Spring-loaded, quick-change chucks let you swap out hexagonal bits one-handed, and they won't slip in high-torque turns. This handy, time-saving feature, common on impact drivers, small drills, and cordless screwdrivers, has upped the popularity of hex-shanked bit sets, giving you more drilling and fastening options than ever.
This compact, easy-to-tote polyester tool bag unrolls to display 100 clearly labeled drilling and driving bits,
as well as a ratcheting screwdriver in case your drill ever runs out of juice. The cost—a mere about $30—comes to just over two bits a bit (drill sold separately). Ryobit Tools