Feb 18, 2021
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This is the Klein tools magnetizer. 🧲🧲🧲. Use it to magnetizer OR de-magnetize your favorite screwdriver.
#tools #magnet #screwdriver

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    Tool ProsTool Pros7 days ago
  • Yeah that's handy

    Glitch in the MatrixGlitch in the MatrixDay ago
  • What the hell??? Can someone explain this

    Kellz KKellz K5 days ago
  • by just buying these, I just disassemble a medium size speaker, get the magnet, which they have a hole in the middle, put your screwdriver in it, rotate it a few times in the magnet, and depending on the magnet polarity,you can unpolarize the screwdriver back to the neurtal state(non magnetized), and to make the screwdriver polarized, just scroll it inside the magnet. It'll wokr just fine.

    Omar RamaOmar Rama5 days ago
  • Well I rub my screwdriver on a speaker magnet and does the job too

    Fernando RamirezFernando Ramirez8 days ago
  • Use a car speaker

    Randy bobandyRandy bobandy8 days ago
  • These things are all cheap chinese junk. Just get a strong neodymium magnet and rub it on whatever you wana magnetize. It will last longer

    GemcorGemcor9 days ago
    • Or just put a magnet on the bottom of the screwdriver, works as well. And lasts until you take the magnet off. But yeah I agree

      BrizzitHQBrizzitHQ8 days ago
  • I have the same be coming in clutch .... especially when I'm working on some can lights

    Long DickLong Dick10 days ago
  • Always wondered if these things worked. Thanks for the demo! 👍🏼

    tinmantinman10 days ago
  • Lol dude any magnet also acts as a magnetizer. It's pretty useless to buy that thing.

    Bob RossBob Ross10 days ago
  • Its called a magnet. 😯

    CoreyCorey10 days ago
  • Real quick?

    SubieLift OzSubieLift Oz11 days ago
  • Fun fact, the longer your screwdriver is the more magnetic it will be with less threading of the magnetizer

    Senile GoldsmithSenile Goldsmith11 days ago
  • What kind of witchcraft is this?! Are you a Warlock?

    BakedPo TatoBakedPo Tato11 days ago
    • Gypsy

      Glitch in the MatrixGlitch in the MatrixDay ago
  • God that is such a nice tool to have, especially when you have those little screws that just looking at them wrong you lose

    Brandon BeardBrandon Beard11 days ago
    • Yes. Nice to have it special for precision screwdrivers.

      Work Smart 4UWork Smart 4U9 days ago
  • I have one that's 25 years old made by Makita

    B. FettB. Fett11 days ago
  • Does it have a hole for the user to satisfy.

    Ari HuuskonenAri Huuskonen12 days ago
  • How long doesn't the magnetization last? Beside sticking it in the bottom hole.

    Chris Fairfield (ABSFS)Chris Fairfield (ABSFS)12 days ago
  • Depends who it is...

    Chris Fairfield (ABSFS)Chris Fairfield (ABSFS)12 days ago
  • I just pull one from an old speaker or laptop for free

    zad08zad0812 days ago
  • Sorcery!!!

    406MountainMan406MountainMan12 days ago
  • OwO screwdriver fleshlight

    Anguis MemesAnguis Memes12 days ago
  • Oh here come the jokes

    Food FanaticFood Fanatic12 days ago
  • Or just buy magnetic tipped tools? Like I get it. Its good in a pinch but it wears off in the heat.

    noobpro 97noobpro 9713 days ago
    • @Jordan Adams yes and no. Depends on the manufacturers choice of material and how they go about magnetising them.

      noobpro 97noobpro 977 days ago
    • @noobpro 97 magnetic tipped tools Would as well if they're not made of permanent magnets?

      Jordan AdamsJordan Adams7 days ago
    • @Jeremy Ron please oh grand Master teach me the way of the 2$ fridge magnet.

      noobpro 97noobpro 978 days ago
    • @noobpro 97 I don't think you grasp the point of this tool. Give your head a shake and move on.

      Jeremy RonJeremy Ron8 days ago
    • @Jeremy Ron if it seams like a waist to buy better tools to you then I don't think there's anything I care to actually speak with you about. Have a good life filled with awful tools.

      noobpro 97noobpro 9710 days ago
  • this may be a wild question but, do you have to keep magnetizing it every so often or does that one time keep it magnetized forever?

    IkonIkon13 days ago
    • Depends on the material of what you're magnetizing, as well as the conditions it's in. Like the other person said, heat and impact will demagnetize it faster. Every material that isn't a permanent magnet will eventually lose its magnetism whether if it's from this or not

      Jordan AdamsJordan Adams7 days ago
    • Heat and impacts will slowly demagnetize them so you will have to magnetize them every now and then. But with normal use it probably lasts a few weeks

      Kayla TheilKayla Theil12 days ago
    • @FatStogie noice

      IkonIkon12 days ago
    • Depending on the metal. steel screwdrivers can maintain its magnetism for weeks or maybe months. I asked the same question and did a quick search. Apparently dropping your tool or taping it against anything weakens its magnetism. Interesting 🤔. In the end you will have to magnetize again.

      FatStogieFatStogie12 days ago
  • Where u bought it

    Cal FernandezCal Fernandez13 days ago
  • Does the magnet wear down on the screw driver at all?

    Jimmy PJimmy P13 days ago
    • Yes the magnetism of the screwdriver will wear off eventually and need to be remagnetized if thats what your asking

      John TillmanJohn Tillman12 days ago
    • How tf would that make any sense. No, obviously not.

