Screwpop 6-in-1 multi tool

Maintenance & Performance | Tools | November 28, 2011

The Screwpop 6-in-1 multi tool is ideal for emergency projects right from the palm of your hand, the company says. As a screwdriver, it leverages torque delivered through a reversible snap-in Flathead and Phillips screw-bit. The design also functions as a quarter-inch nut driver for tightening loose bolts, works as a mini pry-bar, can break open corrugated boxes and functions as a bottle opener.

Screwpop Tool

www.screwpoptool.com

(816) 600-2855

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