Proof That Even A Screwdriver Becomes Obsolete

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… » 5/06/12 2:00pm 5/06/12 2:00pm

Micro-Max is 19 Tools in the Palm of Your Hand

Like a useful little Autobot, the Micro-Max tool transforms into not just two or three, but nineteen different doohickeys for you to use. Included within its moving parts are six types of screwdrivers, two hex wrenches, a bottle opener, pliers, a file, and wire tools. If you're a DIY enthusiast, or just like really… » 10/08/08 11:30pm 10/08/08 11:30pm

Pocket Coin Screwdrivers Pass FAA Screening

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… » 11/05/07 8:55pm 11/05/07 8:55pm

Coleman FlashCell Cordless Screwdriver Charges in 90 Seconds

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,… » 10/01/07 2:04pm 10/01/07 2:04pm