I love this little Black+Decker Cordless Screwdriver!

Here at ThatHelpfuldad.com, my readers know I try to share practical solutions to real life problems. Today’s tip is along those lines – if you often find yourself wanting an easy to use, low-cost cordless screwdriver then I’d recommend you get the Black+Decker 4V Max Roto-Bit Electric Screwdriver.

Why do I recommend this RotoBit? Because it’s easy to use, charges quickly, holds a charge long, and is super cheap. That’s a ‘quad-fecta’ anyone would like, right?

Here’s a quick vid so you can see the little Roto-Bit in action…

Black+Decker Roto-Bit 4V Max Screwdriver
See the RotoBit on Amazon

What about that Weird Handle?

I wasn’t sure if I’d like the ‘gun handle’ format of the RotoBit but I gotta say that, after using it, I totally love it. This gun handle grip makes is comfortable to hold AND I can get a bit of extra power behind when I driving in a screw.

The RotoBit Screwdriver comes with 8 Bits that store INSIDE the handle

Roto-Bit Description

Here’s the official description from Black+Decker “The BLACK+DECKER 4V Roto-BIT Storage Screwdriver features 4V Lithium power that holds a charge up to 18 months. This screwdriver has a rotating bit cartridge that stores bits and provides easy accessibility – and also includes 8 bits for a wide variety of tasks. An on-board magnet holds extra screws, freeing up your hands for other tasks, and it has an LED light which illuminates your work surface. Backed by BLACK+DECKER’s 2 year warranty.”

Like I said above, it holds a charge for a loooooong time!

Will this Roto-Bit change your life?

Probably not. This isn’t deep, life-changing wisdom today and it sure ain’t rocket science, but hey, if you need an electric screwdriver that offers a good price to value, then you can’t go wrong with this one.

As I always say on this blog, I’m just an Average Joe like you, but when I find something that works I wanna share it with my friends. If you have a similar product you like better let me know in the comments. Thanks

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