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Mega Pro 211 R1 C36 Rd 1" 13 In 1 Ratcheting Automotive Driver Bits In Red

4.3
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  • Patented pullout bit cartridge makes it easy to find, change and store bits
  • Handle is made from engineered nylon/ABS resin, Triax 1120
  • Shaft opening serves as a 1/4-Inch hex driver
  • Alloy steel shaft
  • Palm saver cap keeps you from getting blisters on your hand
  • Made in the CANADA

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Customer Reviews

Up there with the best. I own a Snap-on, 2 Matcos (a 3rd one on the way), and another Megapro with the double ended bits. I just got the Automotive version and absolutely think it's the best one I own. Even better than the other Megapro. The handle is slightly heavier which feels better. The bits are definitely more convenient. I'm a carpenter and use screwdrivers a lot. The Snap-on is for working on vehicles and the Matcos were just gifts and really aren't comparable to these for various reasons. I rarely need a lot of torque so I can't testify on the strength but for convenience, flexibility, fit and finish, and feel this is awesome. The s2 steel make the bits last a long time. The small straight bit will break but they usually bend anyways. Kind of nice that it stays straight until it breaks I guess. The sound of the ratchet is also more pleasing than the other screwdrivers too. 5Good for light use I really wanted to like this, I had high hopes after reading about it. But it isn't going to work out in my case. It may be that it's perfectly good for others.Why I liked it: The ratchet was the #1 feature. That worked great in the very short time I used it. Second, having all those bits on hand is awesome!Why I`ll continue looking: Within minutes of my first job with it, a bit stuck in the screw due to lack of magnetism. Just the same as *every* other magnetic bit holder I've used, I just had my fingers crossed this would be made better some how. Second, it rolls quite easily given any momentum at all when lying it down. Third, it just doesn't have a good feel to me. I don't like the ergonomics, but maybe that's just me.If someone wanted one single screwdriver to have a lot of choices and keep in a drawer for occasional use, I would highly recommended it. But for commercial applications with daily use, IMO it's not suitable. Myself, I`m going to try the Wera Kompact and if that doesn't work out, I`m giving up on multi-bits altogether. I`ll still give it 4 stars due to the fact it feels solid and may provide others a perfect option. 4Nice shape and overall design, ratchet needs improvement Nice design, the handle feels nice in the hand, great bit storage. However, the ratcheting mechanism slips occasionally, something one wouldn't expect in a $40 driver, and casting doubts on the claimed 225 lb torque rating. The shaft is about an inch too long and has more play in it than I am willing to tolerate. The bit holding magnet is not very strong (not nearly as those in Felo or Wiha bitholders). The bits themselves are fine, but nothing to write home about. 3Better than Snap-On in every way. Period. I wish someone would have just told me this is better than the Snap-On in every way. It would have saved me some money. This has the weight in the back while Snap-On has it in the front, which makes no sense. This has a proper grip, Snap-On has a cheap plastic mold looking grip which is otherwise good, but because of there not being a weight feel, and having a light hollow feel it suffers compared to this product which has a good balanced substantial weight to it. The bits are stored in this unit in a really cool way, adding to this balanced feel in the hand. The Snap-On feels like a hollow shaft of plastic with janggaling metal bits because that's exactly what it is.You get a lot more bits with this than the snap on. With the Snap-On changing a bit is like loading a prewar musket rifle. Reloading this is so quick and satisfying. I always use my palm to cock the retractable bit dispenser back into place, it's pretty satisfying. If Snap-On janggling bits shaking around in it's plastic enclosure is satisfying to you go for that. Reloading on Snap-On is miserable.One big element a lot of people miss is that when driving in a screw into a fixture like a server rack screw, you don't wanna instantly start turning the entire driver to pound the screw in. You often want to align the screw and use a hand on the screw driver barrel and