Magclip on toolbelt or toolvest for easy access.

The front of MagClip bit holders has a clear red reflex to appear better when there is less light. The plastic is of high quality to withstand tough conditions in heat and cold. On the inside is a powerful neodymium magnet, which holds bits on the sides and creates a large magnetic surface for attaching other things to, for example. a whole barrel screw.

MagClip is patented and a registered trademark.

The back of the MagClip bit holder has a heavy clamp that can handle wide belts and at the same time sits well directly on a thinner trousers.

At the top are two empty places for placing bits when you want to change quickly and the large area is occupied with other accessories. The bits are of high quality in S2 steel and are angled for easier access. 

The bits on the left side are PZ1 , PZ2  PZ3 , T20, T25 , T30, and T40.

On the right side we have PH1, PH2 PH3 , H3  H4, H5, H6 and at the bottom a 5 cm long PH2 .

Place sharp and pointed objects on MagClip bit holder so that you do not get a hole in the trouser pocket. For example, rails, drills, chisels and wood screws etc.

Line up the bit on the free surface so it is easy to change bit and you do not need to find the right bit every time.

Here we have expander for drywall. Attach a number to MagClip bit holder and then pick one by one.

Place the locking shaft and a selection of sleeves in a way that facilitates switching. The Neodymium magnet holds most of it.

Place the accessories to be used in groups. You have everything in place and do not need to pick things up time and time again, which saves both time and energy. The bit holder holds what you need for each assembly.

Put a whole box with screws directly on the bit holder. The magnet holds everything in place so that you can move freely without dropping any screws.

It can be difficult to change bit when working out in the cold with gloves on. MagClip bit holder solve this! Place the pieces on the flat surface and it will be easy to change without removing the gloves.

You can take out the bits on one side of the bit holder and use it as a small "angle hook". The ratio between the short side and the long side is an angle of 90 degrees.

When assembling things, there is often a lot of screws and other parts. You can "vacuum" everything up with the strong magnet and do not have to pick up single parts one by one.

When measuring with tape measure it can sometimes be difficult to get the tape to lie still. Then place the MagClip bit holder over the tape measure so that the flat side presses down and holds the tape in place.

Attach the MagClip bit holder directly to your tool board.


MagClip bit holder can also be used as a quick and easy wooden joist finder. The strong magnet will find both plaster screws, and heavy steel beams that can hide behind the wall.