Worx WX254L SD Semi-Automatic Power Screw Driver

Worx nailed it with this new pistol-esque electric screw driver that features a rackable slide. I was sure it was a hoax when I read about it on Kit Up!, but it is real and will go on sale later this year.

The Lithium powered screwdriver stores its driver bits in a 6 chamber cylinder which rotates when the slide is racked. The slide includes faux picatinny rail and ejection port.

Amazon has the screwdriver available for pre-order for $50. They will be shipping on December 5.

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  • Reverend Clint

    That would actually be fairly useful in my line of work

  • bbmg

    Do want!

  • D

    I try to avoid using electric tools, but that thing looks awesome.

  • Ian

    I don’t see any faux picatinny rail. What I do see are cocking serrations on the top of the slide, like actual pistols *should* have.

  • As a tool user, those bits are too damned short.
    Most standard bits that are contractor grade are nearly two inchs long, due to getting the tip into a tight crack where the screw head is, and not on the surface.
    Eh, it looks like a fun gadget.

    • Matt

      True, the bits I use most on my DeWalt driver are 4″ long.

  • gunslinger

    so, when you rack, do you get a new drill bit? or do you still have to manually change them and the racking just rotates the cylinder to present a new bit? if it actually changed bit’s that’s cool. if i have to rack 4 times to get the bit i need…not so much.

  • HK93

    Great… another reason cops will shoot someone working on his house with one of these . “It looked like a gun.. We had to shoot before approaching to confirm it”

  • Bryan S.

    If i could get the right bits for it (JIS anyone?) it might be game… but it wont handle longer bits, so no go.

    Perhaps they need a carbine version for longer bits, with screws held in a magazine?

  • Fred

    Better get one before apple or glock sues them!

  • Netforce

    The slide sort of have a picatinny rail on top of it.