screwdriver with nonconductive coating
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Shock Sleeve

A nonconductive coating beneath the orange plastic jacket insulates this screwdriver's shaft. Stuck on a nonconductive handle, it protects users from up to 1,000 volts of electricity. We jammed it in an outlet, and guess what? It works!

Set of two (slotted- and Phillips-head) will run you about $35; Klein Tools
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