Starting a screw in an awkward place can vex even a veteran Toolmonger. If you can hold the screw with one hand and use a driver with the other, you’ve got a chance. Otherwise you’ve got a problem on your hands. Greenlee’s screw-holding drivers hold screws in place with a spring-loaded sleeve that makes for easy, one-handed driving.
The drivers come in an assortment of sizes including Phillips #0, #1, #2, and flat-head sizes 3/32″, 5/32″, 1/8″, 3/16″, and 1/4″. You push the sleeve forward with a thumb tab, and place a screw in the cage. Release the thumb tab, and the screw locks in tight, allowing you access to all those tight places.
The drivers feature a soft-grip handle, a corrosion- and chip-resistant black sulphate finish, and easy-to-read markings for easy size recognition. They range in price from about $6 to $15.