 😂
Number two or three square drive.
Depends on what I'm using it for. In a dry environment I go for torx (so you can use a drill) After that a Supadriv or Pozidriv (they're stronger than Phillips) Slot heads are only good for very light jobs.
i go with whatever comes to hand
I’ve got an impact driver doesn’t matter either way it’s going in the wall 😁
Not really botherd. Why do they use different ones and not just one standard one. It would be much easier.
Philips head, slots arent assure footed (if tgat makes sense?)
Hammer to put in crowbar to remove. 😆
lwachtrop Hammer to put in
It's true, A Hammer is an American Screwdriver or persuader.
Which screw can resist?