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Gearwrench Multi-Bit Screwdrivers | Pro Tool Reviews

Gearwrench Multi-Bit Drivers Offer Less Hassle and More Versatility

For Pro tradesmen, sometimes less is more. Less to carry means more bag space and less time spent searching for the right tool increases productivity. With a focus on versatility and efficiency, Gearwrench Multi-Bit Screwdrivers present a two-tool collection worth knowing about. The line includes a stubby ratcheting driver and a full-size ratcheting driver.

Gearwrench 6-in-1 Stubby Ratcheting Multi-Bit Driver

The 4.5″ Gearwrench Stubby Ratcheting Screwdriver combines ergonomics, precision, durability, and torque. The interchangeable bits give you the flexibility to work with Phillips and slotted heads with some small nut driving capabilities. The bits store away in the handle when not in use. Meanwhile, the full-metal ratchet helps drive or unscrew those fasteners quickly and easily.

Gearwrench has also included a plated shaft for better corrosion resistance. Both Gearwrench multi-bit screwdrivers also feature an oil and solvent resistant dual material handle.

Gearwrench Multi-Bit Drivers Stubby Parts

You can pick up the Gearwrench Stubby Ratcheting screwdriver at your closest Gearwench retailer, or online. We found it retailing for $13.99. It comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

Stubby Ratcheting Driver Specs

  • Model: Gearwrench 80061R
  • Length: 4.5 in.
  • Set Piece Count: 7
  • Bit Storage: In Handle
  • Bits Included: Phillips #1, #2, #3; Slotted 3/16 in. and 1/4 in.; Nut Driver 3/16 in. and 1/4 in.
  • Material: S2 Steel
  • Handle Material: Dual Material
  • Weight: 0.462 lb.
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime
  • Price: $13.99

Gearwrench 11-in-1 Ratcheting Multi-Bit Screwdriver

If the stubby version sounded pretty good, but you’re looking for something with a bit more versatility and some full-size flavor, the Gearwrench Ratcheting Multi-Bit Screwdriver has you covered. It measures 9.5″, giving you a bit more space for storing additional bits.

In this case, not only do you get the Phillips and slotted heads, but you also get some Torx and square bits. The extended system also lets you drive, 1/4-in., 5/18-in., and 7/16-in. nuts.

You get similar corrosion protection with the plated shaft, and Gearwrench made the handle oil and solvent resistant. This should provide a better grip in typical working conditions.

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