TL;DR: Get 20 screwdriver heads in one with the Spinner Drive Ergonomic Screwdriver for $64.99, a 12% savings as of Aug. 23.
There’s no single screwdriver that can do everything, right? That’s why most toolboxes are jam-packed with a variety of them in different sizes and shapes for different uses — from fixing a watch to assembling an engine. But what if we told you there’s a reinvented screwdriver that can replace 20 of those basic ones in your toolbox, saving you space, time, and sanity? Meet the Spinner Drive, a Kickstarter-funded universal screwdriver that can handle practically any job.
Created by Mininch, a Taiwanese industrial design company, the Spinner Drive consists of a pen-shaped aluminum drive unit, an aluminum torque wheel, and an assortment of 20 universal bits kept in a cylinder-like storage unit. The bits replace the hassle of switching to your typical precision screwdrivers, standard screwdrivers, and T-handle screwdrivers one at a time.
Since some projects require fine precision for delicate work, while others need as much power as possible to tighten something up, the Spinner Drive gives you a variety of options. If you hold the body in a traditional way, the Spinner Drive works as any other standard screwdriver. With a ball bearing in the handle, you get a smooth swivel action and fast twist rotation, allowing you to tighten up small screws with your finger strength alone. Need extra strength to fight with a tight screw? Attach the spinner wheel to it and instantly add extra torque. The more you turn, the faster the Spinner Drive spins.
As if that’s not enough, it also features slip-resistant grooves for better handling and a built-in magnet for crisp snap-in action when inserting or replacing the 20 universal bit attachments. Plus, it might just be the most beautifully-designed screwdriver we’ve ever seen.
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Regularly $74, you can grab the Spinner Drive Screwdriver for only $64.99 for a limited time.