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Toydriver

Toydriver
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Right Size & Speed

Lauren Levy created this mini power screwdriver to make changing batteries on toys easier. But this pint-sized driver has many uses, like small appliances, luggage, or electronics.

Lauren’s inspiration struck when she got fed up with constantly changing (or trying to change) batteries in her kids’ toys. A regular power tool is too large and fast, and it can strip the screw—if it can even reach it. And an old-school screwdriver is often too tedious to bother with. She designed Toydriver to be just the right size and speed to work specifically on small, recessed screws.

It comes with both a Phillips and slotted bit that are magnetized for a secure fit. They’re longer than usual to reach the tight spots that mini screws are typically in, and the bits store in the base when you’re done.

This pint-sized tool makes loosening and tightening screws as easy as it should be.

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Discovered 3/2/2016

Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Maker Story

Right Size & Speed

Lauren Levy created this mini power screwdriver to make changing batteries on toys easier. But this pint-sized driver has many uses, like small appliances, luggage, or electronics.

Lauren’s inspiration struck when she got fed up with constantly changing (or trying to change) batteries in her kids’ toys. A regular power tool is too large and fast, and it can strip the screw—if it can even reach it. And an old-school screwdriver is often too tedious to bother with. She designed Toydriver to be just the right size and speed to work specifically on small, recessed screws.

It comes with both a Phillips and slotted bit that are magnetized for a secure fit. They’re longer than usual to reach the tight spots that mini screws are typically in, and the bits store in the base when you’re done.

This pint-sized tool makes loosening and tightening screws as easy as it should be.