World’s Smallest Screwdriver

There are many ways to tighten a screw. This is the smallest and lightest we’ve seen.


Made of titanium, the Pocket Bit is smaller than a standard house key.

Basically just a bit with a hole drilled in the middle, it uses leverage from the key ring to provide wrenching power with a fraction of the material of a regular screwdriver.


The tiny screwdriver weighs less than a key and is just 25mm wide.

According to the company, the Pocket Bit is the “first solid titanium alloy double-sided screwdriver bit.” The brand also markets “mulit-tool” abilities, saying you can use it as a bottle opener or pry bar … maybe?


The company’s original funding goal on Kickstarter was $2,000, but these are selling like hotcakes, so far raising more than $17,000.

We can’t imagine it would be super useful for serious screw driving, but for small jobs or quick fixes it will suffice. If you’re looking for an ultralight driver that can live on your keychain, pick one up for $9 (shipping included) and never be caught without a screwdriver again.

Eric Lemke

Eric is a contributing writer based in Bozeman, MT. An avid climber, mountain biker, backpacker, and snowboarder, he earned his degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota - Duluth. When not living the GearJunkie life, he can be found exploring the Montana backcountry.