What sets this 118-piece precision screwdriver set apart from others is that it includes a tabletop organizer rack, making it easy to grab the right tool right from your workbench. It contains dozens of drivers in square, flat, Phillips, Pozidrive, hex head, and Torx styles, each made with a magnetized S2 alloy tool steel.
This pen-sized screwdriver is ideal for working on electronics and hobby projects. The electric driver loosens and tightens screws with ease, and has a shadow-free LED light. It comes with 64 interchangeable bits including Phillips, slotted, hex, Torx, Tri-wing, star, and square, along with useful tools for opening devices and a case.
Trying to install or remove screws in a tight spot is a common problem. This drill accessory from DeWalt is a must in every toolbox, offering easy access to confined spaces with its 12″ long flexible shaft and right-angle bit holder. Its Rapid Load head makes for easy bit changes, and is backed by a strong magnet for holding screws.
Chiseled Design created what they call “The king of all screwdrivers.” This 18K gold-plated multitool packs 40 functions in one. Its magnetic body holds 27 different 1/4″ driver bits, a 9-in-1 spoke wrench, a file, inch and metric rulers, a bubble level, and more. It also can open packages with ease.
After six years off the market, Vital Carry’s teensy keychain bit driver is back for a limited pre-order. The capsule-shaped tool hides a #2 Phillips screwdriver bit inside. Neodymium magnets hold the bit in place, and it can accept most 1/4″ x 1″ or shorter hex bits. Available in aluminum, brass, copper, or titanium.
Never be caught without the proper driver again. This kit includes more than 90 magnetic bits to fit just about every small screw head, with bits for flat, Philips, micro-torx, pentalobe, tri-wing, square, Posidriv, and triangle heads. It also includes a flex extender, tweezers, mini metric sockets, and other tools for working with small parts.
Removing an old, rusty, or damaged screw can be a massive pain. Crescent Tools aims to solve that problem these special drivers, designed to be struck with a hammer to dig into the heads of stuck screws, improving grip and the likelihood you can extract them properly. The 2pc. set includes 1/4″ flat and #2 Phillips drivers.
This compact driver features a durable aviation-grade aluminum body, along with magnetic storage for nine bits inside of its handle. The included 1/4″ bits are made from S2 steel alloy and fit into the tool’s horizontal or vertical driver sockets. The M-19 also doubles as a bottle opener and as an improvised fidget toy.
Designed by Joe Wu for CRKT, this handy tool is perfect for maintaining knives or other items that use Torx screws. The compact aluminum driver fits comfortably in your hand, grips confidently, and stores six bits in its handle. It comes with T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, and T15 driver bits.
Paul Jackman often makes things from reclaimed pallet wood. This time, he used the wood to craft 100 screwdrivers for his sponsor ISOTunes. He first milled the pieces down into sticks, cut and milled them into hexagons, then shaped them into their final form on a lathe. He also put a hidden compartment into each handle.
This precision screwdriver set includes 120 bits, including Phillips, flathead, Torx, Torx security, pentalobe, tri-wing, and more, making it easy to open just about any electronic device on the market. The kit folds up into a hexagonal shape for storage and comes with a magnetic bit driver, a flexible shaft, tweezers, and pry tools.
A smaller version of Atech’s versatile multitool pen. This version is small enough to keep on your keychain and includes a pen, stylus tip, flathead and Phillips screwdrivers, and a 3″ ruler. It’s made from aluminum and has a hexagonal body to keep it from rolling around.
This miniature screwdriver is small enough to fit into cramped spaces, and comes with seven precision-machined bits to handle a variety of assembly and disassembly tasks. It includes P00, P0, 2mm slot, 3mm slot, T5, T6, and T8 bits. Picquic also sells a 3-tool set with two larger multi-drivers.
This 3″ long tool goes anywhere and hides a retractable 1/4″ bit driver. It features a spring-loaded bolt-action mechanism and accepts any standard 1″ long bit in its magnetic bit holder. A knurled finish provides grip and style, and it comes in machined aluminum, brass, or copper.
Most keychain or pocket bit drivers struggle to produce sufficient torque. Vessel’s ball-shaped handle is small enough to carry on a keychain or belt loop, and its design offers a superior grip for its size. It accepts the same long 1/4″ hex bits you might use with a drill. They also make Ball Grip drivers in larger sizes.
Random Hands dug into their toolbox in search of the right screwdriver – not for loosening screws, but for remaking into a flashy gold-plated bolt-action pen. Rather than melting down the driver’s shaft, they drilled out its solid center, making way for the pen’s refill and mechanism, then followed that with texturing and plating.
MetMo’s unique hand tool features a design inspired by a classic 1950s ratchet driver. Like its muse, the MetMo Driver features an exposed ratchet mechanism, upgraded with modern engineering to maximize power. A flip-down handle provides added leverage, especially when working in tight spots.
With this 112-bit driver kit from iFixit, you’ll never be caught without the proper tool for opening gadgets. It comes with 1/4″ and 4mm bit driver handles with magnetic bit sockets, knurled grips, swivel tops, and high-quality bits made from S2 and 6150 steel. And if anything ever breaks, it’s covered by iFixit’s lifetime warranty.
This handy pocket tool has just about everything you’d need to take apart and reassemble a furnace, air conditioner, and many other things. It comes with 5/16″ and 1/4″ nut drivers, #1 and #2 Phillips, 1/4″ & 3/16″ flat, #1 and #2 square-recess drivers, and a Schrader valve core tool. Its arms lock into place for a confident grip.
With this 208-piece set from Jackson Palmer, you’ll never be caught without the right screwdriver bit again. The 1/4″ hex bit kit includes nut drivers, security bits, Torx, slotted, Phillips, and other specialty bits, each made from high-grade carbon steel. The set also includes a quick-change bit holder.
Need to tighten or loosen screws in a tight space? MulWark’s 4″ long ratcheting wrench is just 20mm (~.79″) thick with its bits in place, so it can fit into tricky areas where you can’t use a long driver. Its 1/4″ drive socket magnetically holds bits, which are made from durable CRV6150 steel, and come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
This pen-style driver comes with 17 interchangeable bits and can store five of them in its handle. It includes metric hex, slotted, Phillips, Torx, and Torx security bits, along with a storage tray. It’s designed for firearms maintenance, but makes a great addition to any EDC tool kit.
This pocket-sized screwdriver features a bolt-action mechanism like those on pens. Its double-sided mechanism provides space for two 1/4″ hex bits and includes a swappable knob for added torque. Attach a 1/4″ hex key and socket adapter, and it turns into a socket wrench. Available in stainless steel or titanium.
This portable tool kit is great for quick assembly and disassembly tasks. It comes with a brass hex bit driver with a knurled grip, a ball-bearing spinner, and a magnetic hex socket. Packed inside its leather tool roll are 13 bits, including Torx, Phillips, and flat blade drivers. The driver is available by itself for about $20.