      Elliot StevensElliot Stevens13 days ago
  • These products have never worked for me ever lol

    Actinium AnarchyActinium Anarchy13 days ago
    • Probably because you're not using a material that's able to be magnetised very well

      Jordan AdamsJordan Adams7 days ago
  • What's up guys..

    Mike beats tsbMike beats tsb13 days ago
  • So its a two holer....

    TEC Man 96TEC Man 9613 days ago
  • Can you demagnetize a magnet with this? 🤔

    maegganvmaegganv13 days ago
    • Only feramagnetic and paramagnetic materials

      Jordan AdamsJordan Adams7 days ago
    • Don’t do it, that’s how atomic bombs are made !!!!

      FatStogieFatStogie12 days ago
  • Learnt this theory in primary school with a magnet when I was 8 no need for a tool just use the magnet on your torch 🤔

    danthemandantheman13 days ago
  • I always used a speaker lol.

    mm88swrtmm88swrt13 days ago
  • I've had a Wera version of this for a few years now, handy little tool.

    duncan stewartduncan stewart13 days ago
    • Nice. Wera is making nice tools. I have an set from then and using it with pleasure every time. Cand you tell me the name of the magnetizer from Wera? Or a code...

      Work Smart 4UWork Smart 4U9 days ago
  • How many times can you do that?

    KeyStrokeKeyStroke13 days ago
  • That's just like my personality.

    lostintime86lostintime8614 days ago
    • Yes ofcourse Lost_in_time I am 82 Elder.

      Sriramamurthy A.Sriramamurthy A.13 days ago
  • I’ve been looking for a better quality version of this tool as mine is justa. Cheap Chinese plastic version and thanks to your video I found it. Thank you for this insightful Video

    Eric SalidbarEric Salidbar14 days ago
    • Gemcor 🙏 I have a lot of tipes of strong neodim magnets. Even one from a harddrive.

      Work Smart 4UWork Smart 4U9 days ago
    • @Work Smart 4U the problem is these gimmicks sort of work but not well. They dont provide a strong magnetic grip. You can only ever lift small screws from what I've ever seen and experienced. Their might be a really good one out there but its going to cost more than $10 or $15 dollars because good strong magnets are kinda expensive. BTW I love your short vids! 🤙

      GemcorGemcor9 days ago
    • @Gemcor thanks for your tip. I will try it.

      Work Smart 4UWork Smart 4U9 days ago
    • They really are all junk. Get a neodymium magnetic and just rub it against whatever you want to magnetize

      GemcorGemcor9 days ago
    • It is useful. I have one similar but neverd use it. Maybe after this video I will.

      Work Smart 4UWork Smart 4U9 days ago
  • Used this on my klein 11-1 to magnitize the Phillips bit and it's been going strong for 2 years now

    Logan DurbinLogan Durbin14 days ago
  • But how??

    lyndon moorelyndon moore14 days ago
    • @Jordan Adams can do

      lyndon moorelyndon moore7 days ago
    • Look up magnetic domains.

      Jordan AdamsJordan Adams7 days ago
  • Thats really cool

    Zac AustinZac Austin14 days ago
  • It’s a ka-magnetizer!

    Anthony LacareAnthony Lacare14 days ago
  • I need that so bad!

    DonDon14 days ago
  • Yes, but never go bottom hole back to top hole...

    Dave GioDave Gio14 days ago
    • You went there.

      Glitch in the MatrixGlitch in the MatrixDay ago
    • But wait, what about doggie?

      New JargonNew Jargon9 days ago
    • Nice tool btw. This video remembed me that I have a similar tool in my workshop.

      Work Smart 4UWork Smart 4U9 days ago
    • Dang, came to the comments section to see if people have their minds in the gutter....YEP WE DO!!!!! 🤣😂🤣😂🤣

      tinmantinman10 days ago
    • @406MountainMan Thats what I was gonna say

      Darren WinsettDarren Winsett10 days ago
  • Bought one on Amazon last week. Worth the $12.

    2011 SHO Kona2011 SHO Kona14 days ago
  • I’m pretty sure you can do this with the magnet of a speaker.

    cristian velazquezcristian velazquez15 days ago
    • @Tajr good point.

      cristian velazquezcristian velazquez10 days ago
    • If your just remagnetizing your bits at lunch yeah but if your doing electrical finishing this is a must have. Slotted screws don't hold onto the tip without this. Doesn't need to be made by klein though. I'd buy a knock off

      TajrTajr14 days ago
    • Totally, but in a nice compact cheap package it is completely worth the few bucks.

      x7slim8xx7slim8x15 days ago
  • I got 1 at harbor freight the block 1 on sale for 3$ works great

    JESUS YESHUA EL ELYON elshadai Adon Ori haaretzJESUS YESHUA EL ELYON elshadai Adon Ori haaretz15 days ago
  • Omg what Is this alien technology...I have to have it lol. On a real note that is amazing and can see were this tool could be very handy to have in our bag of tools arsenal of accessories. Thanks Tool Pros for sproduct on your Channel.

    JH HVAC & PlumbingJH HVAC & Plumbing16 days ago
  • Got one as well and it comes in handy

    Mr GreenMr Green16 days ago
    • I have one and never used

      Work Smart 4UWork Smart 4U9 days ago
    • Same here, mine is a cheap Chinese model that came with a screwdriver set I use for PC building. It works great with other screwdrivers!

      x7slim8xx7slim8x15 days ago
  • I love it !

    Ted E. BearTed E. Bear16 days ago