MegaPro 211R1C36RD 1" 13-in-1 Ratcheting Automotive Driver Bits in Red
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If you’re looking for a quality ratcheting screwdriver with a few extra features, you should check out the Milwaukee Multi Bit Ratcheting Screwdriver. They include tons of bits and attachments for tackling a wide range of projects like renovations, automotive work, and routine home maintenance. Because there is no need to keep resetting the screwdriver in the screwhead or to release your hand from the tool, ratcheting screwdrivers work much faster than traditional screwdrivers.
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Some of the benefits of these screwdrivers are that they’re usually lighter and come with more bits. The LTT ratcheting screwdriver opens to reveal an organized bit locker system, where it will hold more and have them locked in. The Megapro 13-in-1 (and the identical Channellock 13-in-1) is the one screwdriver we found that does everything right.
For example, there’s a model that comes with a magnetic pick-up tool that can quickly grab any screws you accidentally drop. The head features a strong magnet that holds the bits in place, and the directional collar is well made and easy to switch.
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The longer bits gave the tool greater reach, and the head comes with a metal, pull-back release that—along with the magnetic bits—keeps the bits firmly in place during use. Older models have switches in the shaft that allow you to toggle between clockwise, counterclockwise, and completely locked.
I do think though that at least from what I can tell for the products that they are going for there is effort for the LTT merchandise side with Creator Warehouse to move from being mostly clothing and more so variety of items for lifestyle of someone who considers themselves to be tech enthusiasts, given the backpack, magnetic cable management solutions, exploring getting their own cables and the screwdriver.
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By simultaneously depressing the two buttons on either side of the handle, we were able to eject the storage tray that comes with six bits—two slotted and four Phillips head. It doesn’t have a ratchet, but given the size of the screws it handles, we don’t think this is an issue. The downside of the Megapro 24-in-1 is that, like any multi-bit screwdriver, it has a thick stem to accept the bits.Convenient bit storage: For a multi-bit screwdriver to be successful, it needs to have effective onboard bit storage, especially considering the grab-and-go nature of the tool. A cheaper version of this screwdriver exists from a different company Williams WRS-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver.