Screwdriver MINI: Key-Size Bit

Screwdriver MINI: Key-Size Bit

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It’s called the Screwdriver MINI, and at 0.7 ounces (and smaller than most keys) the product fits that name.


The tool slips onto a keychain or carabiner and provides a driver head and a bottle opener — that’s it.

It’s made of a zinc alloy. The size is 5/16″ x 1 1/8″ x 2 3/8″, which is about the size of a small key.

The company, based in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, sells the Screwdriver MINI as a “simple, functional, clip-able” design that is tiny but still allows for torque because of a flat grip.


The screwdriver shaft is magnetic and it fits standard 1″ single-tip bits, including phillips, flathead, and specialty bits.

The company is selling it on Kickstarter for cheap — $15 gets you two of these screwdrivers plus a free tiny utility knife as a bonus.


Shipping is planned for December, just in time for the holidays or as a great little stocking stuffer. Order one here.

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