12-Piece Screw Driver Set?
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#1 (permalink)      5/26/2016 5:02:15 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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12-Piece Screw Driver Set?
is it possible to stock just the 12-Piece Screw Driver Set which comes with ganzo multipliers?
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no answer?
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Probably best to post this question under a relevant item, perhaps with '@staff' or '@jenny' in the subject line along with 'product request'.

Or go to the services forum (https://www.fasttech.com/forums/order-support) and post a new thread with 'product request' in the subject line along with your requested item. Ideally include a relevant SKU and a picture of the item you are interested in in the body of the post.
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Are those bits any good?

If you need more, is it because you ruined them?

I have really bad impression of chinese bit drivers
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no i have a gerber i just wasnt cheap bits to go with it

thanks sossij i posted on @i suggest you....@ section ill try link awell
#6 (permalink)      6/9/2016 3:05:39 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Looks like 1/4" hex, FWIW several of the screwdriver kits that have shown up lately are just 1/8"/4mm hex- fine for small sizes but a no-go if used with 1/4" handles unless adapters are used. The least amount of joints between hand and fastener the better.
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I thought bit side was 1/4 hex and side that connects to mutitool was square(approx 1/4)
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I've not seen any square drives at the tool end, although I'm not a Ganzo mulit-tool expert by any means. What I'm seeing are like from SKU 1553200:

But the main point I wanted to make was to not be fooled into thinking all of the bit sets here at FT were 1/4". Problem is, the 1/8" sets aren't described as such, and going by just the photos- and lacking any descriptions to the contrary- one might believe they were.

Anyway, good luck!

Edited on 6/9/2016 at 8:07 AM. Reason: clarify
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Buy an impact driver bit set, Wera springs to mind, although a little pricey, but any impact driver specific bits will be worth the investment.
Multitools are , on the whole, usually used in an emergency and just when you need it the most your christmas cracker bit will fail in my experience.
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Why not buy just the ones that you will use but buy the highest quality that you can afford.
I am a hoarder at the best of times but there is no room in my kit for poor quality, usually the cheaper option turns out to be expensive in terms of rounding out Torx screws, Phillips head screws and hex head bits.
Torx bits are often sold in pairs online for a couple of quid, Draper branded, not up to Snap-On or Footprint levels of quality but I'm still using Draper bits and extensions/T-Bars/Ratchets/Palm ratchets that I bought years ago.
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These might be okay, SKU 3811000, I have some in the mail. They look to be 1/4", but no adapter. The reviews are encouraging.