This Drill Will Satisfy Trigger-Happy DIY-ers

This Drill Will Satisfy Trigger-Happy DIY-ers
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Have you ever played with a tape measure because you thought it looked like a lightsabre from Star Wars? Are you a fellow who points his screwdriver about like the Doctor? Have you ever wanted to feel like a tough mother while tightening screws around the house? If you answered yes to that last one, you might want to consider reading a little more about the WORX SD Driver: a drill that packs six bits in it like a revolver packs bullets.

WORX is calling it a “semi-automatic screwdriver”, because instead of having to fish inside your pocket for the next drill bit, you simply pull back the slide on top of the drill, rotate it to the type of bit you want and release the slide. It’s less like changing drill bits, and more like threatening a bad guy in a film.

It also comes with a gun-like holster so you can feel like a badass, even when you’re not using it.

If you’re the James Bond of DIY or the Clint Eastwood of cleaning up and think that a gun-like micro-drill is for you, you’ll need to pony up $69.99. It goes on sale on November 1.