Bit Bar : The Pocket Friendly EDC Screwdriver

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A pocket-friendly screwdriver that comes packin'

It’s not often that you can say you’ve got a screwdriver and entire bit set tucked away comfortably in your pocket. The Bit Bar is a combination bit driver and holder with the ability to conveniently store and access 8 different bits.

In the box, you’ll also get an extension that makes it easier to get into tight spaces. To get at the bits inside, simply push on the exposed bar and the bits will protrude out of the opposite end. Each is held firmly in place by a magnet, so they’ll stay put while in your pocket.

The Bit Bar features a full-sized handle, is TSA compliant, and is available in an ultralight fiberglass reinforced nylon, or titanium (stonewashed or battle-worn Black DLC).

USA & INTL Patents Pending.

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Grade 5 TITANIUM versions:
•Stonewashed Titanium (Ceramic Media Tumbled)
•Battle-Worn Black (DLC Coating)

•Matte Black (only option)
Similar to die-cast metal in strength

• 1 Bit Bar
• 8 Black Oxide Bits
• 1 60mm Extension
• 1 Leather Case

DISCONTINUED: Our optional 1/4" hex drive ratchet has been discontinued.

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
Richard Kappele
Wonderful screwdriver

The Bit Bar is a great little screwdriver! Pocket screwdrivers have one main problem: bits. Some have two or three bits, others have several mini bits rattling around in them, and still others require carrying separate bit packs.
The Bit Bar solves this problem for me. It holds eight 1” long 1/4” bits to cover a lot of bases. Personally, I have three torx bits to cover most of my pocket knives, two Phillips, and three slotted. The bits are in the screwdriver (not rattling around), organized, easily accessible, and the Bit Bar is compact and easily carried in a pocket.

Now, some simple tricks and notes:
1. To slide the bits out: I put my fingers on the pocket clip and push the bar with my thumb.
2. To remove a bit: I raise the bits, pinch the bit I want, and lower the bit bar leaving the bit free.
3. Use bits that have a tall shoulder. Some 1/4” bits have a shorter 1/4” section and put color bands and such on them. Lower shoulder bits can jam the movement of the bar.

paul brennan
Bit bar so far

Very happy with my bit bar. Love its simplicity. Fits in the pocket nicely and has you covered for a selection of driver bits.


DesignergonomicsaretheveryBEST! I’m buying another one for my best friend.

Ali Al Mazidi

Bit Bar : The Pocket Friendly EDC Screwdriver

Juan Aldama
Love it

I find myself using it everyday i also ordered the wrench and i loved that one as well until i lost it the other day fixing my car on the side of the interstate . 10/10

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