But even though Bit Bar’s defining feature is its small size, it doesn’t sacrifice anything in the realms of power or durability. Each one is constructed from your choice of either grade 5 titanium alloy or fiberglass reinforced nylon, with eight hexagonal black oxide bits built into the side. They’re held in place by the central magnetic push bar that keeps them secure but also makes them easily accessible whenever you might need them – an important design consideration for an EDC screwdriver.
You can get more information on the Bit Bar from the product’s Kickstarter page right here, where pre-orders start at $50 and up. Shipments begin August, after which you can expect to start seeing a lot more screws that need screwing all over the place.