Not every home project calls for a drill, and sometimes you just can’t use one--like when assembling furniture, boring very small holes, and so on. In that case you might turn to a nice set of screwdrivers in a variety of sizes and hand grips. That would also be a nice gift. But hand tools don’t solve the problem of repetitive rotation. This does!
This is not a drill--it’s a screwdriver that can sense your motion and spin its bit for you. It’s the first tool that brings hand gestures, so familiar for users of iPads and Kinects and so on, to the DIY world.
You don’t have to spin a hand grip, and you don’t have to press down a trigger, either--the
drill automatic screwdriver has a gyroscope and a microprocessor that translate the speed and direction you wish your screwhead to rotate. $40, Black and Decker