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Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder

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Schonach, April 2016 – When choosing the best hand tool for everyday work, craftsmen look for tools which are as light as possible and which take up as little space as possible in their toolboxes, cases, and belts, while still featuring excellent functionality and ergonomic and time-saving properties. When developing new products, Wiha focusses closely on user requirements and is now launching its latest innovation, the LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder, an indispensable assistant for every day. With thirteen double bits, it offers 26 of the most common drive profiles in one single tool. It saves space and weight, as well as time, since it is possible to select, remove, and return bits at the mere touch of a button.

Its design is based on its predecessors from the Wiha LiftUp family from 2014, with a magazine inside the handle that opens at the press of a button. As the name suggests, the 26one® offers the user thirteen unique double bits – encompassing twenty-six of the most common drive profiles in a compartment design that guarantees easy access. Users therefore have a wide range of bits in a single hand tool, which conserves space in the toolbox as it also lightens up the belt since it only weighs approximately 200 g. At the same time, the Wiha SoftFinish multi-component handle with roll-off protection ensures healthy, comfortable use. In addition to elements to boost efficiency and satisfy user requirements, these design features to benefit ergonomics were at the forefront during development.

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  • Overall is rated at a 5/5 for Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder :

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Review for Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder by Lyttle smart homes ni
6th July 2019

This product is great all the screw bits stored in top and even has a screwlix screw driver bit. I keep this in the door pocket in van as its so handy to have about. Only issue I have found is that the tabs which hold the bits in have disappeared but will need to contact Wiha for replacements. In general a well built product but theses tabs are a bit of a weakness.

This product is great all the screw bits stored in top and even has a screwlix screw driver bit. I keep this in the door pocket in van as its so handy to have about. Only issue I have found is that the tabs which hold the bits in have disappeared but will need to contact Wiha for replacements. In general a well built product but theses tabs are a bit of a weakness.


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Review for Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder by Darren Spencer Electrical
21st March 2018

Always wanted a tool that i could have that has multiple bits, which is good, but as a sparky it is a little too heavy for everyday use, also the fact it’s not insulated much near the tip could have problems working on tight spaces, i would certainly use it as a nut spinner and will be in my bag, but not as my main screwdrivers.

Always wanted a tool that i could have that has multiple bits, which is good, but as a sparky it is a little too heavy for everyday use, also the fact it’s not insulated much near the tip could have problems working on tight spaces, i would certainly use it as a nut spinner and will be in
my bag, but not as my main screwdrivers.


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Review for Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder by J.Rudd General Building
3rd August 2017

Fantastic piece of kit! All the bits you need in one handy tool. Saves time searching for screwdriver and torx bits with the built in storage.

Fantastic piece of kit!
All the bits you need in one handy tool. Saves time searching for screwdriver and torx bits with the built in storage.


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Review for Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder by A+R Heatworks
8th June 2017

A cracking tool. Has freed up space in my bag. Feels very well made and comfortable. Would recommend.

A cracking tool. Has freed up space in my bag. Feels very well made and comfortable. Would recommend.


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Review for Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder by D.Q Plumbing and Heating
24th January 2017

Great and incredibly useful, only thin I would say is some of the spare bits were a little loose

Great and incredibly useful, only thin I would say is some of the spare bits were a little loose


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Review for Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder by Jake Matthews Property Development and Management
9th January 2017

Brilliant quality screwdriver and bits. Well worth the money.

Brilliant quality screwdriver and bits. Well worth the money.


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Review for Wiha LiftUp 26one® magazine bit holder by SAFGas Ltd
28th September 2016

I have had this a while now & it is simply awesome. Instead of having 3 or 4 screwdrivers digging in my leg pocket I have one. Being a boiler service & breakdown guy, having every screwdriver you need on hand for all different boiler screw heads for example is superb. The feel & quality of the driver is top drawer with the bit locking in so it don't get lost. The quick release is good and it can also be held to spin the driver freely which is really handy. Would definitely recommend, thanx Wiha.

