The MetMo (which cleverly stands for Metal in Motion) team is dedicated to designing practical engineering oddities with cutting-edge designs and premium materials. Their latest offering, a powerful and compact driver, is actually the humble screwdriver reinvented.
MetMo Driver Specifications:
- Maximum torque: 76Nm (672 in-lbs)
- Bit Size: 1/4 (6.3mm) Hex drive bits
- Finish: heat-treated stainless steel, hard-anodized
- Size: 165 (6.5″)mm x 30mm(1.18″) x 43mm(1.70″)
- Weight: 320g
An Innovative Take On The Classic
This driver is a recreation of one of the first designs of ratchet screwdrivers, the Weltrekord, an iconic tool from the 1950s created by Conrad Baumann. The Weltrekord ratchet drive is now a legendary tool known for its quality and reliability and is an auction piece.
The MetMo Driver is engineered to be a versatile and useful multi-tool to meet the needs of modern times: both a fidget toy and a handy tool. Thanks to the sturdy full metal construction, it is more efficient than standard screwdrivers, as they are usually made with plastics. It features durable and strong materials like hard-anodized aluminum and hardened martensitic stainless steel, so you know it is made to last for generations.
With this piece, each component interlocks perfectly, which is a fascinating sight. Even though pocket-sized, it’s able to handle quite a lot of tasks, as it can deliver up to 76Nm of torque. It works with all standard removable Hex drive bits and can also be used as a fully manual driver.
Coming with some pretty neat early bird specials starting at $129, we feel this tiny but mighty tool is definitely worth a look.
Learn more at Kickstarter.com.