5 Slotted Screwdrivers
3 Square Drive
6 Phillips Screwdrivers
2 Alignment Tools
6 Torx® Screwdrivers
5 hex shanks
i was heart broken when i lost my snap on ratcheting screwdriver but i replaced it with this and there really isn't a noticeable difference in quality. it even fits in the snap on i did not loose.
I have plenty of screwdrivers at home but I had been dropping screws all the time, so I decided to buy a 'magnetic' screwdriver set. When the tip is inserted in the holder it snaps in by magnetic action of the holder. Theoretically, 'induced magnetism' should cause the tip to turn magnetic too, but it does not! How much magnetism is induced depends upon the properties of the tip material. Apparently it is not conducive to [much] induced magnetism. The set is worthless as a magnetic set and I'm taking it back.
I own both the snap on and the craftsman so I'll do a short comparison
Snap on: excellent, fine tooth, but has broken on me once.
Craftsman: also excellent, fine tooth, never broken on me, also much smoother than the snap-on
Snap on: feels good in hand, durable, cleans up easily
Craftsman: also feels good in hand, and durable, but isn't very easy to clean.
Snapon: irritating to say the least. I hate dumping out 5 bits to find one.
Craftsman: I wrote what each slot on the "revolver" was years ago. Way easier than the snap-on
Snapon: not many but I'm fine with it. All great quality
Craftsman: a bunch of them. All great quality as well. More than I need though.
Snap on: ridiculous, plain and simple
I bought this as a gift for my son-in-law. His response was "perfect"!
I had this for over 5 years now and the ratcheting coming in handy and this has become my primary driving tool. The bits have also held up constant use.
Great tool to have in your tool box. You never know when you will need it.