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Always be prepared for the busted and broken fools who might have a screw loose.

Screwdriver benches can be hard to find on a powder day, so toss the ratcheting DAKINE Torque Driver in your pack and tighten down a pair of loose bindings before you miss your opportunity to bag a fresh line. Five different bits fit inside the storage space of the hollow handle, and an 8mm and 10mm wrench cleverly stash against the side. Instead of leaving your buddy hanging when he blows out a binding, toss him the torque with a #3 posidrive bit and gain some serious karma points.

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2 5

Never got the chance to use it

I bought this gadget despite my better judgment. Why would I buy a screw driver that has a ball bearing that easily falls out? It was gone the moment I opened it (or perhaps before). I can't even imagine trying to fumble w/ it in the snow.

5 5

Solid Little Tool

Great for those "on the mountain" adjustments!

4 5

Tis Good

It is a nice little tool. Boarded all day with it in my pocket and didn't notice it at all. Comes with a variety of screw heads. I would say the only problem I had with it was the little BB that keeps the fastener on, but I found it pretty easily when it fell out.

5 5


works well, compact, does the job, no issues, reasonably priced

3 5

Nothing to write home about

I love everything about this little tool - it's lightweight, compact, has everything you need to tune your board and whatever else you may have lying around - but the one complaint I have is that the little ball bearing that is under the metal band likes to pop out. Do you know how hard it is to find one of those suckers?! Luckily I've lost it only while inside and have managed to hang on to it. It's necessary to have in order to hold the bits in place. Other than that, it's solid.

5 5

A+ Tool

Great tool that doesn't take a lot of space.

4 5


I take this tool with me every where I go. It small enough to fit in any pocket of my jackets so If I need to tweak my bindings or help another snowboarder out, its there. The bits have gotten a little bit rusty, but thats probably because I don't clean it out very often. Overall a great tool.

5 5

Which tool? Da.kine that's good

Little tool that packs a big punch. It takes care of all my binding tweaking needs.

5 5

Awesome Tool

I had been using a phillips screw driver to adjust my bindings for the longest time, messing up my screws and having the hardest time adjusting my bindings. I thought that was normal, until I go this little tool which has heads specifically made for my bindings. Now adjusting my bindings couldn't be easier. And you could carry this thing with you on the mountain to if you wanted to make changes on the fly. Great little tool.

4 5


Great tool to carry in a cargo pocket. Though these usually only last for one season before you lose the most used bits and before the ball-bearing locking system fails. Price offsets the lifespan.

5 5

Capable tool for a low price

This tool is everything it advertises. It has a bit for every fitting on my board and they all store neatly insided the tool. The bits lock in securely and are removed without having to use excessive force. The ratcheting system goes clockwise, counter clockwise or locks neutral and does so with ease. Additionally, the price is pretty good for what you are getting.

5 5

solid my man solid

Nice and compact, solid tool with good grip when gloved.

5 5

got a winner here!

solid tool. i was tweakin my stance to learn to ride switch. kept this bad boy in my cargo pocket all day and forgot it was there.

5 5

fery niccce

awesome little set right here. i've been playing around with my bindings and board. it's pretty solid. definitely a good investment

5 5

little tool big help

a necessity on the mountain. last trip my binding came loose ON the mountain = very dangerous w/ a chance of breaking something. a local bum hooked me up with his. As soon as I got home I ordered one

5 5

So far so good.

I haven't had a real need to use this yet, but i've owned one previously and got a lot of good use out of it. The product is great and my only word of caution would be that when you're opening the end with all of the bits, or swapping out bits in the snow, it would be very easy to drop them all and never see them again. I actually stuck a couple of small magnets on the wrench tool so that for the most part, my bits are stuck to it when I pull it all out. Pick one up cause they're inexpensive and useful (plus they can put you over the $50 free shipping limit).