Screwdrivers are among the most used tools in the old household toolbox. But for all of their utility, the garden variety flathead or Phillips can come up short more often than you'd like. Some projects require finer precision for more delicate work, while others need as much power as your forearm can muster to tighten a screw into place.
Trying to angle a screw just so into a hard surface with just a small diameter screwdriver and the torque from a turn of your wrist is a recipe for frustration. Even after running through a litany of bits and screwdriver types, you might still have a tough time ahead.
Thankfully, Mininch took up that challenge and created the Spinner Drive Ergonomic Screwdriver, the tool Fast Company called "a reinvented screwdriver (that) is the tool to end all tools."
That might be hyperbole, but what isn't hyperbole is that the Spinner Drive is a one-stop tool solution that might have a lot of home handymen toting their other precision, standard and T-Handle screwdrivers to the garage permanently.
For small and detailed work, the Spinner Drive has a ball bearing in the handle, which offers a smooth swivel action and fast twist rotation so you can tighten a screw with just your finger strength.
But when you need to pull out the big guns, the Spinner Drive is more than ready. By attaching the spinner wheel, you actually increase the diameter of the handle, which allows you to generate more torque. It's almost like adding a fidget spinner to your screwdriver, pumping up the rotation speed so that the more you turn, the faster the Spinner Drive spins.
In addition to slip-resistant grooves to provide better handling, it also comes with a built-in magnet that allows a crisp snap-in action when inserting or replacing any of the 20-piece silver universal bit attachments.
Mininch calls the Spinner Drive the "one tool to rule them all" — and right now, you can save $10 off the price of this complete package, down to just $64.99.
Prices are subject to change.