Construction materials aren't standardized, which forces handy people to keep dozens of different tools for conducting essentially the same tasks, but the Wiha Ultra Driver reduces the amount of hardware that one needs in their toolbox. That's because the driver, which is the recipient of a 2017 Red Dot Award for design, is a 26-in-1 screwdriver — in other words, there are 26 different drill bits stored within its comfortable handle.
Anyone who's used a multi-bit driver before won't be particularly impressed by the Wiha Ultra Driver's description; there are hundreds of tools on the market that store multiple bits in the handle. What separates the tool is its ease of use. The bits emerge from the handle with the press of a button rather than by unscrewing the top, and pulling the handle out causes the bits to expand outward, making them easier to grab and exchange while working.