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User screws molding in place
User screws molding in place

User holds power screwdriver in his hand
User holds power screwdriver in his hand

User with power screwdriver
User with power screwdriver

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Power screwdriver

Suitable for persons with impaired hand function

Description
Lightweight compact cordless screwdriver.

Authors comments
The user is a carpenter. The power screwdriver is an important tool for him and he uses much more than he did before the injury. Today he even uses screws in situations where he used to use nails.

Power screwdrivers are available in many different models. The user chooses his tools with great care. They can't be too heavy and the handle has to be properly designed.

Purchased from
Building supply center

Paid for by
The user

Tip is dated from 2008

Categories for this tip
caring for household objects » maintaining and repairing household objects, work, employment, occupation » carpenter work, Tips and tricks from people with Tetraplegia with motor function allowing ambulation (C2-Th1, ASIA D, E).

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