The first month this Craftsman 1/4” driver adaptor was lying around the office, I treated it more or less like a bauble — fun to toss and play around with, but it didn’t see any action. That changed last week when I had cause to use it. It’s actually pretty handy.
What you see is what you get here. The little adaptor fits to the tip of a nut driver (or can be used as a thumb wheel) and it’s got a hex bit in the end of it. It’s sweet to have around if there’s computer work to be done or screws in tight quarters that need a bit of turning.
The worst part is now I have to eat crow and tell my dad he was right — and that always blows.
Street pricing starts at around $2, and sometimes an entire bin of them goes on sale for a buck a pop, so stocking up is pretty easy.
1/4″ Drive Hex Adaptor [Craftsman]