1. Cannot afford a cordless or corded drill, but still need to drill holes and build things.
2. Need to drill quietly because of roommates, sleeping spouse, etc.
3. Necessary to have lightweight, portable drilling capability.
4. Need to hold the wood while you use a hand drill. Traditional hand-cranked drills require 2 hands to use.
5. No access to electricity, ie: an emergency situation or out in the field, but still need to drill
6. Environmentally conscious; uses no electricity
Step 1: Parts From Home Depot
2. Ryobi SpeedLoad Plus 1/8 in. Titanium Drill Bit, SKU # 773939, $3.00
3. Duct tape, SKU # 915147, $4.00
Step 2: Prep the Screwdriver
2. Take out the double-headed #1 Phillips-3/16 inch bit
3. Put the metal shaft back into the body, with the #2 Phillips-1/4 inch bit inside the handle