If you’ve ever done any moderately extensive work on your house, you probably know the value of good power tools. They’re excellent for saving time and can save you a fair amount of frustration, as well. A drill, for instance, can make short work of any hole-boring or screw-driving endeavor that would otherwise take much more effort and energy. And, while they are tremendously helpful tools, they do have their drawbacks. When it comes time to change out a twist bit for a driver attachment and back again, the swapping can get quite tedious and put a damper on an otherwise quick job. That is, unless you have the Worx Switchdriver.
This cordless 20-volt power drill, which comes with two MaxLithium rechargeable batteries, functions much in the same manner as its high-end counterparts – with variable 2-speed gearing, 1/4″ quick-change bit chucks, and electronic torque control – except for one very distinct and handy feature: dual chucks situated on a rotating platform. With just the push of a button and a twist, you can switch between two different bits, eliminating the need to slow down in the middle of a job. That means you can get the work done twice as fast and with half the hassle. And you can have one of your own for just $90. [Purchase]