A couple of months ago a reader asked about Vega screwdriver bits. I’ve looked into the brand a couple of times since then, and although I’m not familiar with them, Vega Industries seems to have been around for quite a while.
Vega’s Impactech impact-rated screwdriver bits certainly grab and hold one’s attention. They feature a spiral torsion zone that absorbs impact energy to extend bit lift.
Other brands’ bits also have torsion zones, but they’re usually reduced-diameter sections wrapped in a branded sleeve.
Vega Impactech screwdriver bits feature CNC-milled tips and are made from modified S2 steel alloy. Their 1″ insert bits and quick-change power bits have similar spiral zones.
Vega says that their bits are:
Tested to outperform all leading brands in lifecycle and tip failure testing.
These Impactech bits are available in a range of sizes and styles.
I have not yet had the time to explore the brand further or try out any of their bits. If you’ve used Vega screwdriver bits or these Impactech bits, what have you experiences been like?