A couple of months ago, I got a PlayStation 4. I was really excited about it, and I couldn’t wait to start playing The Last of Us and all the other fun things all my friends had told me about. It took me about a month before my console’s hard drive was full. I learned how to install a hard drive inside the console, but the tiny screws really intimidated me—I didn’t want to ruin my console! So I just uninstalled games as I went, freeing up disk space, but my girlfriend told me about the Magnet Driver Space Rocket so I might just be using that to finally give my console the disk space it deserves.
The Magnet Driver Space Rocket is a tool that you can use on even the smallest project, from fixing cameras to glasses to PlayStation 4 consoles. Named to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, you’ll find bits of trivia on all the different pieces of the tool kit. It was designed with precision in mind, so it minimizes the risk of breaking something delicate. Plus, because it’s magnetic, screws stick to the grip, and you won’t have to scramble to find tiny screws all over the place. The magnetic grip also means you only need one hand to use the Space Rocket, which is great!
What I was worried about most with this tool was whether or not I could use other screwdriver bits with it, because I didn’t want to buy a tool that was so limited in what I could do with it. Luckily, Magnet Driver thought of that, and the Space Rocket is compatible with standard bits as well as the 20 Magnet Driver bits on the market. It’s also very lightweight and made of 6061 aluminium so it’s going to last a very long time once you have it. They’ve also designed it so that it can extend to four different heights, 2 of which allow for extremely close and direct applications.
Read more about Magnet Driver’s Space Rocket by visiting their Kickstarter here. It’s already been funded three times over, but there are still plenty of perks left if you decide you’d like to pick one up. I think it’s an invaluable tool to have, because with the number of gadgets we use on a daily basis, having a tool that allows you to tweak them without crushing all their delicate material is crucial.