Worx Semi-Automatic Screw Driver

Cordless drills are great for around-the-house chores, but they can be overkill for a lot of tasks — and keeping track of all their bits can be a pain, besides. Enter the Worx Semi-Automatic Screw Driver. This crazy/handy tool comes with two rapid reload cartridges that hold six bits a piece and uses a slide action system to change the bit selection, letting you go from drilling a pilot hole to Philips to flat head in no time flat — and no bits lost.

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    Just because a tool is meant for work doesn't mean it has to be ugly. That's the idea behind the new line of Hardcore Hatchets ($45). Each handcrafted-in-the-USA axe has an 18-inch American Hickory handle that's painted or stained, giving each a unique look, while a sturdy 19 oz. head chops through firewood, small trees, and limbs with ease.

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    Most modular tool systems we've seen simply let you use the same battery packs for lots of different tools, virtually ensuring that you'll have one ready to go when a chore calls. The Black & Decker Modular Matrix System ($30-$70) instead lets you choose from one of three base units that connect to a variety of attachments, including a drill, impact driver, oscillating multi-tool, jigsaw, sander, router, and trim saw. Thanks to lithium-ion batteries that hold a charge up to 18 months, you can rest assured you're powered up and ready with the right tool for the job. [via]

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