Mininch Spinner Drive Screwdriver
Mininch Spinner Drive Screwdriver
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Product Description
There’s no need for a full tool kit with the Mininch Spinner Drive around. Comprising 10 bits with a sturdy stand and easy-to-grip bit driver, the Spinner Drive is great for quick jobs around the house, workshop, office, and on the go Read More

Oct 30, 2020
I mean, you could get a Wera set for near this price and for life. But yeah, it does not spin. It's about the spin, right?
Oct 29, 2020
I bought a few of these with the “tougher” bits during the Kickstarter campaign. I and the gift recipients of them really like this product. The wheel/disk is useful. It’s really for lighter work but I’ve used on some larger rusted bolts and generated enough torque with the wheel to snap the heads off. I have about an 80% hit rate for good products purchased via Kickstarter or Indiegogo. I consider this to have been an excellent purchase.
Oct 28, 2020
It's really bothering me that the disk was drawn from a different perspective than the shaft.
Oct 27, 2020
coming your junk drawer.
Oct 27, 2020
I got this from the kickstarter. Posting a review in here, since I didn't buy it from Drop. TLDR: Very handy, very useful, cheaper than competitive fancy screwdrivers like Scout Leather Co The screwdriver itself is very functional. Decent traction from the milling, but not strong enough traction to break loctite. The wheel attachment is actual surprisingly useful to apply the torque needed for that. I know it looks weird, but it's actually perfect placement to keep the rotating end in your palm and wrap your fingers around the wheel. Can confirm this is actually functional, not just a fidget toy. The included bits are fine, but I don't trust any bits beside Wiha for my fancy knives. I bought a set of standard Wiha bits to replace these and didn't look back. The stand is very convenient for holding those bits and easily swapping. This is not an EDC screwdriver, it's definitely a desktop standby. The wheel attachment fits under the base, and provides clearance to keep a bit in the screwdriver while standing. I'd highly recommend this screwdriver. I know there's the argument against spending $54 on a screwdriver when you can get one for $5-10 that does the same job. But if you're the type of person who'd rather spend more money for higher quality and reliability, I can confirm this will satisfy that need without breaking the bank like a titanium screwdriver would. I've been using this regularly for months, and I have no complaints.
Oct 27, 2020
The regular edition uses S2 tool steel, but the "Tough" edition uses an unnamed stainless steel which could be anything. Am I reading the right description here? Just adding a TiN coating won't make a soft steel super resistant to being twisted or sheared off.
Oct 27, 2020
Unless that wheel can be attached at the end opposite the bit-holder, I don't see the point. Halfway along the shaft, you won't be able to grip the wheel and apply as much torque with the other half of the shaft in the way. Also, that video was a total waste of time unless you're selling this as a fidget toy.
Oct 27, 2020
What are ergonomics?
Oct 27, 2020
What, in the name of God, is the point of this? Lol