EDC-Key Screwdriver ~ - CountyComm
EDC-Key Screwdriver ~ - CountyComm
EDC-Key Screwdriver ~ - CountyComm
EDC-Key Screwdriver ~ - CountyComm

EDC-Key Screwdriver ~

Regular price $0.95
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The amazing EDC-Key by Maratac™ was developed by EOD Robotics in 2008 for use by military robotics repair technicians.

  • The Unique Bi-Wing design provides amazing torque with just two fingers, yet is small enough to fit in your pocket.
  • The shank provides bit retention using a powerful Neodymium magnet.
  • Includes one machined Phillips and straight, hollow ground bit that is induction heat treated to Rockwell 52, but also fits standard 1/4" bits.
  • The handle is drilled for use on a key chain or tether cord.
  • Made in USA

EDC Color Thumb Cap Set

  • High visibility and easy to find in your EDC tool kit.
  • International Orange & Neon Green
  • Made in USA

Customer Reviews

Based on 48 reviews
Fernando Villa (Nogales, US)

Excellent Item. Fast shipping in a very secure package.
Good Job, guys !!

Dan Smith (Ripley, US)
Best ever

Awesome keychain tool or edc bag gear love it.

Ivan "Tex" Gilmore (Washington, US)
Great keychain tool

Already had a 2 way bit. Cap worked great with it on the keychain. Good quality too.

Enrique (Hialeah, US)

Very practical in a small size...

Outsidejim (Ashland City, US)
Used regularly

A lot of edc items are rarely used and kept only as a just in case sort of scenario. This screwdriver is used regularly. The bit is actually a handy size, fitting #2 Phillips and 1/4" slotted screws. If course the bitholder will hold any 1/4" bit, and the bitholder can be removed from the plastic grip sand used in a drill or impact. This tool is so handy that I have one on each keyring I have and I've purchased others for guys I work with. They all say that they've found it very handy and gets regular use as well.

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