'Screw Cancer' is a clever campaign designed to help raise money for several different non-profit cancer charities, and the sentiment behind the name is surely one that's shared by everyone. The campaign itself offers an unexpected product: a multi-bit screwdriver with the Screw Cancer logo etched on the handle.
Of course, the screwdriver is a pun on the Screw Cancer campaign name, but that shouldn't detract from its solid craftsmanship. The modified E1 Multi 8 screwdriver from Grappleworks comes with eight different bits (a Philips head #1 and #2, a Robertson #1 and #2, a 4 millimeter and 5 millimeter Allen, and a 4 millimeter and 5 millimeter flat head.) Three of those extra bits can be stored inside the handle when not in use.
40 percent of the revenue from the Screw Cancer screwdrivers goes to the consumer's choice of five different charitable organizations.
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