Unlike regular screwdrivers that have long handles and shanks, finger bit screwdrivers are even more compact than a stubby screwdriver. Titan’s Finger Bit Screwdriver set is three drivers, each consisting of a 1” disk ½” thick that has a 1-inch cylinder of chrome running through the center. There’s a hex socket at one end of the cylinder and a ¼-inch square drive socket at the other. The rim of the disk has a patterned surface for more grip. Overall, each driver is about the size of a golf ball and weighs around an ounce and a quarter.
Titan’s set has three drivers, each with an included bit: a #1 Phillips, a ¼” straight bit, and a square bit for ¼-inch sockets. The hex opening is a standard size, so you can get replacement bits at your local hardware. With a bit in place, the driver is a just over 1½” tall, less than half the size of a stubby screwdriver (see image). Each driver has a magnet in the shaft to hold the bits.
A finger bit driver is less than half the size of a stubby screwdriver
A screwdriver this small fits into pretty tight places, but isn’t intended for heavy-duty work. The bits are small and the disk isn’t anything like a regular screwdriver handle, though the patterned edge allows for a surprising amount of torque – plenty for light or even moderate jobs. Finger Bit Screwdrivers are just what your toolbox needs for those jobs where you can't fit a stubby screwdriver into that tiny space on the back of some appliance.