The other day we posted about the Worx QBit, a new cordless screwdriver with interchangeable 6-slot bit cartridges. Apparently the QBit is a UK/EU-specific model. A similar tool will be marketed in the USA as the Worx SD Semi-Automatic Power Screwdriver.
The SD Semi-Automatic Driver Set Includes:
- 2 bit cartridges and 11 screwdriver bits
- Phillips #0, #1, #2
- Slotted #4
- Hex 3, 4, 5mm
- Square recess #1, #2
- Torx T10, T20
- Screw-starting drill bit (for pilot holes)
- 5-hour charger
As with the QBit driver, you slide back the top to rotate the bit cartridge for bit changes.
The US version has a darker and much more tacticool look that matches its pistol-suggestive Semi-Automatic product name.
The SD Semi-Automatic driver is priced at $37.
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Our Preview of Worx QBit Screwdriver
It is really good furture as the screwdriver, the price is acceptable. I would like to have one for me and for my son.
Readers should take note that it is strongly suspected that this comment was posted by someone affiliated with the Worx/Rockwell/Positec company at their Suzhou, China headquarters.
This is just begging for a coat of paint from a prop master to transform it into a gun of the future. It would make an excellent addition to my tool armory, alongside the wand of my pressure washer and my bullpup Irwin clamp guns.
Unfortunately, I think that’s what they were going for – to make the product look as weapon-like as possible. The name confirms it. When’s the last time anyone mentioned “semi-automatic” without referring to firearms?
Though Bosch, as far as I know, never said anything like it in their communication, I did read several reviews of the PS-20 as having the feel of a “9mm”.
Hey. People have been killing each other with fine ergonomic designs for years.
No laser sight?
i own one, got it for free.
i use it all the time. i really enjoy using mine. the battery lasted with a decent charge for just about 2 years before i had to plug it in.