"Dear Buyers if you are looking for a good quality bit holder then Wera Universal Rapidaptor 50m its the one you need. its small so its does not shake when using, its very accurate. good magnet inside which never drops screw down. plus its not very expensive, means its good value for money. i have tried so many holders but this the one which i love using the most. So just buy with your eyes close."
"Excellent - saves undoing chuck every time you need to change bits. Great when up ladders etc. It is permanently fitted to my driver. Being able to hold it, without it spinning, at the start of driving is a real help ,as aposed to holding the chuck and letting it slip through your hands."
"Positive lock. Locks when bit pushed in by either pushing the collar down or pushing the actual bit in. If already in the locked position the bit can still be inserted. If not locked, when pressure to bit during use is applied the bit locks. Easy to unlock and remove bit after use.
Having purchased this a few weeks ago I wouldn't go back to the cheaper alternatives."
"Usual Wera build quality. It does the job well but is not cheap. Shorter than the bi-torsion bit I have, which I must say I find better to use and see as better value for money. but sometimes you don't want to make the length of the driver holder and bit any longer, so a useful addition to the toolbox."
"I took a gamble on this product, even after my initial concerns over the price I was prepared to give it a go, but what a major let down. Firstly lets get the name right.... it's a bit holder, end of. To call it a Universal Rapidaptor is just sales pitch and I should have known better. In practical terms its far too small and short in length and brings the drill chuck far to close to the work face when using a 25mm bit. Easily solved by using a longer bit I thought, but how wrong could I be? The longer the bit the more movement in the holder, so much so that when I used 150mm long bits I have to hold the bit end with my "free" hand. Oh well we learn by our mistakes, and this "bit holder" was my biggest mistake in a while. Its destined for file 13 in my garage I think never to be used again. Incidentally I've reverted back to a £1.99 75mm long magnetic "bit holder"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"