Robertson Drive Bit: #2, 6 inches
Although the terms "square drive" and "Robertson drive" are often treated as the same, there is a big difference - Robertson drives and Robertson screws have a slight taper to the square recess and a square drive and screw does not.
Robertson drives were invented by Canadian Peter Robertson around 1906 and are very popular and common in Canada, but not so much elsewhere.
The advantage of using a Robertson drive with a Robertson screw is that the screw will "cling" to the driver, allowing one handed driving and virtually eliminating slippage common with drives such as Phillips drives.
These #2 Robertson drive bits fit our Rob Cosman screws with their duo Quadrex heads perfectly. While a #2 square drive will also work, it doesn't fit the screw head perfectly like a Robertson and will not give you the "cling" feature.
We highly recommend you use Robertson Drives with our Rob Cosman screws.
Smarter not harder
Great screws and drivers- I wish I had discovered these years ago. I have lost count of the number of times I have dropped a screw from my drill driver or even the screwdriver, up on a ladder or at my bench. These screws eliminate that problem. See Robs Demo with the screws on YouTube. I tried it myself because I really didn’t believe they would stay on the driver that well. I will only be using these types of screwdriver from now on. James Dietrich.
Robertson drive bit #2
They fit well and don't wear out. My favorite fasteners are Robertson.
Square drive bits
Have been them a good bit (no pun intended) they work great.
Rob Cosman's Wood Screws
Just what I was looking for and can't find where I live. Thank and I will be ordering more as need