Magnet Driver DDN is the only DIY tool you will ever need

For many DIY tasks, you would normally need to make use of multiple tools. But with 41 different functions, this innovative set can replace your entire toolbox.

  • What does DIY stand for? Do It Yourself :)
  • Which basic DIY tools should I get? Get yourself a drill, a driver set, an adjustable wrench, and a couple of hammers (one big, one small).
  • What is the best multi-purpose DIY tool? It would be hard to look past Magnet Driver DDN. This remarkable kit lets you drill, drive and nail your way through any DIY task.

Even for a DIY novice, it’s easy to spend a small fortune at the hardware store. You might only need this one driver today, but what about tomorrow? Better pick up the 57-piece set, just in case. What about painting the ceiling? Maybe you should get that $50 extendible brush. The promo video looked great, after all.

Magnet Drive DDN might be the product that finally ends your toolbox overspill. This multi-purpose kit lets you handle any DIY task like a pro — and it’s small enough to fit in your backpack.

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Maximum versatility

What does DDN stand for?

It stands for drill, drive and nail — the three most common actions in DIY. The Magnet Driver DDN covers all three bases, meaning you can complete repairs and upgrades with the minimum of hassle.

Supplied in a hard case, the kit includes a magnetic driver handle along with a good selection of stainless steel drill bits and driver heads. You can use the drill bits with most power drills, and they carve through various materials. Meanwhile, the driver heads are designed to be used with the supplied handle.

The kit also contains some neat screw holders. These small silicone accessories allow you to drive in screws with one hand — useful when you’re working on a ladder. In addition, the nail holder attachment lets you hammer away without endangering your fingers.

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Screw holder

If that wasn’t enough, you also get a useful wristband that provides quick access to all the various attachments. It even has a magnetic strip for keeping hold of screws and nails.

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Magnet Band

Top quality DIY tool

The Magnet Driver DDN is certainly versatile. But what’s more impressive is the build quality of this multi-tool.

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Strong steel

All the bits are made from steel, and the supplied bit holder uses strong neodymium magnets for a secure grip. All the components fit together perfectly, with none of the rough edges that you often get with budget sets. Even the case is pretty robust. It’s made from plastic, but the shell is rock hard.

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Great build quality

Of course, the test will come when backers start working with the Magnet Driver. But at a glance, it looks like a great little invention.

“[Magnet Driver DDN] is a wide range of new hand and power tool accessories with a clever storage system. The set is focused on the most common DIY tasks in which you need to Drill, Drive and/or Nail. These accessories are compatible with themselves and they also upgrade your own tools.” — Micaton USA on IndieGoGo

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So many bits!

Impressive traits

For folks who love DIY — and people who don’t — we can’t think of a more useful tool set. Furthermore, it’s built to last for years and years.

Future upgrades

Assuming the launch goes well, we would love to see the addition of some extra driver bits.


– Pre-order now: via IndieGoGo

– Pledge: $84 USD

– Delivery: July 2018

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.


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