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Wiha Multi-Bit 26-in-1 Screwdriver - $20 + Shipping

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Three different versions of the Wiha "In-One" Multibit are currently on sale (64% off list price).

All feature the following:
  • 26 Tips on 13 Bits
  • Quick access, the right bit for the job.
  • Comfortable Cushion Grip Ergonomic Handle
  • Spring Loaded pop up cartridge for fast bit selection
  • Ultra Compact Design made In Germany
  • Quick Release Locking Bit Holder
  • Hardened and Tempered CVM Tool Steel Bits
  • Precision machined for an exact fit.


A GREAT price on something that doesn't usually go on sale all that much.

The included bits are as shown below. Pick the one that fits your needs:

Technician Multibit:
Torx: T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30
Phillips: #0, #1, #2, #3
Pozidriv: #1 & #2
Square: #0, #1, #2, #3
Slotted: 3.0, 4.0, 4.5, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5mm
https://www.kctoolco.com/wiha-77791-26-in-one-technicians-ultra-driver/
https://www.wihatools.com/ultra-driver-26inone-technicians-phillips-slotted-pozidriv-square-torx
[kctoolco.com]

Tradesman Multibit:
Torx: T10, T15, T20, T25
Phillips: #0, #1, #2, #3
Pozidriv: #1 & #2
Square: #0, #1, #2, #3
Slotted: 3.0, 4.5, 5.5, 6.5mm
Metric Hex: 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0mm
Inch Hex 1/8", 9/64, 5/32, 3/16"
https://www.kctoolco.com/wiha-777...ra-driver/
https://www.wihatools.com/ultra-driver-26inone-tradesman-phillips-slotted-pozidriv-square-hex-inch-hex-metric-torx​ [wihatools.com]

Industrial Multi-bit:
Torx: T8, T9, T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30
Phillips: #1 & #2
Slotted: 4.0 & 6.0mm
Metric Hex: 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0mm
Inch Hex: 3/32, 7/64, 1/8, 9/64, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4"
https://www.kctoolco.com/wiha-77792-26-in-one-industrial-ultra-driver/
https://www.wihatools.com/ultra-driver-26inone-industrial-phillips-slotted-hex-inch-hex-metric-torx
[kctoolco.com]

EDIT: KC Tool Co is currently OOS but will ship July 5th. Wiha Tools (the official US site for Wiha) has these in stock with flat-rate $6.99 shipping, so I added those links.
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Last Edited by LiquidRetro June 27, 2017 at 11:56 AM
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Repped for wiha tools..
Pass on vietnam bits
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Repped for wiha tools..
Pass on vietnam bits
Wiha's Vietnam stuff is pretty good actually. I have used their pliers which are made in Vietnam as well and the quality is there. Wiha has the QC to keep things in good check. Plus this is Wiha's own plant in Vietnam, not a third party OEM. So that helps a lot too.
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Any opinions as to which one is most multipurpose, if that even makes sense. In other words, if someone is a newb and doesn't know what he'll need but knows Wiha is quality, which one should they get?

Thanks!
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Wiha's Vietnam stuff is pretty good actually. I have used their pliers which are made in Vietnam as well and the quality is there. Wiha has the QC to keep things in good check. Plus this is Wiha's own plant in Vietnam, not a third party OEM. So that helps a lot too.
Are they all Vietnamese now? I have some Wiha screwdrivers and multi bit screwdrivers that are about 20 years old and still bite like they were new, which is why I am interested in getting some of these. Hesitant to get Vietnamese ones.
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Any opinions as to which one is most multipurpose, if that even makes sense. In other words, if someone is a newb and doesn't know what he'll need but knows Wiha is quality, which one should they get?

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I'm thinking about getting an industrial as I never seem to need square drive or posidrive and I do use hex keys. Too bad it doesn't come with all the bits and one could customize it for themselves which is what I would do. None of these have the optimal bit selection imo.

Scratch that, I would get the tradesman.
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Any opinions as to which one is most multipurpose, if that even makes sense. In other words, if someone is a newb and doesn't know what he'll need but knows Wiha is quality, which one should they get?

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For stuff like opening up household electronics, automotive stuff, computers, etc. the technician's set seems like the most useful to me. That plus an allen wrench set is all your need for most stuff. None of them will get into stuff that needs security bits though, like phones, game consoles, etc.
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Are they all Vietnamese now? I have some Wiha screwdrivers and multi bit screwdrivers that are about 20 years old and still bite like they were new, which is why I am interested in getting some of these. Hesitant to get Vietnamese ones.
They have been moving a lot of the forging to Vietnam. The quality is still quite good, though I don't have any 20 year old stuff to compare it to.
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They have been moving a lot of the forging to Vietnam. The quality is still quite good, though I don't have any 20 year old stuff to compare it to.
The funny thing is that at the time they were just some random screwdrivers that were given to me and I abused the heck out of them. It wasn't until I had them for several years and beat the heck out of them that I realized they must be good quality because they still worked like a new screwdriver. A lot of the screwdrivers I babied over the years have been worn out.

btw, these multi screwdrivers are the same price on wihatools.com
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The funny thing is that at the time they were just some random screwdrivers that were given to me and I abused the heck out of them. It wasn't until I had them for several years and beat the heck out of them that I realized they must be good quality because they still worked like a new screwdriver. A lot of the screwdrivers I babied over the years have been worn out.

btw, these multi screwdrivers are the same price on wihatools.com
I was just adding those links as you responded.
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Yep, I jumped on this earlier this morning. Couldnt pass it up! Love Wiha tools!
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I'm getting an 404 error for the page. I'm on mobile, anyone able to open on mobile?
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For stuff like opening up household electronics, automotive stuff, computers, etc. the technician's set seems like the most useful to me. That plus an allen wrench set is all your need for most stuff. None of them will get into stuff that needs security bits though, like phones, game consoles, etc.
Thanks! I probably should have mentioned that I already have about 8 Wiha Phillips head and flathead precision screwdrivers that I use for laptops, desktops, and other electronics -- from size 000 up to 1, I think.

But I really want something with a larger grip to use for more heavy duty work, like putting together children's toys, lol.

Does that help make the decision easier?
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