Now With Black Ti Dual Nitride Coated Bits
We discovered these screw drivers while we were sourcing some tools for a client. We liked them so much we all wanted some for our personal use so we bought some and are offering the extras here. Let our bulk purchasing power work for you!
2 tool bits provide 4 working tips all made of heat treated s2 tool steel. The composite plastic handle and pocket clip makes this quite the technician's screw driver.
Great addition to my pack EDC. Also pictured is the brass SERE Compass, Trident UGM, ITW Survival Whistle (orange) Titanium Norton's U.C.S. (Universal Cleaning Stick) and Gray Cord Tips.
As a Field Radio Operator this tool fits nicely into tactical packs. Size is right for small field radios. Got the Orange so it is hard to lose.
It's a great little screwdriver, high-quality, inexpensive. What I would like to know is, why hasn't anyone thought to provide more bits for it? These are a good assortment if you're only going to have four. But how many little chintzy screwdrivers with 35 or 50 or more bits are being sold out there? I have a job where I need, say, a Phillips #2, a 2.5 mm hex, and a 3 mm hex. If I had those choices available in two bits, or even four if I had to carry the others in my pocket (or elsewhere on the tool like in end caps), I could do the whole job with just that tool. Why not offer a bit assortment?
I should note that I own the first generation tool.