General M.100X FAQ
Find answers to your most burning questions about the M.100X Bundle Pack.
What's the difference between the M.100X and M.100?
The M.100X is a bundle of our flagship multitool - the M.100 - and a caddy containing a set of 12 screwdriver bits - the MX.01. These extra screwdrivers include Allen Keys, TORX bits, Flats and Phillips, all in their most popular sizes.
Does the multitool come with it's own screwdriver bits?
Yes, the M.100 comes pre-loaded with two screwdriver bits - one flat, one phillips. Tool bits from the MX.01 Toolpack can also be swapped around with those loaded into the multitool.
If you need help removing them from the M.100, see the section below - M.100X Functions explained.
What sized screwdriver bits does the M.100X use?
The M.100X uses 1/4" Hex shank tool bits.
What material is the M.100X made of?
The M.100X is built using an engineering-grade glass-reinforced composite. This material has a very high glass-to-polymer ratio (70%), making it incredibly tough, and weighs in 40% lighter than titanium.
How strong is the screwdriver socket?
The front screwdriver socket of the M.100X is reinforced with a steel collar, and can withstand up to 10Nm of torque.
Can I sharpen the package opener?
No, the package opener cannot be sharpened. It's intended for slicing tape or plastic wrapping, not cutting cardboard, and as long as it's used this way it won't need sharpening.
How do I carry the M.100X?
It's up to you! Some people hang it off their keychain, some people throw it in their bag and others just leave it in the glovebox.
The MX.01 toolpack is a little too bulky to carry, so most people just leave it at home or in their bag, and swap around the tool bits they'll most likely need for the day.
M.100X Functions explained
In this section, we'll go into detail how each function of the M.100X works.
Removing tool bits from the MX.01
To take out a tool bit, just rest your thumb on the side and push. You might find better leverage on the "shoulder", where the hexagonal body transitions to the screwdriver bit.
Removing tool bits and using the screwdriver
Two screwdriver bits are stored inside the M.100X multitool, secured by a rubber stopper. To unlock the storage tube, just pinch the wide part of the rubber stopper and peel it away from the body, as shown in image 2.
Once open, you can access the tool bits inside by tipping them out. If they get stuck on the small magnet, just tap it into your palm to let it loose.
Re-seal the rubber stopper and insert your tool bit, then you're ready to go.
The steel core of the M.100X doubles as a wrench for both metric and imperial nuts & bolts.
To use it, line up your bolt with the zig-zag cutout and place it on top. Remember, lefty-loosy, righty-tighty.
Cut through tape and plastic wrapping without damaging your delivery inside. Line up the hooked talon of the M.100X with the tape seam and swipe it through for a clean cut.
Heavy-duty screwdriver socket
This socket gives you a better grip and more torque, but be aware the screwdriver bit is not secured when using it. You'll need to brace it with your thumb as you turn.
Just put your screwdriver bit into the cutout on the side of the steel core and get to work.
You won't be measuring up a house with these rulers, but they do come in handy when you least expect them.
Brace the rippled edge of the bottlecap against the steel core, and the flat top of the bottlecap against the plastic body. Lever up, and the cap comes right off.