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Allow me to tell you why you don’t need the Kinetic Driver.
It has a brass cylinder with a low CG. It creates a flywheel effect that feels like a superpower. But you don’t need that.
The total weight of the Kinetic Driver is enough to produce the right pressure on the screw. So you don’t have to. But you don’t need that.
It has a ceramic bearing in the head. It feels like it’s just levitating between your fingers. You don’t need that.
The knurling pattern is carefully selected to feel that satisfactory grip on it. That means great
control. But you don’t need that.
The case neatly holds the Kinetic Driver and its bits. But it’s also a smart platform to organise the
small parts you’re working with. But you don’t need that.
The Kinetic Driver is thinner where it should be. It accommodates the fingers that are not part of
the action. Feels like the whole hand is resting. You don’t need that!
You just can’t stop playing with this thing. Go back to work!!! You definitely don’t need that!
The passivation finishing process is a chemical treatment that leads to a protective oxide layer
that makes it virtually immune to corrosion. But you just don’t need that.
You don’t need all that, you simply don’t need the Kinetic Driver.
But if you want a tool that eliminates the gap between your hands and your next creation. A
tool that feels like an extension of your skin. Well... In that case...
My Name is Giacomo Di Muro and I live in Italy. In my YouTube channel ("Giaco Whatever") I make
all kind of things, sometimes crazy things, sometimes the best products we’d like to use. The last
one was the Maker Knife. In the making of the Maker Knife I’ve screwed and unscrewed it a
million times and found out that I was not happy with the screwdrivers I had. My favorite one
was possibly the bulkiest, heaviest, and ugliest one, but I liked it for its weight. There, the idea for
the flywheel effect was born, and by adding the sexiest look we could we created the Kinetic