Oh wow. Nice lookin tools JR
After you mentioned ratcheting, I checked some out. They were not highly impressed with them. Ill let the ratcheting for my wrenches. Ive done fine with a good ol screwdriver fixed handle.
Not to be a stickler (I am) but I consider the 1/4" bit drivers a different animal from the 4-in-1 drivers.The bit drivers have the advantage of having dozens of different drivers, and ratchets, and lights...The 4-in-1 have larger bits (two of them) that are easier to swap around without dropping, and easier to find when you do.
Here’s a pic of the ones I could find, there’s others missing cause I have a matching one that has the open bottom like that mini, which both do the ratcheting or lock, as you can see I like the kobalt but that Klein is a real good tool, isn’t a 4 but a 10 in 1!JR
Im looking to get a personal 4-in-1 (or more?) Screwdriver. I use them quite a bit at work and have needed a Phillips and flathead all in one stroke. They are older and well used, so Im not sure about current production.any recommendations on current production screwdrivers with multiple tips? Someone on here already has me buying the Stanley pocket screwdriver but would like a fullsize as well. 2 is 1, 1 is none Thanks in advance.
I also have an Enderes 4-Way driver, like Sidney. Two other brands to consider are the ubiquitous Klein, or Proto 8-Way.(Image removed from quote.)
I used my Enderes 4-Way for five years as a telecom tech. No appreciable wear whatsoever. Its a "dark horse" brand that many people don't know about. Replacement bits are standard; so any brand of bits, will work in these drivers. The handle also serves as a suitable nut-driver. Just as good as Klein, or Proto.