The Thumbs Up Driver comes with both a large and small driver. The larger one is for big projects. The mini driver is sized just right for electronics, eyeglasses, watches. Joe the Handyman/News Anchor over at News Channel 11 tested it on various objects around the newsroom.Thumbs up to the Thumbs Up Driver
The large driver lends a hand on big projects, while the mini driver is sized just right for eyeglasses, watches, and electronics.
The [tags]thumb driver[/tags] bits are self contained and slide individually.
The set includes a large screwdriver with six bits and also a precision mini screwdriver with six bits. Measurements: Large 7"L x 1-1/2"Diam; Mini 4"H x 1"Diam
- Its like carrying around six screwdrivers in one hand instead of having to dig around for 6 different sizes.
- The bits are self contained and easily slide into place with just your thumb.
- The one handed bit changes make it very easy to change the screwdriver heads without digging through a tool bag.
- Auto locking feature prevents the bit from dislodging or retracting back into the screwdriver.
- Works for all household appliances and electronics
- Easy bit selection since its got a sign of the bit on the cone to see which button to push with your thumb.
- Joe noticed that its sometimes hard to get down into some smaller areas since this screwdriver is a little thick in size.
- Also if you hold the tip at a wrong angle it sometimes hesitates to go up, but its easy to remedy.
Thumbs Up Driver gets two big thumbs up. Wow nice to see a good quality in an infomercial product for a change. You can pick one up at Walgreens for $10. Well worth it! Here's one that's not worth buying. Guess they never made the "Pro" version any better...it's called the Package Shark Pro.