Quickscrews introduced new impact drive bits, available in Phillips and Square options, including magnetized bits.
“Made from V5 alloy steel, our impact drive bits last 30 to 50 percent longer than standard drive bits,” the company said in a statement. “These impact bits were designed to take the pounding of the impact drive tools on the market today.”
Quickscrews is also providing new packing for these packs of 10 bits, now in clear, plastic cases rather than bags.
In January, the company said it will expand its Phillips and Square lines and add Torx impact drive bits.
For information, visit www.quickscrews.com.