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MetMo Magnetic Bit Case

MetMo Magnetic Bit Case

Regular price £39.00 GBP
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The Magnetic Bit Case will be available again to purchase in August 2024. Click 'notify me when available' above to receive an email when they're back in stock!

Magnetic bit case that can hold 6 x 25mm 1/4" bits. A MetMo original design, made from airframe aluminium black anodised with brass fittings and neodymium magnet. It can be used to store bits together in your pocket or keep bits tidy while working.

- Powerful neodymium magnet
- Quick access
- Can be used as a standalone driver

*Hex drive bits not included*


Hard anodised aluminium (2024 Aerospace grade aluminium)

Hard Anodised Aluminium (7055-T77 Aerospace grade aluminium)

High tensile brass (HTB1)

Neodymium Magnet (N52)

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30 day returns policy.


Capacity: Internal 6 pieces 1/4" (6.3mm) Hex drive bits (and however many more you can stick to the back of it!)

Weight: 73g (2.5oz) un-loaded & 100g (3.5oz) Fully loaded 

Size: 103mm (4.0") x 27mm (1.06") x 12mm (0.47")

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A Case For Your Bits

It's time to embrace the pocket tool kit life and upgrade your carry with a Pocket Driver and our Magnetic Bit Case. 

Store 6 x 25mm bits in an enclosed case utilising the same handle design as Pocket Driver to lock your bits safely in place. A powerful rear magnet lets you easily slide your bits out of the case when needed.

Manual Bit Ejector 

The handle lets it sit nicely in your hand and eject bits with your thumb. This doesn't sound like much but it is deeply satisfying and makes switching between drive bits easy to just slide them out, or it's just as easy to press and pop one out if you are in the mood for some precession bit handling

The Power of Magnets

Once your bits are fully loaded into the bit case, they're not coming out again unless you say so! 

Where this feature really comes into its own is when you drop a screw down the back of a cabinet or when you unscrew your motorcycle battery terminals and drop the tiny square nut into the abyss that is the inside of a motorbike... happened way too many times. You can pop the case inside hard to reach places to hoover up any loose hardware. 

Quick Clean Up

Pick up bits and clean up, fast! Screws laying around, bits covering your workspace, use the magnet to pick them up and get your space organised in seconds… the power of magnets ay? 

Store extra bits/long bits 

The back is an ideal place to attach longer bits or just those random loose bits that you collected that don’t have a home anymore. So, when you pick up your bits you can pick up ALL your bits… just make sure you want whatever you attached to them to be magnetic. After a while we have found that our prototype dramatically improved the magnetic power of the bits stored in there. Maybe they turned to the dark side, who knows?

Attach it to what you're working on

Bits are never where you need them, especially when they're small! The magnet that holds the bits in doubles up as a way to attach the bit case to whatever you're working on, so bits are right there when you need them.

Also, as an added bonus, it will stick to the mini driver so they're easy to keep together! The natural extension to the Pocket Driver.

A handy handle

Pop it and hang it.

If you want it to just hang around, it has the same carabiner loop point so you can attach it to your quick access tool or just have it easy to access in your pocket tool bag or everyday carry.

The handle has the same spring plunger holding the handle in place, so has that same satisfying click and fiddle ability! That handle is also useful if what you're working on happens not to be ferritic. If you are working on an oak sailing ship maybe?

Manual Drive  

In a bind it might be all you need, as it can be a makeshift bit driver! I know you wouldn’t want to use it for long like this, but if you just want to quickly tighten that loose screw in a set of glasses or break into the TV remote, it's perfect!

We incorporated a small ramp at the ejection points to give each drive bit an end stop, which helps you put a good amount of pressure on the bit without it shooting out of the case!