Last year, we reviewed the original Fix It Sticks, a project born from an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign. This year, the company is expanding their product line, with a brand new version of their signature product, this time made of stainless steel instead of aluminum, and with replaceable bits, held in place by magnets.
A comparison of the Pedro bits (top) versus the Wiha bits (bottom). The sharper edges on the Wiha bits mean they have a lower potential to cam out (release during torque). That can be very useful for stuck bits, or other critical operations. The Fix It Sticks can accept ANY bit, meaning that you can tailor them to your particular needs.