Bahco 808050 Ratchet Screwdriver with 6 bits £12.50 (Prime) / £16.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Bahco 808050 Ratchet Screwdriver with 6 bits £12.50 (Prime) / £16.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Found 13th Dec 2017
I have have found my ratchet screwdriver to be top quality and have had for a long time. Just wanted to order another to store somewhere else.

Bahco 808050 Ratchet Screwdriver + 6 Bits

Ratchet Bit Screwdriver.
Magnetic bit holder blade with 1/4in bit holder and inserted magnetic function to hold the bits.
Ratchet function, left and right position, no repositioning of the hand needed.
Bit storage with self explanatory push button.
Spinning blade - knurled part of the blade for fast spinning of the screw.
Oval handle shape with high friction surface provides comfort in use and increased torque.
Suitable for carpenters, electrcians, home improvers, mechanics, MR0 and Industry.
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Got 2 myself, great bits of kit
Bought one. Have other Bahco tools and can vouch for the quality.
Great screwdriver. I've had mine for a couple of years now.
What's it for? Seen the wife use one but not sure why?
Argyll681 h, 26 m ago

Great screwdriver. I've had mine for a couple of years now.


couple of poor reviews about mechanism did you find any issues thanks
Fantastic. Had mine for almost a year now and nothing else compares.
scoobytawazara31 m ago

couple of poor reviews about mechanism did you find any issues thanks


I have 2, both are great. One has slightly more play in it than the other but both feel as good as a snap on my brother in law uses.
ordered one, thanks
Great stocking filler.
tek-monkey13th Dec

I have 2, both are great. One has slightly more play in it than the other …I have 2, both are great. One has slightly more play in it than the other but both feel as good as a snap on my brother in law uses.


I know Bahco tools are quality and I am after a ratchet screwdriver.
Have you used this for prolonnged periods of time I.e a vast amount of screws without a break? I only ask as I want to know how comfortable the handle is. The amount of blisters I get on the palm of my hand from screwdrivers with uncomfortable and poorly designed handles is unreal. They sting like mad as well.
You can never really tell until it's to late.
BFCsider6 h, 5 m ago

I know Bahco tools are quality and I am after a ratchet screwdriver. Have …I know Bahco tools are quality and I am after a ratchet screwdriver. Have you used this for prolonnged periods of time I.e a vast amount of screws without a break? I only ask as I want to know how comfortable the handle is. The amount of blisters I get on the palm of my hand from screwdrivers with uncomfortable and poorly designed handles is unreal. They sting like mad as well. You can never really tell until it's to late.


I'm afraid that I'm a light user, when I have many to do I get out a drill. I've never had issues with this driver but I'd imagine that one without the integrated bit holder would be less likely to cause blisters.

It is comfortable, but I doubt I've ever used it for more than 30 mins straight.
Mine arrived some time ago. I realised this is not the one with the light which has proven invaluable at times. Still a good price though but no way is the RRP £37.90. From memory I bought my first one withe the light for about £18.
scoobytawazara13th Dec

couple of poor reviews about mechanism did you find any issues thanks



No not at all. I had initially bought the DeWalt one from Screwfix but it wasn't very good as it was difficult to remove the end cap without spiling the bits all over the place. I returned the DeWalt and boughtthe Bahco one instead.
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