The S1 has a durable stainless steel body and the S2 offers 18 different magnetic attachments made of alloy steel.

These bits are stored in six slots on the sides of the screwdriver, making it easier to choose the right bit. If more power is needed, the force can be increased by pulling the steel arm from behind and leaning to the side. It is positioned at a 90-degree angle to the rest of the screwdriver, allowing three times the rotational force.

Additionally, the S1 socket holds one bit and can hold up to three bits magnetically in a ring around the socket, allowing easy access and reducing the risk of losing bits while working.

The compact S1 Boost has a length of 111.5 mm, a width of 26.5 mm and a weight of approximately 168 grams. It’s available on Kickstarter for $27 and has a planned retail price of $49 at launch.

Source: Ferra

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