Take a Picquic® multi-bit screwdriver, change the logo, make a few cosmetic adjustments, and — voilà — you have the “new” Stanley® Push-N-Pick™ multi-bit screwdriver (model 69-193). Like the Picquic, the Stanley has seven 3″ long CrV 1/4″ hex bits (according to Stanley’s website you get Phillips #0, #1, #2, and #3, and slotted 3/16″, 5/32″, and 1/4″; but the picture seems to show two slotted, two Phillips, and three square, or Robertson, bits) that are stored in the handle. The bit in the shaft (which has a hex bolster for additional torque) is used to push out the bit you pick from the handle. The Stanley Push-N-Pick® costs around $11.
I think this rebranding is a good thing, as I believe the Picquic screwdrivers are very good and warrant wider distribution. They have a nice heft, and just plain feel good in my hand. What do you think?