12-Piece Screw Driver Set?
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#11 (permalink)      6/27/2016 1:28:27 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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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.
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Those are 4mm. You can tell by looking at the 4mm hex bit.

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You're probably right, good for me, bad for OP. :(
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Yours look good to me. The set I bought are not bad and they're also 4mm. SKU 4883200. Was a crapshoot- I know nada about Jackly tools. But it's not like these are to be used for commercial production- I mainly needed the small torx bits so the others are sort of a bonus.
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I had the same rationale. I just needed the torx bits. 4mm actually suits me better.

I assume these are mostly for disassembling and repairing, where you sometimes need a narrower bit if the screw is deeply recessed in a housing. The bit length might allow it to be inserted deeper too.

SKU 3811000's handle looks a bit like a Sandvik handle which are my all time favorite screwdrivers.