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Picquic "Hex-calibre" Hex Key Multi-Bit Screwdriver - SAE

Picquic "Hex-calibre" Hex Key Multi-Bit Screwdriver - SAE

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  • Model No. 88151
  • "Hex-calibre" multi-bit screwdriver with bit storage in handle
  • SAE Bits included: 3/32", 7/64", 1/8", 9/64", 5/32", 3/16", 7/32" size hex bits
  • Precision-machined power bits for reliable bit-to-screw fit
  • Rare earth magnet firmly holds working bit in shank & applies strong magnetic force to screws
  • Aircraft alloy shank with hex bolster that receives a 7/16” wrench for extra torque
  • 1/4” hex power bits ideal for use in drills & impact drivers
  • Durable & solid ergonomic handle - no rattling parts or bits
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  •  The multi-bit Picquic "Hex-calibre" screwdriver models have the same great features as the original "SixPac Plus", but with hex key bits. This yellow Picquic driver carries SAE. Standard size SAE hex head screws are common in machine tools & are often used for set screws. The 1/4″ hex makes the Hex Calibre models ideal for use in drills & impact drivers. The standard 3” long power bits are precision-machined & hardened to stand up to years of use. The magnetic rare earth magnet in screwdriver firmly holds the working bit in shank. Tool made in Canada, bits made in Taiwan.

         The Picquic screwdriver is a special screwdriver that securely stores bits inside the handle with it's special spring-lock bit holder in the handle. One can eject & store bits simultaneously with the same motion for fast work & convenience; a great system that saves time & eliminates lost bits!

  • Product Length of Bits Shank of Bits Handle Length Overall Length with Bit Model #
    Picquic "Hex-calibre" Hex Key Multi-Bit Screwdriver - SAE 3" 1/4" Ball Hex 3-7/8" 8"


       For California Residents:

       WARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm -

       WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to