I've had this dream for a long time to build a bit driver for knives. Not just any bit driver. But the one that I always wanted. You see, when I got into pocket knives I went to the hardware store and bought the cheapest Torx driver I could find with the cheapest bits imaginable. It was plastic, the bits all bent with use, and I never loved the thing. I moved to a box driver in blue, and I realized center-driving a bit is really important, and using a box as a screwdriver is maddening as best. There are other drivers with the bits in the handle, but I hated dumping them all out to find what I needed. I wanted a mobile toolkit that was ready anytime I needed it. Travel ready. Desk ready. Repair ready. Hot mess of knife parts ready. I wanted my Torx bits to be visible without dumping them all out. So I designed the Knafs Bit Driver with Wiha Torx bits. It's the knife repair tool I always dreamed about. Weird dreams, I know. But it's what I wanted. Enjoy! -Ben
This pocket knife Torx Driver has Wiha bits that are stored in magnetic channels on the outside of the tool for quick access. We added o-rings as seatbelts to keep the bits in place for fidgeting, travel, and blast off. The end cap is aluminum with an internal bearing for clean control while using. Jimping and knurling is all over this thing for grip. We pulled styling cues from the Saturn V Rocket, and we designed this tool to be blast-off ready. To the Moon, Amigos!
- Length: 4" (102 mm)
- Diameter: .5" (13 mm)
- Weight: 1.3 oz (36 g)
- 6061 Aluminum Bit Driver
- 3 - Driver Bits:
- Wiha - Torx Bit T6 x 28 mm Micro Bit
- Wiha - Torx Bit T8 x 28 mm Micro Bit
- Wiha - Flathead - 3mm x 28 mm Micro Bit
- 4 - O-rings
- Designed in Utah, USA by Ben Petersen
- CAD by Matt Fitzgerald-- couldn't have done it without his brilliant brain.
- Driver made in Shaanxi, China-- home of the Terracotta Army, for the interested.
- Bits Made in Sông Công, Vietnam
Choking Hazard: Small Parts. Contains small driver bits, o-rings, and neodymium magnets. Do not allow children to handle or play with this tool. Magnets can pose a serious choking hazard. Keep away from pacemakers, ICDs and other implanted medical devices.