We told you about a gearless ratchet earlier this week and specifically talked about how their smaller “sweep” made them great for tight spaces. That got us to wondering if there are other gearless ratcheting tools out there — like, for example, a stubby screwdriver, which is one of our tight-space favorites.
Witness the stubby gearless ratchet driver by Titan.
Twelve degrees between ratchet stops seems to be the standard benchmark these days when it comes to ratcheting heads. Gearless systems (like this one) bost more like three degrees.
The stubby lives up to its name and is, well, stubby, with a 6 bit screw-on cap located in the rear for easy storage.
Street Pricing starts at around $4.50.
Street Pricing [Froogle]