As the title says, if you can't afford the luxurious $30 you'd have to spend on the Buck XTract, pictured below, you can probably find this other one for about half that.
This one has no name, or at least not one I remember, but we spent some time at the Sheffield/Great Neck Saw booth a few years ago talking to the owner who suggested that there was some unmentionable connection between the design of the XTract and this one.
It's pretty well the same setup and similar shape to the more popular XTract, which I always felt was kind of cheap for what it was- but then I spent the full MSRP of $40 on it instead of the $27 or so everyone else in the world spent on it.
Overall it didn't seem too bad, but it did feel like a Fisher price version of the XTract- bulkier, chunkier, but more or less the same idea with sliding pliers, and one handed everything.
About the only significant design difference between this one and the XTract is the XTract has a double ended screwdriver bit that slides out one end for the flathead and the other end for the Phillips. This one just has fold out screwdrivers.
I do have to say that I prefer the blade on this one to the blade found on the XTract, so at least from that standpoint this is a decent tool.
Once again, I don't actually have one of these to fiddle with, so all these thoughts are based on what I recall from a few minutes of fiddling with this stuff two years ago.
As you all can see, I was very well prepared for the Cheap & Nasty Forum!