Sometimes a power drill is too much torque for a job or a job is too small to warrant tracking down the charger and stuff. Worse, the screw is hiding behind the lip of a cabinet—as in the case of my VHF radio cabinet on my boat. Enter my new Swift Driver. It has a flexible shaft that gives just the right angle on the tucked-away screw head. It comes with several bits and sockets but here's the cool part. The driver is ratcheted and so when set to drive, keep the bit in the screw head, hold the collar with one hand and twist the handle with the other. The ratchet action means the screw is twisted with both right and left hand turning motion, speeding the process and reducing the "slipped the bit off the head" annoyance of a fixed bit driver. You can find the Swift Driver at truevalue.com.