Would you be surprised if I told you that the best ratcheting screwdriver I have ever used, doesn't even ratchet? Nope, no gears or teeth to strip out, and not even that annoying noise that goes along with them. The best ratcheting screwdriver uses a cam and ball bearing mechanism that works flawlessly, and comes from a little company in Canada called Rolgear.

7 double ended bits made of S2 tool steel
Slotted: 3/16", 1/4"
Square: #1, #2, #3, #4
Phillips: #1, #2, #3, #4
Torx: 10, 15, 20, 25

An easy-to-use, multi-bit ratcheting screwdriver that houses all your needs! The Canadian manufactured multi-bit comes pre-loaded with 7 double-ended bits. Built-in magnets keep the chosen bit securely in the shaft, and allow you to switch with drop-free ease and efficiency by simply removing the bit from the shaft, selecting the new bit from the bottom, and sliding it through.

The sleek, eye-catching black and white handle lends a comforting grip to the single-grip advantage of the ratchet; the roller type ratchet remains invisibly held within the handle, and is topped by the lime green adjuster. With a yet a single hand, our users can index between forward, neutral, and backward.