The LT24 Bit Driver extends the large bit driver on Leatherman tools by 3.25"/8.25cm

Bit Driver Extension (LT24)

Average Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5

£18.36
RRP:£22.96, saving 20%
Bit Driver Extension (LT24)
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Bit Driver Extension (LT24)

Average Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5

£18.36
RRP:£22.96, saving 20%

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The LT24 Bit Driver extends the large bit driver on Leatherman tools by 3.25"/8.25cm. The LT24 holds standard Leatherman Bits and Standard hex bits.

The LT24 Bit Driver Extension fits any Leatherman tool or knife that features a Large Bit Driver. Therefore the LT24 fits the Charge range, Skeletool range, Surge, and Wave multi-tools, as well as the Expanse E33 Bx and Crater C33 Bx lock knives.

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Review of Bit Driver Extension (LT24) by: andrew horsfall from Leeds. Date:  2-9-2014
This is a must have item if you use a tool with the removable bits, it also accepts standard hex bits.

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Review of Bit Driver Extension (LT24) by: David Gamble from Banbridge. Date:  28-1-2014
This extension driver makes using the bits much easier.

Well made, as all leatherman equipment is. A must have for anyone who uses the multi tool daily with the tool bits.

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Review of Bit Driver Extension (LT24) by: Dave McKeown from southampton. Date:  9-4-2012
Prompt service from supplier however on fitting the screwdriver bit supplied with my Leatherman wave it jammed in the extension piece and it resists all efforts to remove it disappointing.

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Review of Bit Driver Extension (LT24) by: Ray Thomson from . Date:  6-4-2012
The concept of the bit driver extension is excellent and when I bought it I thought the extension would be infallible. The reality was a bit different,... the bit holder accepted the bits without any problem but releasing them was nigh impossible by hand and needed the use of grips to extract the bits. Also it accepted the hex bits easily too, however they sank too far down inside the bit holder and were loose, therefore the LT24 didn't serve its intended purpose unfortunately and had to be returned. There is seemingly a spring or something similar within the bit holder which inst always the best. I'm sure though with Leatherman being the high quality manufacturer that it is, that a review and a future modification to this extension, the problem can be resolved in some way