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One of the major themes I teach is the ability to start making money as a handyman without spending any money, using what you already have on hand. When I first hung my shingle as a doer of odd jobs I scrounged up enough tools to make a somewhat presentable EDC toolbox I could get most jobs done with.
However as time went on and I started taking on more complicated jobs, I decided it was time to upgrade a lot of my older tools. I had a literal Hodge-Podge collection of mismatched screw drivers mostly from Crappy Tire. They would get tangled up in the other tools, and the best part is no matter which driver I needed I would always pull out the wrong one three times first.
This motivated me to find a good quality, hopefully buy it for life multi-bit screw driver. I started with the Dewalt because well it was Dewalt, and I wanted something with a normal thickness handle. Well that didn’t work out as the first time I tried to put the bits back in it the holder broke.
So I decided to pick up the Milwaukee 10-1 and have been supremely happy with it. the slightly thicker handle isn’t an issue at all. The fact that the bits are slightly difficult to remove from the handle just means they aren’t going anywhere when you don’t want them to.
This is the perfect junk drawer or grab and go tool box screw driver. It replaces theoretically 10 other screw drivers, but more importantly it’s made durable enough that it should last a lifetime.
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