Quality utility T handle driver for all your snowboard and ski needs, small enough to stowaway in your backpack or tuning kit.
Product ID: 73215 10001554-BLACK-81M 610934667851
The Dakine Torque Driver snowboard/ski binding tool has a classic 'T' handle design for maximum grip and a nice smooth running ratchet action. Classic simplicity.
Integrated into the driver is a 10mm hex socket. Packed into the handle you get #2 and #3 Phillips head screwdriver bits, #3 Pozidrive and 3/32 inch hex pieces plus a 1/4 inch flat head screwdriver. The T Handle also stores a 8mm and 10mm single piece wrench.
No snowboarder, skier should ride/ski without a binding/ski tool, if not to fine tuning whilst out riding/skiing, then for safety's sake. The nuts, bolts and screws on all makes of snowboard/ski binding have a nasty habit of working loose and always at the worst possible moments.
The Dakine Torque Driver binding tool gives you the freedom to relax while you ride/ski and very handy on or off the mountain.
6 piece ratchet driver
#2 and #3 phillips
1/4" flat head
8mm and 10mm wrench
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Dakine screwdriver is a classic, small enough for a pocket yet versatile enough to take care of everything.
Great little tool.
Great little multi tool. Does anything you need it to do. Fits well into pockets so i don't need to bother about carrying a bag.
Very useful and robust tools
Great tool. Nice colour. Matches the other dakine tools in green. Ratchet feels solid. Difficult to fit all the bits in and screw the top on, but I won't need the spanner in there anyway.
Simple, strong, realiable
Comes with 5 fixings and a spanner, that sit inside the handle secured with a screw-top. Switch on the body to alternate between unwinding and winding. It works, it's strong and well-designed in my view.
Decent tool, does the job
Found this tool really useful so far. The large bit fits my binding screws just right, it really locked in so I can get some proper tension on the screws (personally I'd prefer counter sink hex head screws but that's just me..) Definitly try all bits to make sure you get the best fit to avoid rounding the screw heads. I like to get the screws tight and a traditional screwdriver doesn't have the grip easily get the right torque. This one is shaped so you can get some proper torque down. I guess you could use a traditional ratchet set with a screw bit adaptor but you'd probably need an extension bar or long enough screw bit to clear the bindings and that's all extra weight to carry. The cool thing about this tool is that it has the hollow handle to store extra bits for bindings etc and there's a small flat ring spanner should you need it, can't see where I'd use that but you never know. I guess you could put other small things in there if you wanted? So in summery I'd say it's a decent, handy tool, would like it to be lighter but it's excellent for the money.
This tool is compact and simple
I bought this and used it extensively on my last trip, does what it says on the tin. All of the bits (5 screwdriver bits and a small spanner) fit inside the handle of the tool. This means a compact tool that is easy to have on you, on the mountain.
Essential Tool for Slopeside Repairs
Tool is well equipped with the parts for all the slopeside adjustments or repairs you or your party may need. The only area of improvement is in size and weight; whilst not a problem if you ride with a backpack, this is a chunky tool for jacket or trouser pockets.