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

Robertson #1, #2, and #3
Phillips #1, #2,
Slotted/Flathead 3/16 and 1/4

An easy-to-use, multi-bit ratcheting screwdriver that houses all your needs! The Canadian manufactured multi-bit comes pre-loaded with 7 hex-drive 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 universal design allows you to pair the multi-bit with any of your existing quarter inch bits.

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.