The bit-driver was introduced into the Swiss Army Knife lineup in 1999.
It provides a 4mm hex bit driver that accepts a variety of double-ended changeable bits. It is also designed for use as a 5mm hex-nut-driver, these nuts are used to secure D-type electronic connectors, often used for serial-ports or older monitor connectors. These connectors however, are falling out of use.
The driver is designed for use in the fully open position, as well as in the 90º, or 'half-stop' position, where it forms a right-angle with the knife handle.
The bit-driver is paired with a bit-carrier or bit-rack in the same layer. This is a plastic carrier that can hold three bits, one additional bit can be stored in the driver when the driver is closed.
The following bits are supplied with the regular Victorinox Cybertool models:
- Phillips #2 / Slotted 4mm - (A.7680.14 / 30543)
- Pozidrive #0 / #1 (A.7680.20 / 30546)
- Can also be used for Phillips #0 / #1
- Torx #10 / #15 (A.7680.35 / 30545)
- Torx #8 / Hex 4mm * - (A.7680.64 / 30544)
- Slotted 3x1mm / 4x1mm *
- Torx #6 / #8 (A.7680.34)
- Hex 1.2mm / 1.5mm (A.7680.60)
- Hex 2mm / 2.5mm (A.7680.62)
The special edition Beretta Cybertool 34 featured a unique set of bits for servicing a Beretta pistol. It contained the bits marked * above and these two additional custom bits:
- Hex 2 / 3 mm
- Slotted 4.5x0.4mm / 4.5x0.7mm
Replacement part numbers in brackets: Standard: A.7680.xx / US: 3054x