Do you enjoy replacing screws? Have an unfortunately distant relationship with your stripped screw remover bits? Need more color in your workshop? Then I have a deal for you!
These driver bits come in two varieties and ten colors, though the colors are close enough that you still need to look at the driver end to determine which one is correct. Half of the drivers are soft enough that your moderately powered cordless drill will strip the drive head on the bit with the first use, and the other half will strip a Philips or Torx head, or snap the head off a stainless deck screw. To keep this interesting, these hardnesses are assigned randomly. Good luck!
For under $11, you too can bring the frustration and angst of unreliable tools to your workshop, destroy a novice maker’s faith in their ability to learn, and mangle your projects. Comes with a stiff and inconsistently sized holder made of finest molded plastic. Half of the bits will not come free without channel locks and can never be replaced, and the other half will be gone down the register the first time you take the assembly out of your pocket.
Do not buy this. Seriously, for the love of making, buy anything else.