Screwdriver bits fit into power drills and are used to secure screws into materials such as wood, plastic, glass, and metal. Screws that have been driven in by screwdriver bits tend to be more securely fastened and last longer than screws installed by hand. Screwdriver bits are designed to be used with specific materials. For example, you'll need to use a different screwdriver bit when drilling through glass than when drilling through metal. We offer options of premium quality screwdriver bits in different sizes and brands. Some of the most notable ones include double-ended bits, Phillips bits, square drivers, and pin punches.
It's essential to choose the right size. An improperly sized screwdriver bit can strip the screw and damage the material. To determine the correct screwdriver bits for your project, you need to select one that correctly fits the head of the screws. Since screws vary in size, it's helpful to purchase a pack so that you have various sizes at your disposal.
Steel is the most commonly used material for screwdriver bits and is an economical option. For more durability, consider purchasing titanium ones. If you are drilling through hard material, you'll find it's well worth the higher price tag.
Magnetic screwdriver bits are another excellent option to consider. The advantage is it helps to hold the screw in place. Keeping a screw in place is particularly useful for smaller screws or when you're starting to drill into a rigid material.