Dakine Torque Driver 2013 - 2011 Review by The Good Ride

A good little driver for the price for around the house or car but a little awkward for the pocket.  We have a few that are primarily used around the house but on the mountain, the Burton Bullet is the call.   When we use the tool on other parts of the binding like the screws on the side it’s not as easy because the big handle will get in the way.  We’d like the Dakine Torque Driver more if it had magnetic attachments.

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