GearWrench, well known for their ratcheting wrenches, also offers a nice line of configurable screwdrivers. Instead of just selecting the proper bit for a fastening task, you can choose which shaft and handle to use as well. GearWrench’s screwdriver handles also feature ratcheting mechanisms, which make these drivers even more appealing.
With the 40 piece set pictured above, you get an assortment of three handles, seven adapters and shafts, and a 30 piece bit assortment. Although the average street price of $55 seems high, the three ratcheting handles account for much of the cost.
56 Piece Set
Sear offers a more economical alternative, a 56 piece set available for $35. This set includes two handles, four shafts, and an assortment of bits and sockets.