I'm a big fan of Wera tools. They are a bit pricey, but worth every penny. My tool sets include:
Screwdriver set: https://www.amazon.com/WERA-Screwdriver-Piece-Set-Laser/dp/B0039ZIQZY
(Pluse a couple others that I bought from other sources)
Kraftform screwdriver: https://www.amazon.com/Wera-Kraftform-Kompakt-Ratcheting-Screwdriver/dp/B004VMWYCU/ref=sr_1_11?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1483477739&sr=1-11&keywords=Wera
Metric and SAE Hex Wrench sets - Link to Metric:https://www.amazon.com/Wera-L-Wrench-Long-Metric-05073593001/dp/B009ODV0OE/ref=pd_sim_328_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=ZE8F71RT288ZD331VE7Q
(Same as mine, except in 3/8 drive. I have both metric and SAE sockets.)
And I have a 1/4" screw bit set.
ALL of these are extremely high quality and ALWAYS my go-to for these types of hand tools. They are amazing, especially the hex wrenches and Zyklop. I've tortured the hex wrenches, but none have broken or bent. And the Zyklop features are unique.
VERY highly recommended. If one ever breaks, I'd immediately replace it with another Wera. NO exceptions.
P.s. The screwdriver and Zyklop handles allow much more torque than any standard handle. A few years ago, when a new glass shower door was being installed, I watched a fairly beefy guy crank down on the hinge screws. Then he said, "You'll have to tighten these in a year or so because they come loose." So I got my largest Wera Phillips screw drive and said, "Let me give it a try." After I cranked them down another 1/4 turn, I suggested that he might want to consider a Wera screwdriver. (Yes that was a bit arrogant, but I paid top dollar to get the shower door installed.)
FYI, I'm 5'5" and was 65 at that time. I'm moderately strong, but not THAT strong. Try out Wera handled tools. Your hands will thank you.
P.P.S. It's been at least 5 years since the doors were installed, but the screws are still tight.