turn it to get the screw in, in a more precise quick way, than twisting the whole screw driver would be capable of.When you use your left hand to turn the screw driver barrel it is super satisfying and quick on this screw driver. You wouldn't think so since it only has a straight barrel and no grip on it. The snap on does has a grip on the barrel, but it feels slower and less satisfying. The barrel itself on this unit feels thicker making this screw driver way better.Overall Snap-On loses in every single department including price by 2 to 3 times! It may have more colors but theyre often sold out. If you want to return a Snap-On, you have to call them. No email, no website... Call them. I'll update when I see how that goes. 5solid tool - get AUTOMOTIVE version! Got this after reading some reviews. It was between this, the JH Williams for their ties with SnapOn and Bahco for their high number of gear teeth. The Channellock is the same - just different colors - Channellock buys them from Megapro.I decided upon the Megapro from user/3rd party reviews and their convenient storage.This tool works great - it's built well using tough materials and the ratcheting mechanism is buttery smooth. It features a reverse, forward and frozen ratcheting positions. The handle feels good and has rubber grib. The built in storage cap is held down with a strong magnet and offers organized storage of your favorite bits. The magnet also provides a strong magnetic force in the shaft and through their or your own 1/4" hex bits to hold onto screws.Note: I highly recommend you purchase this, the automotive version, as it uses normal 1/4" hex bits that are cheaper and can be found easily in any store. Their 'regular' version which may cost slightly less uses double sided heads - good luck finding specific ones of those in store and at a good cost.I purchased the 100 piece Boxer bit set to go with this - available here on Amazon -http://www.amazon.com/Boxer-Tools-BX-100-Tamper-Security/dp/B000AYVJDI/ref=sr_1_19?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1409792505&sr=1-19&keywords=100+bits 5Megapro 211R1C36RD Review Surprised there's no review for this product yet, so I'll jump in. Beware, I type a lot, so hang on if you can.There are many brands out there for ratcheting screwdrivers, including Snap-On, Matco, Crafstman, Wera, Stanley, Dewalt, Kobalt (by Lowe's), Husky (by Home Depot), Bahco, Megapro, etc:1) Tool junkies and professional tool wielders swear by Snap-On and Matco, but as a more casual DIY'er, I couldn't justify $80-$100 for a screwdriver.2) Husky, Stanley and some of the Dewalt models didn't have the quality feel or engineering I was seeking (looser shafts and ratchets, weaker magnets), though they're adequate at their price point.3) The Kobalt double-drive was intriguing, but ultimately I didn't trust the ability of the driver to handle higher torque.4) I bought the red-handled Craftsman model for $20, and it was very good except for a few issues. The shaft magnet doesn't pick up screws through the bits, the bit storage in the handle is difficult to rotate and use, and the driver felt too heavy in my hand. The ratchet mechanism and selection knob are solid and tight, and the driver body / handle is made of a VERY sturdy plastic - it's a nice deal for $20, but I wanted a stronger magnet and better bit storage.There are several brands in the $25 - $45 price range - Bahco, Wera, Megapro, JH Williams, etc. I haven't used the other brands, but they all have good reviews. I decided on the Megapro for several reasons:1) The magnetic pickup in the driver is marketed as 'strong', and I can confirm that it does pick up screws through the bit. Yes, I could get a magnetizer to temporarily magnetize shafts, or just dip bit tips in some oil or grease to get the screw to stick on, but why do either if I can get the screw pick-up in the driver itself?2) Manufacturers usually don't list the tooth count for ratcheting drivers (more common for socket ratchets), but Megapro labels this as a 28-tooth ratcheting mechanism. It's one of the higher tooth counts I've experienced for a driver, and the ratchet feels very smooth and fine. A higher tooth count means you don't need to rotate the driver in reverse as much to get the screw to turn. This is more helpful with socket ratchets, as a higher tooth count means you need less swing clearance to tighten bolts. For drivers, you could argue it saves some wear and tear on your hand.3) The bit storage rack in the handle is one of the best mechanisms