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Worx SD Driver Review Video

"I know what you are thinking? Does he have the Phillips #2 Driver? Or the flat head driver in the barrel of the gun?"

"Well to be honest with you, in all the excitement, I pretty much forgot myself!"

"But with this being the Worx Semi-Automatic SD Driver, the most powerful motorized screw driver in the world, that it can snap your screw heads clean-off, you've got to ask yourself one question, do I feel lucky?"

Hi, I'm Tim Carter and in all seriousness, this is the Worx SD Driver and it is a semi-automatic. It is really a cool tool. It works like a semi-automatic gun. You slide back the barrel of the driver and it inserts a different screw bit. It is very clever.

The motorized drive features forward and reverse. It is just a nice small motorized screw driver that is shaped similar to a pistol. Thus the fun with the opening of the video.


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6 Responses to Worx SD Driver Review Video

  1. Tim, I bought one of these late yesterday after seeing the display in our local Lowe's. I will be using it tomorrow doing a house electrical trimout. Since I need flat blade, Phillips and small square drive bits throughout the day, I had epoxied a magnet to my Black & Decker electric screwdriver to hold those not in use. Previously I had done the same thing on my DeWalt drill-driver, to temporarily hold screws as well as drill bits and drive bits. That approach works, but occasionally bits will fall off the magnets and get lost. I was delighted to see this Worx product. It does have a lithium ion battery, so life should be very good and it will hold its charge for weeks rather than days. And it has a 3-year warranty.

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