Introduction: the Belt Screwdriver

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If you are a MacGyver type of person, you will need this belt.

You never know when you might need a screwdriver.

In this Instructable, I demonstrate a way to add a screwdriver to your belt.

As long as you are wearing your belt, you'll always have a screwdriver with you.

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Step 1: Remove the Prong From Your Belt

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Step 2: Bend the Screwdriver in the Shape of a Prong

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I used one of those voltage testing screwdrivers.

I find them very handy as they also fit some Philips screws.

I broke off the handle and bent the screwdriver to make a prong.

Step 3: Cut Off the Excess

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Step 4: Finish It!

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The screwdriver was too shiny for my belt, so I heated it up with a blowtorch to remove the shine.

Now it looked almost the same as the buckle.

Next time you need a screwdriver, just take it out from your belt.

If you need a better grip, you can leave it in the belt and use the buckle as the handle.


tecton47 (author)2016-01-22

Great idea!

Darcy123 (author)2015-11-18

I could see my brother using that!! :) I have to admit, there have been MANY times when I desparately needed a screwdriver and didn't have one. The only problem is I don't wear belts either... but I liked the inovation!!

mattcintosh (author)Darcy1232015-12-12

I bought a set that attaches to my keyring with a flat & phillips. I find it comes in handy

Supersonic415 (author)2015-12-02

Like the idea but I already carry a precision screwdriver with interchangeable tips with me every where

camscam (author)2015-11-24

interesting, but why don't you just take a grinder to the tab that's already on there to give it a taper?

ShakeTheFuture (author)camscam2015-11-25

The metal was too soft. I guess it could work for some belts.

thundrepance (author)2015-11-17


buzzard1 (author)2015-11-17

Yeah... me too!

wlgoode (author)2015-11-17

I'd pull out my Leatherman.

wobbler (author)2015-11-17

When I tried to use it to fix a light switch in church, my pants fell down. The vicar wasn't impressed. I don't think many of the funeral congregation were either.

JulianAzz (author)2015-11-17

Useful, these little things can just make a big difference!!

JackC21 (author)2015-11-15

Now we need a suspender wrench.

DanT2 (author)JackC212015-11-17

Blowtorch underwear? Just do not take this to the airport with you.

cholmes6 (author)DanT22015-11-17

Just don't wear that one after eating beans.

AtiratanaK (author)2015-11-17


DarrenO2 (author)2015-11-14

As always, another great idea!!!!!

Michelle Irish (author)2015-11-14

Great idea!

Yonatan24 (author)2015-11-14

That's a good idea, "The Hidden Screwdriver Belt" :)

ShakeTheFuture (author)Yonatan242015-11-14

Thank You!

mkramer4 (author)2015-11-12

Great idea. I am wondering if the factory belt clip is strong enough itself. Just grind the shape or file it to the flat head?

ShakeTheFuture (author)mkramer42015-11-13

Depends on the belt. Mine was not strong enough.


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