Multi-bit screwdrivers have numerous tip sizes and types that attach to a single handle and allow you to loosen and tighten a variety of screw sizes with only one tool. They eliminate the need for a hefty set of screwdrivers with handles to be carried. A handle is attached to a shaft with a tip that is placed into the shaft in multi-bit variants. The tip of the screwdriver is put into the screwhead's indentation, and the handle is rotated to rotate the screw. Extra bits can be kept in the handle on some versions to simplify access and prevent loss.