I have had this a while now & it is simply awesome.
Instead of having 3 or 4 screwdrivers digging in my leg pocket I have one.
Being a boiler service & breakdown guy, having every screwdriver you need on hand for all different boiler screw heads for example is superb.
The feel & quality of the driver is top drawer with the bit locking in so it don't get lost. The quick release is good and it can also be held to spin the driver freely which is really handy.
Would definitely recommend, thanx Wiha.


6th June 2018

Hi. Mark here doing the review on the Wiha 26One screw driver. Now this is classed as a 26 in one screw driver as is come with 13 double ended bits, which 12 are stored in a spring loaded magazine which can also be rotated and they are stored in there nice and tight. Their not gonna fall anywhere or fall out when you open it up and then one is stored in the end of the screwdriver. The thing I like most about this screwdriver is the fact that when I'm using bit screwdrivers I tend to find I'll tighten something up or whatever and as I pull it out, the bit stays in the fastener. Now this screwdriver gets around this with the bits are all locked in place til you release this little locking collar. Then this locking collar also is very useful 'cause you can hold it and spin the driver around just to drive the fasteners in a bit quicker. The thing I really like with this nice slim shaft, 'cause a lot of other companies offer these bit drivers.

There like fixed in holding mechanisms and that, but this one is very, very slim. A lot of other companies ones are big and chunky and once you got your bit and that in there sometimes you just can't get your screwdriver where you need it to pass all of this, as where this is a lot slimmer. And does offer really good retention. And the handle is a bit fatter than a standard we have screwdriver, but it's gonna be. It's got all the bits in there, but it does have the same features, the anti-roll features and stuff like that, but it is a brilliant screwdriver for the money and keep in your pocket can save you a return to the van or for the odd bits. I don't really use torque fasteners a lot so I'm not gonna carry a full set, but I've got them if I need them. It's got a square drive in it, which again I've never used, but it's better to have one and not need it, then not have one at all and this does pack a lot of stuff. It is relatively light as well, but that's it guys.

That's our Wiha 26One screwdriver. Thanks for watching.


16th May 2018

Hello, it's Peter Lyttle here, from Lyttle Smart Homes, doing a Tool Talk Review on the Wiha All In One, 26inOne screwdriver set. I've had this a few weeks now, it's a pretty good set. It's good that it has, with me being an electrician, it does have the square bit, both the one and the two square bit, also all the different sizes of screws that you would need. The allen key, the torque heads, I've used the torque heads now for ... It's very handy for doing ... I was sticking new speakers in the van and I found them very, very good. So I have this, and I also have the Wera set, which I have a few of, this is a newer set.

So the older set has a square drive bit in it. Obviously it's probably a lot more expensive than the Wiha 26inOne, the only thing is it's VDE, so for me doing electrics it's more important for that type of work. But I found that the 26inOne is handy, to be honest I think most people should have one in their car or van, because they're so handy with so much different choices of bits. You never know when you're going to need it, and I just keep mine in the glove compartment in the van, in case I can't find my other screwdriver sets. Or if I need torque bits rather than pulling out a full solid set to get it done, but all in all a very screwdriver. Well impressed width it.


27th April 2018

Hello, my name is Scott Priddey. I'm from SafGas Limited, and today I'm going to do a short video for Expert Trades.

Tool talk.

My Tool Talk Review is going to be on the Wiha screwdriver. It's called the 26 One. So, as well as all my bits and bobs in my pocket up here, I used to walk around with, not one for the gas valve, not two for boiler couplers, but three screwdrivers in my ruler pocket. Now, with the Wiha 26 One, I only have to walk around with one screwdriver, the Wiha 26 One, if you're in Australia.

So, very quickly and very easily, you can take the cap off. There's six on each row. Obviously, each one of those has got two ends to it, so it is, you've got two sizes, so that's where the 24 come from, and obviously, you've also got one in the end. That is locked in place until you pull that back, and it releases it on the, and you can swap it around. It just pushes into place and locks. And this has saved me a lot of bruising on my leg, and a lot of hassle when I forgot the screwdriver, and I have to shoot back to the van, or to the back to get another screwdriver. So yeah, the Wiha 26 One. I've had it now probably eight months, and it's always in my leg pocket, never leave home without it. Thank you.