I've seen on a driver. It's held in place magnetically, and has slots for 12 bits. The rack slots fits the bits tightly, though they are plastic, so they may end up wearing / snapping in the long run (however the plastic is reasonably strong / thick). For now though, there's no danger of the bits getting loose when they are snapped in the slots. The slots keep the bits organized, instead of a canister that stores bits loose (loose bits means a noisy handle and you have to dump all bits out to find the right one). The use of the magnet to keep the rack closed is clever - it's strong enough to keep the canister locked into the handle, but weak enough to make it easy to open the canister when necessary. There are also two slight finger grooves on opposite sides of the handle end, right above the cap of the rack, to make it easier to pull out the storage cap. Definitely an example of the attention to detail by Megapro. Side note: the cap of the canister rotates freely, letting you apply blister-free force with your palm while rotating the driver.4) The bit storage can store 12 bits in the handle - this is more than most brands.5) The shaft is thinner than some of the other brands. Both of the Wera models have thicker bit holders - one is a rapid adapter that can also be used in power drills, and the other has a thicker holder extension at the end of the shaft. The Bahco model also has a thicker holder at the end. I wanted a thinner shaft (that's what she... didn't... say? sorry couldn't resist :P) so I could fit the driver into tighter spaces.6) There is another similar Megapro model, 211R2C36RD. However, that model uses non-standard bits - longer double-ended bits with a spring-ball retention mechanism. Ball retention means that driver probably doesn't have magnetic pickup either. I wanted a model that uses standard 1-inch insert bits, so I could expand my bit collection in the future.A minor complaint I have is that the shaft is slightly loose, but that's a tiny nitpick for a product this good. I can't speak for reliability (just got the driver), but from an overall design and presentation perspective, I'm extremely satisfied. The driver handle is sturdy and the ratchet is smooth and fine. The 3-way ratchet selection knob is solid and tight. The whole screwdriver feels lightweight yet solid in my hand, and the ergonomics and grip are excellent too. I feel like I can put torque on this thing and it will hold up. For those of you who wonder about such things, the Megapro drivers are made in the U.S. and Canada, and the bits are made in Taiwan. Megapro offers a limited lifetime warranty (covers manufacturing defects, not normal wear and tear or driver bits).I recommend using Google and YouTube to search for reviews / descriptions of this product - some of the demo videos online were very helpful. For ~$30 - $35, this is a great value for those who want or need the quality engineering exhibited by this product. Bravo, Megapro, bravo. 5Bit storage is the best part of this driver Read some awesome reviews about this driver, so decided to add one to my tool collection. Ratchet mechanism is relatively smooth and the overall build quality is o.k., however, the tool seems light in the hand to me - in fact, although longer than than the Craftsman ratcheting driver, the Megapro weighs significantly less. Another bothersome issue is that the shaft has a fair amount of up-down play in it, which again makes it feel less "solid" than the Craftsman. On the plus side, the bit storage design is very clever and the handle comfortable. Overall, not bad, but not great either. 3Informercial like name doesn't do it justice Whenever I read mega or pro in a description I feel like I'm about to get scammed. For once, I didn't.The quality is real. There are many reviews on YouTube by tradesmen comparing this to other well-known manufacturers who charge a premium for their brand. I don't use a screwdriver daily like those guys but for the DIY home projects and working on computers I do, the megapro has proven to be durable. What i like:Pros:1) The fine tooth ratchet system is great when I'm working alone and have to support the thing I'm trying to put screws in with my other hand.2) Bit holder is functional and effortless.3) Top rotates so you can exert pressure without blistering your palms.4) Standard 1/4" bits! I can replace the bits with whatever I want.Cons:1) Slightly heavier than expected. That's due to all the bits it holds as well as the ingenious bit holder.2) A little play in the