BEST MULTI BiT SCREWDRIVER
BEST MULTI BiT SCREWDRIVER review Klein vs ideal vs greenlee vs megapro vs picquic
I really like Picquic drivers. They don't rattle and just feel a lot more solid in use than most other multi bit drivers. I also feel like the size of the bits makes them easier to deal with, especially if you're wearing gloves.
I like Megapro, also that they have different versions like, elevator, Tamperproof, Outdoor, jobsite, HVAC, Automotive, RV, Electronic. HEX. I got the Automotive, Original and the Ratcheting version.
My first Megapro i have had over 20 years (1999) and no problems. With the Klein the bits inst visible, huge disadvantage.
yea i like the picqiuc to. a lot of people dont know this but the shank of the picquic is made by an old machine that made bullets for WW2 in canada for both Canadian and american soldiers. it was re-purposed to make a 1/4 inch hex shank instead of bullet shells. every time i use the picquic i think about the machine that made it and how it helped free us from the nazis...
We used the Ideal
We used the Ideal Adjustable Length and 12-in-1 Multi-Bit Screwdrivers at Barney's Pumps to assemble a series of motor control panels. The 12-in-1 covers plenty of screwdriver and nut driver applications. Any more, and you'll end up with a bulkier and unwieldy driver.
The Ideal Extendable Length Screwdriver has an adjustable length handle that retracts and extends easily from the handle. It adjusts quickly, letting you get to the back of a panel quickly and then swap to the 4" mode for closer fasteners.
The rubber overmold on both feels solid, but the smooth surface might put off some.
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Seems like Ideal is catching up to Klein.
These are my favorite screwdrivers. They’re pretty similar to the Klein versions but I’m a sucker for the blue haha
A quick review of the new
A quick review of the new Milwaukee 9-in-1 multibit drivers
I think you're supposed to push the current bit through the bottom, pushing the new bit you want to use out the top.
How's the tools been working I keep looking at them . But I use my fild tools hard .