Neiko 03044A Mini Ratcheting Screwdriver and Bit Set, Pocket Size Close-Quarters ,1/4-Inch Drive
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- MINI / LOW PROFILE: unique mini-size low profile ratchet driver handle, only 3/8” thick and 4” long, is perfect for tight work spaces and close quarters
- 16-TEETH REVERSIBLE: ratcheting mechanism delivers smooth fastening and unfastening
- CHROME VANADIUM: cr-v steel bits with extra strong hardness and precisely machined tip reduce wear-outs and insure longevity
- MAGNETIC BIT ADAPTOR: holds bit securely and provides enough torque
- SET INCLUDES: 7 x 1” bits in an organizer: 3-pc Phillips (#1, #2 and #3), 2-pc Slotted (4.5mm and 7mm), and 2-pc Torx star (T15 and T20)
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Never worry about your bits coming loose while you tighten or loosen your screws. Even for its small size, the magnetic power can securely hold bits in its place.
A Complete Set
Comes with 6 different bit shapes for ultimate versatility. Save time and money with buying multiple screwdrivers when you have all of them in one complete set.
Tighten and Loosen with Ease
The reversible mechanism allows you to quickly switch from tightening to loosening screws. Just a simple press converts the clockwise and counterpoise rotation of the screwdriver.
Phillips 1, 2, 3. Slotted 4- 1/2MM, 7MM .Star T15, T20.
Top customer reviews
I bought another one thinking it is the same thing. They are not. See the pictures showing the difference.
Get this one.
Overall, the tool is fairly high quality, with a good heft to it. It feels reasonably well made and sturdy for the price. The design is quite possibly as low profile as a screwdriver can physically get without compromising usability (by resorting to non-standard attachments). The bits are universal, making it versatile with a wide variety of screws. I can use bits from my cordless drill and other screwdriver sets.
Really my only complaint, and it's a big one, is where the ratchet toggle switch is. Because of how tight my space restriction was, I had to hold the tool by the head for leverage so that it aligns with the screw on the shelf and allow me to apply the proper torque. This caused me to touch the toggle and flip the direction, adding extra hassle.
Other than that, I'm happy to have this tool in my toolbox for future situations.
Thickness with bit inserted: Just a hair over whatever the length of your bit is. They go inside the ratchet head, and rest on a flat part on the back.
I bought this to put in a bit set box that had no driver. A full size screw river would not fit the box, but this will. I will take a screwdriver with me when I grab the bit set, but wanted to have some sort of driver in the actual box.
Definitely on the small size, this this ratchet is perfect for reaching a screw with obstructions that do not allow long drivers.
Very well made, and even comes with seven bits.
If you are able to use a full-size screwdriver do so, but this is a nice addition to any toolbox. Durable, refined, very portable, takes no space, weighs very little, and will reach screws other screwdrivers will not. Definitely recommended.
It can ratchet in either direction. It comes with 7 interchangeable bits, which is unimportant to me. I have a large kit to draw upon for almost every bit a person could need. Takes standard small hexagonal bits. Changes direction with a flick of a small switch.
It's about 4 inches long, with a bit installed it's 1 inch thick from the bottom to the top of the average bit, with the shaft being 1/4 inch thick and about 2/3 inch wide at the top.
Really great tool, very happy.
Also the bits fall out too easily. I'll be using the hex wrench, and once I'm done and try to pull the tool away, the bit stays in the screw. I only use one size (one of the film industry standards), so I just wrapped a little electrical tape around the bit before I inserted it. Definitely did the trick and it's hard for me to take it out even on purpose.
Not very comfortable at all if you're thinking about using this a lot, which I don't. So I prefer smaller footprint in my tool bag to bigger handle and better comfort.
I don't know why some people are complaining about quality. Goodness, this thing only costs $8. Are you using it to build the space shuttle or something?