shaft but that is true of all ratcheting screwdrivers. It doesn't affect performance.Wish:1) I wish part of the shaft had a gnurled section to help my fingers start finer thread screws in computers. This would be helpful when working around lubricants too. 5ALMOST GREAT TOOL with SERIOUS FLAW and way too HIGHLY PRICED considering the FLAW!!! 02-16-18 - UPDATED AND REVISED REVIEW -PROS: It fits my hand nicely. It has a fairly strong magnet to hold tools in place. The storage of the bits in the handle is the best of any I've seen.CONS: I continue to have problems with the ratcheting selector moving from the location I selected.CONCLUSIONS: I bumped this review down to one-star. As much as I really wanted to like this ratcheting screwdriver, I CANNOT deal with the CONSTANT LOSS OF RATCHET POSITION SELECTION. The whole purpose of a ratcheting tool is to allow RATCHETING in a selected direction. This Megapro Ratcheting Screwdriver has now been relegated to occasional use in the small selection of tools I keep in my office. If I tire from it during infrequent use, I will give it to someone I do not like.**********************************************************ORIGINAL REVIEW:I needed an additional ratcheting screwdriver to add to a tool box I was assembling for a new vehicle and purchased this particular tool based on numerous good review. I liked the feel of this tool enough that I decided to place my older ratcheting screwdriver in the tool box I was assembling and keep this one for my main shop tool box. Now, I wish I had used this tool more frequently during Amazon's return period.PROS: As is mentioned frequently in other reviews, this is a well-made tool. It fits my hand nicely, and the storage of the bits in the handle is the best of any I've seen.CONS: The forward-fixed-reverse selector frequently moves on its own, apparently due to interference as the shaft ratchets in the handle. It's frustrating to have to stop to return the selector to the desired direction of use. Additionally, changing the direction is a bit cumbersome and best suited as a two handed task.CONCLUSIONS: The ratcheting screwdriver I used for over 30 years in both professional and recreational wrenching used a slider on the side of the handle, up toward the blade end, to fix the blade or to select direction of ratcheting. I do not recall that it ever slipped during use to another position in all that time. It's also easy to switch directions with the same hand that's holding the handle, something extremely helpful when one's hand is deeply buried in a tight area. I've moved my old tried and true ratcheting screw driver back to my every day toolbox and this tool tgo occasional use in the new tool box in the new vehicle. $37 is a bit high to pay for this lesson though this may not be a general flaw as I have not seen it mentioned in other reviews. From my experience, though, it's a significantly flawed product. 1The best screwdriver I've ever used. Megpro Automotive Ratcheting Screwdriver. I tried other ratcheting screwdrivers from cheap to Snap-On, but never had one feel good in the hand. Now I have and it is this one. The grip is not angled, or square, or made uncomfortably smallish. It ergonomically fits the shape of my hand with a graduated swelling of the upper part of the grip. More like an extension of the hand than most ill-conceived screwdrivers. The rotating cap on top allows me to effortlessly turn the driver without the counter-action of a friction-producing stationary cap.Inside the grip is the best system for holding your bits I've found. And it uses standard hex bits, too, so you're not stuck with proprietary bits.I've always used gunsmithing screwdrivers such as Grace and Brownell drivers and bits, where the bits are properly ground for the screws, not the typical cheapy Chinese ill-fitting monstrosities that are 10 for a dollar. These bits are well-made and properly ground exhibiting the same quality as the driver.The ratcheting mechanism is unbelievably smooth and was the first thing I noticed. This is a crafted machine, not a toss-in-the-toolbox cheapo screwdriver.A word of warning. You will not loan this tool out. You will hang on to it as though it was a gorgeous blonde in a bar full of sailors. You will hurt the first person who tries to take it away from you.It's that good. Spend the money and get a lifetime tool. 5
Mega Pro 211 R1 C36 Rd 1

Mega Pro 211 R1 C36 Rd 1" 13 In 1 Ratcheting Automotive Driver Bits In Red

4.3
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