Replacing the bits on your cordless drill should be easy enough, but you're really lazy. And you always forget where you put that one bit after taking it off, forcing you to waste fifteen minutes searching every time you need it. Your handyman life sucks. Maybe you need the Worx Semi-Auto Screw Driver to make your handyman life just a little better.
Armed with a "rapid bit index," the cordless tool can be packed with six different bits at a time, so you can load it up with all the ones you need before starting a job. To change bits, simply use the slide-action control to turn the cartridge, which switches from one bit to another in a mere fraction of a second. That way, you can switch from a starter bit to a flat head to a Phillips without much fuss.
The Worx Semi-Automatic Screw Driver measures 10.85 x 2.25 x 6.5 inches, so you can easily keep it in your tool bucket, along with the rest of your handyman stash. It comes with a pair of interchangeable six-slot cartridges, which can hold the bits for quickly switching from one set to another, as well as 12 of the most common screw driving bits. A rechargeable battery with an 18-hour capacity sits onboard.
The drill is designed for one-handed operation, so you can use your spare hand to align screws or hold materials in place, as well as reversible rotation for loosening screws without hassle. You may need your other hand to cock the slide action mechanism, though (unless you can use your chin to move it).
Amazon has the Worx Semi-Automatic Screw Driver available now, priced at $49.99.