MecArmy Titanium 1/4" Hex & Screwdriver Setsearch

MecArmy Titanium 1/4" Hex & Screwdriver Set

MecArmy Titanium 1/4" Hex & Screwdriver Set

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Titanium bits would be a terrible idea, this material doesn't hold up well in abrasive situations. Such as Ti frame knives need steal inserts at the lockup points or they will where down. I can only imagine how poorly a Ti bit would do. So stupidly overpriced.
Massdrop says titanim bits, so which is which. A fully titanium ALLOY set or ... ? Please clarify.
Doesn't ship with a cord? What a rip-off!
MecArmy is a Chinese company known for overpriced products. These S2 bits worth $10 in retail. And $110 for titanium handle? Not in this world.
Hey Massdrop, how about -$100 credit for not including the pouch, like you do with the Spyderco knives? That will make the price more or less competitive, LOL.
If you bother to look up the item on the maker's site, it's clear that the handle and spinner at Ti. The bits are S2 steel (standard 1/4" insert bits, but there are several duplicate bits in the selection, which is disappointing). But bits are not expensive; just get what you want from Wiha, Wera, or another quality manufacturer.
how are the bits retained by the driver--magnet, ball indent, friction?
lobster
Same question here?
What the heck is a "circle set"?
Davidsh331
The top of the driver kit is either a square or a circle, they basically took the 2 types of spinners they make and put it on top of this
I've always thought these are cool but too expensive for their purpose. Instead I've found an awesome driver for $15 at O'Reilly's auto parts that takes a bit vertically or on its side as a ratchet. It's the powertorque bit driver but they don't offer it online. The driver is identical to the topeak ratchet rocket lite driver but half the cost.
sheffieldsg
Have to agree. If I were willing to spend $100 on a screwdriver, I'd be looking at the Snap On website.
A Titanium set seems like a really bad idea. But it makes up for it by being expensive.
Without leverage I don't see this being all that useful. I also don't see the point in buying a driver set that doesn't list all the drivers.
If someone knows there are no problems with these, all I can say is wow. I was told once that Klein tools makes some good stuff. I'll leave it at that, I don't want to look ignorant and get a negative reply from someone who knows better, if I'm way off base.
These look super nice, along with the case.
The bits are made from titanium? My better sense says "NO!" And picture 4/11 shows glow bars. Those aren't included, are they? Cool tool.
MagicSmoke
I'm sure the bits aren't titanium but quality steel bits.