Power Tools - Gyro Driver™ screwdriver - BLACK+DECKER™ Gyro Driver™ screwdriver
World's first motion activated screwdriver

THAT CONTROLS VARIABLE SPEED AND DIRECTION, SO DRIVING SCREWS IS NOW EASIER THAN EVER BEFORE!

Gyro Driver™ Gyroscopic Motion Sensing Screwdriver reviews collected by Reevoo

Ease of use
9.3
Features
8.8
Performance
9.1
Design and ergonomics
9.3
Reliability
9.3
Run-time
8.8
Value for money
8.8
Overall rating
9.3
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 12 reviews
8 out of 10

David

Paddock Wood GB
+
design, small, gets into small places, ergonomics are great.
Takes a while to get used to the techique.
Confirmed purchase: 09 July 2014
10 out of 10

Clive

Maidenhead GB
+
Within its operational range, the Black & Decker BDCS361 allows us the very same set of functions that we might expect from a robotic arm requiring only the minimum of physical effort.
The tool is light weight, it fits the hand and leaves the other hand free, it has inter-changeable accessories, a clockwise or anti-clockwise rotation of the wrist determines the direction of drive, it illuminates the immediate working area, it is capable of functioning in quite small spaces; if your hand can reach the work site, so can the tool This is particularly useful when dealing with electrical jobs in confined spaces and screw-fixing flat packed furniture.
Although it is an ideal tool for dealing with delicate and moderately small scale jobs, its torque is remarkable for its size.
The tool should be allowed to do its work without forcing it or causing its motorised note to drop.
It is worth keeping the tool in its transparent vacuum formed container with or without the box as it protects the motor and possible loss of the tool bits.
A remarkable little tool, well designed and efficient.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 18 June 2014
8 out of 10

Paul

Bristol GB
+
Comfortable to hold and use, light. Once familiar with feel easy to operate.
Variable torque would be a plus point. Tool holder is non-locking
Confirmed purchase: 01 January 2014

There’s more to power tools than DIY so why not have a little fun driving screws. If you’re not already convinced after reading what our customer’s say about the Gyro Driver™ cordless screwdriver, check out the [awards] we’ve won, watch the video or find out more about the various Gyro Driver™ models that are available:

BDCS36G

The original Gyro Driver™ cordless screwdriver gave DIYers a new twist on screw driving when it first launched in 2012.

BDCS361

This newer model provides longer run-time and more torque than the original Gyro Driver™ - it’s the ultimate DIY cordless screwdriver.

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Gyro Driver™ Gyroscopic Motion Sensing Screwdriver reviews collected by Reevoo

Ease of use
9.3
Features
8.8
Performance
9.1
Design and ergonomics
9.3
Reliability
9.3
Run-time
8.8
Value for money
8.8
Overall rating
9.3
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 12 reviews
8 out of 10

David

Paddock Wood GB
+
design, small, gets into small places, ergonomics are great.
Takes a while to get used to the techique.
Confirmed purchase: 09 July 2014
10 out of 10

Clive

Maidenhead GB
+
Within its operational range, the Black & Decker BDCS361 allows us the very same set of functions that we might expect from a robotic arm requiring only the minimum of physical effort.
The tool is light weight, it fits the hand and leaves the other hand free, it has inter-changeable accessories, a clockwise or anti-clockwise rotation of the wrist determines the direction of drive, it illuminates the immediate working area, it is capable of functioning in quite small spaces; if your hand can reach the work site, so can the tool This is particularly useful when dealing with electrical jobs in confined spaces and screw-fixing flat packed furniture.
Although it is an ideal tool for dealing with delicate and moderately small scale jobs, its torque is remarkable for its size.
The tool should be allowed to do its work without forcing it or causing its motorised note to drop.
It is worth keeping the tool in its transparent vacuum formed container with or without the box as it protects the motor and possible loss of the tool bits.
A remarkable little tool, well designed and efficient.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 18 June 2014
8 out of 10

Paul

Bristol GB
+
Comfortable to hold and use, light. Once familiar with feel easy to operate.
Variable torque would be a plus point. Tool holder is non-locking
Confirmed purchase: 01 January 2014