I thank they did. I wanted the kit with the yellow screw holder. That’s the reason I order the old set . The kit in the store was the newer kit. The newer kit have more pieces,maybe 35 vs 32 in old one. The new kit did not show the yellow holder which I wanted.
It's a magnet to help hold screws in place prior to screwing them in (so you can do it one handed). It goes on the longer drivers when you need it. If you are looking for some help, take a look at youtube.
These will work with the 1/4th rapid load adapter. Most of your bits will in these kits and I've yet to see a 1/2inch set beyond sockets and socket adapters.
I would not recommend it because stucco is masonry and these bits our only Wood bits You would have to get a masonry bit and use it first then switch over to the Wood bit the us these bits
Because the writer just knew you'd occasionally use a Phillips #2 bit to drill a big hole in drywall? Nope, he was just wrong.
The magnet holds the bit and the fastener. Very simple
it is now or mine was.
it says #2 for #2 screws. However, it is still big and will slip easily. you can check my previous image and comment. only little portion of the bit is going into the screw and not really fun to work
1/16", 3/32", 1/8" & 3/16", or described otherwise, 2/32", 3/32", 4/32" and 6/32".