Skip to product information
1 of 3

Picquic Black "Sixpac Plus" Multi-Bit Screwdriver

Picquic Black "Sixpac Plus" Multi-Bit Screwdriver

Regular price $ 13.99
Regular price Sale price $ 13.99
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

  • Model No. 88101B
  • "Sixpac Plus" multi-bit screwdriver with bit storage in handle
  • Bits included: #1, #2, #3 phillips, 1/4", 3/16" slotted, #2 square, 15 Torx
  • 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
View full details

  •  The multi-bit Picquic "Sixpac Plus" screwdriver is designed with a solid handle for maximum comfort & torque, & has no moving parts to break or lose. The alloy shank with hex bolster fits to a 7/16” wrench to increase torque for stubborn screws. The standard 3” long power bits are precision-machined & hardened to stand up to heavy use. The 1/4″ hex also makes the bits ideal for use in drills & impact drivers. 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 Black "Sixpac Plus" Multi-Bit Screwdriver 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