Rolgear

Ratchet Right

Robert Suter created the Rolgear multi-bit ratchet screwdriver by channeling his own frustrations with available screwdrivers—like often needing two hands when working with one, and using extra force to get to the next gear. He leaned on over 30 years of tool design experience to make a better driver. This first thing you might notice when using this ratchet screwdriver is there are no clicks as it reaches the next gear. This is a good thing—those clicks signal wasted motion. Because Rolgear uses roller-bearing technology, it’s gearless. It has a smooth movement that works faster than some traditional drivers. This saves energy and eliminates lost motion. And the driver can begin to ratchet from any angle, too. Seven double-ended bits store in the handle for easy access while you’re at work. Another smart feature? The triangular-shaped handle means this tool won’t roll out of reach.

Rolgear

Multi-Bit Screwdrivers

Ratchet Right

Robert Suter created the Rolgear multi-bit ratchet screwdriver by channeling his own frustrations with available screwdrivers—like often needing two hands when working with one, and using extra force to get to the next gear. He leaned on over 30 years of tool design experience to make a better driver. This first thing you might notice when using this ratchet screwdriver is there are no clicks as it reaches the next gear. This is a good thing—those clicks signal wasted motion. Because Rolgear uses roller-bearing technology, it’s gearless. It has a smooth movement that works faster than some traditional drivers. This saves energy and eliminates lost motion. And the driver can begin to ratchet from any angle, too. Seven double-ended bits store in the handle for easy access while you’re at work. Another smart feature? The triangular-shaped handle means this tool won’t roll out of reach.
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Quick Questions

What tool bits are included?

The screwdrivers include a 1/4” hex drive and seven double-ended bits made of S2 tool steel:
Slotted: 3/16" and 1/4"
Square: 1, 2, 3, and 4
Phillips: 1, 2, 3, and 4
Torx: 10, 15, 20, and 25

Does it fit standard 1" tool bits?

No, it does not fit standard 1" bits without a tool bit holder.

How to I adjust the direction of the ratcheting screwdriver?

For best results, instead of holding the handle with one hand and indexing the green knob with the other, hold the shaft instead of the handle. Since the indexer is turning with the shaft as opposed to other ratchets, this will help to locate the locked position.

Learn more about the products

Multi-Bit Ratchet Screwdriver see details Multi-Bit Fixed Screwdriver see details

Rolgear

Multi-Bit Screwdrivers

Ratchet Right

Robert Suter created the Rolgear multi-bit ratchet screwdriver by channeling his own frustrations with available screwdrivers—like often needing two hands when working with one, and using extra force to get to the next gear. He leaned on over 30 years of tool design experience to make a better driver.

This first thing you might notice when using this ratchet screwdriver is there are no clicks as it reaches the next gear. This is a good thing—those clicks signal wasted motion. Because Rolgear uses roller-bearing
technology, it’s gearless. It has a smooth movement that works faster than some traditional drivers. This saves energy and eliminates lost motion. And the driver can begin to ratchet from any angle, too.

Seven double-ended bits store in the handle for easy access while you’re at work. Another smart feature? The triangular-shaped handle means this tool won’t roll out of reach.
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Quick Questions

What tool bits are included?

The screwdrivers include a 1/4” hex drive and seven double-ended bits made of S2 tool steel:
Slotted: 3/16" and 1/4"
Square: 1, 2, 3, and 4
Phillips: 1, 2, 3, and 4
Torx: 10, 15, 20, and 25

Does it fit standard 1" tool bits?

No, it does not fit standard 1" bits without a tool bit holder.

How to I adjust the direction of the ratcheting screwdriver?

For best results, instead of holding the handle with one hand and indexing the green knob with the other, hold the shaft instead of the handle. Since the indexer is turning with the shaft as opposed to other ratchets, this will help to locate the locked position.

Learn more about the products

Multi-Bit Ratchet Screwdriver see details Multi-Bit Fixed Screwdriver see details