Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 25
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gbabe Great tool
Works perfectly. Now my husband can keep his tools and I have this for me.
December 29, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by KN4TX Not What I Expected
I was only looking to replace the 1/4" driver for my socket set; saw this and figured it would be a nice upgrade. It's really not that well made. The ratchet sort of works but I find just using it in the locked position works best. The cap on the top of the handle holds the bits in place, but it won't tighten. If you get it "almost tight" it pops off. The plastic is too soft to get it really well seated. I find I have to check it every so often because if not, it'll pop off and then you're hunting for bits. The bit holder at the top of the drive is very handy but a bit hard to get the bits out and won't hold bits from other sources. Should have gotten the 1/4" driver and not gone for the flash and dash :-/
May 26, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by TommyTee Poorly Designed Not Great Quality
The bits stored in the collar require some other tool (nail file perhaps?) to extract them. The cap at the butt end loosens as you use tool. Inside same cap, the plastic moldings for holding bits are not shaped properly. And it's just less hassle to use the non-ratcheting setting. Better yet, an old fashioned screwdriver is more solid.
May 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JimBlu Great all-in-one
This is a super useful, strong as nails little screwdriver set. I originally bought one for my home (vs workshop) tool kit, but liked it so much that I bought two more, one for the workshop and one as a gift.
May 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tony Best non-pro screwdriver on the market
I'm not sure if maybe I got a fluke, but this ratcheting screwdriver is hands down the best ratcheting screwdriver I've ever used, besides Snap-On but they cost $75-100. The grip is easy on my hands and the rubber part lets you really put a lot of torque into it. The ratchet function is incredibly smooth, definitely a fine tooth mechanism that reminds me of how smooth a GearWrench ratcheting wrench feels like, no slipping, and almost zero drag, easily selectable forward, reverse or fixed-non ratchet. I also appreciate the on bit storage, and have no problems with the butt cap coming unscrewed while I use it, the previous posters should lift some weights or something and tighten the cap down tightly so it doesn't come unscrewed. Best value ratcheting screwdriver I've ever used, I'll be buying my brother one for a cheap Christmas present. Previously I HATED ratcheting screwdrivers, but after buying this one it's the only driver I reach for unless I need a special size for something.
March 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RMDE Excellent addition to my toolbox
this product allows keeps everything together as far as a screwdriver goes. no need to have multiple screwdrivers - just change out the head for the size and shape you need.
March 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by cmill does what you need it to do.
It's sturdy and has a good grip. Easy to switch from the left and right drive, but it is a bit bulky. You can't really fit 5hat many heads in the storage area because of the design on the inside, and the plastic tabs break easy on the cap lid for some reason. The bits on the head are difficult to get out, but all in all, it's sturdy and does the job. I would recommend this for the price.
December 20, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by cputrdoc Hard to get the bits out
The best part about this is that it's a ratcheting screwdriver, with quite a few bits to choose from, and better yet, the bits are stored in the screwdriver itself. It came with some sort of mounting device, but I didn't use it.
It has two storage areas, one around the barrel of the screwdriver on the outside ("external storage"), and a second storage compartment ("internal storage") that is accessed by by unscrewing the cap on the handle. The external storage compartment is accessed through a rotating ring. That ring keeps the bits in place, and you can rotate it to access one specific screwdriver bit. In practice though, bits in external storage are hard to get out no matter how you turn that ring (though turning it upside-down is marginally helpful). The bits inside the screwdriver are much easier to access, and is where your most frequently used bits should go.
I gave it a "Quality=Average" rating for not being able to release the external storage bits -- seems like it wasn't designed quite right. Otherwise it seems fairly sturdy for small projects around the house.
October 21, 2014