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August 30, 2012

Towson, Md.-based Black & Decker has introduced the GYRO 4V MAX Lithium-ion Rechargeable Screwdriver (BDCS40G).

The manufacturer describes the new product as “the world’s first motion-activated screwdriver.” It uses gyroscopic technology that allows users to rotate their wrist one-quarter turn to the right for forward or left for reverse.

The variable speed feature and direction change that occurs with a twist of the wrist provide improved control while screwdriving, the company said.

August 16, 2012

Black & Decker has introduced the GYRO 4V MAX Lithium-ion Rechargeable Screwdriver (BDCS40G), a motion-activated screwdriver that controls variable speed and direction. The variable speed feature and direction change that occurs with a twist of the wrist provide improved control.

With the screwdriver’s gyroscopic technology, users only need to rotate their wrist one-quarter turn to the right for forward or left for reverse. 

August 1, 2012

Grip-Rite PrimeGuard MAX

January 17, 2012

Flashlights, screwdrivers and heavy duty cleaning wipes are among the home improvement products on display in episode 4 of "New Product Showcase in Ken's New Jersey Garage."

 

January 6, 2012

For this month’s roundup, HCN took exit 10 off the Turnpike for a visit to Ken’s New Jersey Garage, the setting of the fastest new product show on the Internet. But take your time reviewing this month’s products in print.

October 13, 2011

Stanley introduced its new line of basic screwdrivers during a new product luncheon at the Westin Times Square in New York City. The new line of color-coded screwdrivers allows DIYers or pros to easily choose the right tool from their pouch or tool box.

August 31, 2011

Home Channel News editors have assembled here a collection of the innovative, the colorful and the resourceful. From self-sufficient plants and key-hiding rocks to paintbrush-replacing gloves and multi-bit screwdrivers, there is certainly something here for the gadget lover in all of us.

March 31, 2011

Southbridge, Mass.-based Hyde Tools introduced a point-of-purchase display for a product it calls "the ultimate junk drawer tool."

The 10-5/16 in. by 9-3/16 in. cut-case style merchandiser shows a full-size diagram of the 14-in-1 multi-tool's functions -- including the storage and use of four screwdriver bits in the handle.

December 1, 2010

If the 2010 holidays are anything like last year, grills, drills and hand tools are...

September 3, 2008

There have been three reports of fires and one report of a consumer suffering burns...