From Klein Tools, the Conduit Reamer works with a screwdriver to ream and smooth thin-wall conduit. It locks onto a screwdriver and can ream both ID and OD at the same time. Comes with two set-screws to fit either round or square-shank screwdrivers.
- Reamer locks onto screwdrivers, reams and smoothes thin-wall conduit
- Reams ID and OD at the same time
- Two set-screws to fit round- or square-shank screwdrivers
- Fits up to 3/8-Inch (10 mm) keystone-tip screwdrivers
- NOT for use on power tools
- Designed to be used on Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT)
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Linnie Towne (verified owner) –
This is excellent for reaming conduit. I install it on a hex shank through shaft screwdriver, makes a great all around conduit install/”beater” screwdriver. Haven’t found anything comparable on the market.
Jayce Gerlach (verified owner) –
the only reason not to have this if your an electrician, is if all you ever do is trip and staple romex. You ream up to 1 inch conduit after that use your channies. the blades are replaceable and the reamer body fits great on your square shaft flat head. A MUST have.
Nona Champlin (verified owner) –
Maia Harris (verified owner) –
I’ve been in the trade for 24 years and I was told on my 1st day as an apprentice to get one of these and a Klein square shank Flat head screw driver. I still have them to this day and they work great. I buy them as a set for apprentices worth their salt because this tool will last. I would much rather have a tool that I can work than have a tool that works me.If you run conduit ( 1/2″, 3/4″ or 1′), GET THIS REAMER AND A KLEIN SQUARE SHANK FLAT HEAD SCREW DRIVER. You will not regret it.
Casey Boyle (verified owner) –
Just as good as handled reamer…
Martine Armstrong (verified owner) –
This is my second reamer. I lost my old one. I like it because I can put it on my beater flathead and combine the tools. The teeth can wear out and break over time, like any reamer, that is why I would recommend buying a set of replacement teeth for the future. You will get many years out of this tool. Make sure you have a set of small Allen’s . This reamer works best on a 4″ square shank flathead screwdriver like the one klein makes. Would also fit well on the 4″ klein demo driver or the wear kraftform striking screwdriver.
Brionna VonRueden (verified owner) –
The tool required to use this attachment is the Klein 3/8-inch keystone-tip flathead screwdriver with eight-inch heavy duty shank internet number 100647958 (Klein model number 602-8). A 1/8-inch allen wrench (not included) is required to fasten reamer attachment onto screwdriver shank.
Nicklaus Herman (verified owner) –
Great tool for rimming the pipe. Do recommend it for an electrician.
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Tyrell Vandervort (verified owner) –
does what it is supposed to do
Beth Cartwright (verified owner) –
Love these reamers they work great and use them almost everyday