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Homedepot.com [homedepot.com] has DEWALT MAXFIT Telescoping Ratcheting Multi-Bit Screwdriver fro $9.97 (regular $15.97). Includes 10 assorted bit tips for versatile use.
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This one in the same price range has be great so far. Granted it has only been for around the house use and light in the shop use but it does have a ton of great reviews.

I like that everything is all in one. No extra bits to lug around, just grab and go and it has most every common bit. ( Slot 3/16 and 1/4, Phillips #1,2,3; Square #1, 2, 3; and Star bits T10, 15, 20, and 25)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../303693577
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Telescoping screwdriver with no pics showing telescoping feature. Good job DeWalt/Home Depot
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It's also not 10$ lol
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I know it's not Dewalt -- and I have a ton of XR brushless DW tools -- but I really like this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004VJY...AAAAAAMUu.

The bit storage is great, and I use it all the time. I may pick this one up since it's so cheap, just to keep in another toolbar, but for around the house stuff, not having to worry about where the bits are is must-have feature.
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This one in the same price range has be great so far. Granted it has only been for around the house use and light in the shop use but it does have a ton of great reviews.

I like that everything is all in one. No extra bits to lug around, just grab and go and it has most every common bit. ( Slot 3/16 and 1/4, Phillips #1,2,3; Square #1, 2, 3; and Star bits T10, 15, 20, and 25)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../303693577
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This one in the same price range has be great so far. Granted it has only been for around the house use and light in the shop use but it does have a ton of great reviews.

I like that everything is all in one. No extra bits to lug around, just grab and go and it has most every common bit. ( Slot 3/16 and 1/4, Phillips #1,2,3; Square #1, 2, 3; and Star bits T10, 15, 20, and 25)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../303693577 [homedepot.com]
I can't second this recommendation enough. I use it daily
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I can't second this recommendation enough. I use it daily
Any issues with losing the bits? I have a Stanley that I purchased previously and although it's not a ratcheting screwdriver, it feels good in the hand. It stores standard bits in the handle also and held by fiction but it seems whenever I grab that screwdriver out of the utility drawer I lost a bit that fell out somewhere.
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Any issues with losing the bits? I have a Stanley that I purchased previously and although it's not a ratcheting screwdriver, it feels good in the hand. It stores standard bits in the handle also and held by fiction but it seems whenever I grab that screwdriver out of the utility drawer I lost a bit that fell out somewhere.
The bits are in there very snug. I suppose after a few hundred times removing and replacing it will come lose simply because its plastic but I dont see it being a problem for average use.
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I can't second this recommendation enough. I use it daily
I'll also throw in a recommendation for the husky ratcheting screwdriver. Not that I have a lot screwdrivers to compare it too, but the bits have been really nice and I use it almost daily doing apartment maintenance. The bits fit very snugly in the handle. They definitely don't come out by themselves.
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I got the one where you can put the bits inside the handle. I can't tell if this one does or not, but if it doesn't.. That's an easy pass
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I know it's not Dewalt -- and I have a ton of XR brushless DW tools -- but I really like this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004VJY...AAAAAAMUu.

The bit storage is great, and I use it all the time. I may pick this one up since it's so cheap, just to keep in another toolbar, but for around the house stuff, not having to worry about where the bits are is must-have feature.
It's also not 10$ lol
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It's also not 10$ lol
You're correct. It's nicer and it's worth every penny. Wouldn't take it to a job site, but it's become my go to for everything indoors.
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Meh, it seems these bit holder types can never reach recessed screws, because they are too fat to fit in screw recess. And if this is your only driver on your next job, you can bet there will be a recessed screw 😠
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