Have you ever been in a situation where you desperately needed a screwdriver right away? Now you can have one at-the-ready all the time — enter the Adafruit Pocket Screwdriver!
OK, it’s a little tough to write exciting copy for a pocket screwdriver, but really this one is truly great for Adafruit customers. The Phillips head fits the 3.5mm terminal blocks we have on many of our kits, and the slot is great for the common nylon screws we include with a lot of enclosures.
With a slotted head on one end and a Phillips head on the other, this nifty little tool can clip right onto your shirt or pant pocket for nonstop screwdriver accessibility. Comes in Adafruit Black so it matches all your outfits – impress your maker friends with your fashionable preparedness!
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