Prince is a notorious, Lars Ulrich-level hard-ass when it comes to the copyright protection of his work and has been especially outspoken in his distaste for YouTube. But it would appear that the seminal rocker has had a change of heart if this newly "leaked" single is any evidence.
Stanley Works has been making hand tools in New Britain, Connecticut, since the middle of the 19th century. Some time in the 20th, the company came up with this terrible screwdriver. It has a handle with rigid, jagged plastic edges that gouge your palms at every inch-pound of torque. Yet the handle is somehow always…
So you're living in a trendy studio apartment and you keep your sweaters under the sink and your bed rolls up into your oven. But what about your tools? You could just leave them on your coffee table, disguised as a Christmas cookie.
I had about a dozen multi-tool pens in grade school. I had pens that fired lasers and told time and wrote in invisible ink, but for the life of me, I can't remember using any to actually write something.
This concept, Soft Screwdriver by Arthur Xin, cleverly houses screwdrivers of different varieties in a sweet looking pouch. Like bullets, almost. What's clever about the design is that when you roll the pouch together, you create the handle for your screwdriver.
Earlier there was worry that Apple's freaky "pentalobe security screws" would prevent us from opening up our iPhones. Turns out that we're only $2.35 (plus shipping!) away from tampering with our gadgets again thanks to a wholesaler.
While we probably won't travel through time anytime soon, we might just be able to have sonic screwdrivers just like Doctor Who sometime in the near future thanks to some very determined researchers and the magic of ultrasonic sound waves.
Let's face it—you're probably up to no good with this keychain tool, which conveniently disguises itself as a key. At about a third of the price of a Swiss Army knife, it has eight handy tools.
A lot of people use the shitty travel toothbrush that snaps together—the one they used in camp 25 years ago. It doesn't get much fanfare, but people should get a good electric toothbrush.
Although not as long or stabby as real screwdrivers, these pocket coin screwdrivers go many places where real ones cannot (when's the last time you stuck a flat-head into your pants without getting a dirty look from your wife?). However, with these coin screwers, you can both screw in and out on the go with nothing…
If you're like us, you might use a cordless screwdriver once a year, long enough for its charge to trickle away. But get this: The Coleman FlashCell Cordless Screwdriver will be ready for you in a jiffy, charging in 90 seconds or less. That's because it's not charging batteries, it's charging a large capacitor,…
Screwdrivers with multiple changeable heads are nothing new, but this Multi Screwdriver tops all those by expanding out like an octopus. This makes it both easy to see which tip you want and easy to poke your eye out eight different ways.