I finally finished installing the Flow Wall in the arts & crafts studio. And I had some help from this little guy:
This is the Black & Decker GYRO, it’s a cordless screwdriver, but it has one amazing feature. It is smart enough to sense which direction you want to turn and will begin to move in that direction at the slightest tilt of your hand. (I wish I had a tool that could sense the direction my mind is going on this kitchen remodel, but that model might be more complicated than rocket science.) The GYRO has a lithium battery which allowed me to assemble all the Flow Wall cabinets and cubes and I didn’t have to stop to recharge. Plus, it is supposed to hold a charge for up to 18 months while in storage! At $39.95, you might think that this little guy is priced a tad high. I thought the same thing until I took it for a spin (hee, hee pun intended.)
I shot a quick little video, because frankly I think this video will illustrate why I think it’s such a cool tool:
Cool tool huh? Another nice thing about the GYRO is that it is small enough to fit into tight spaces. This will be my “go to” tool when I have to install all the drawer pulls and cabinet door handles when our kitchen is done!
The GYRO is a great little power tool for little hands. My 6 year old really liked using it. The size made it less intimidating and he loved it so much he even illustrated a picture showcasing the tool.
My son is a great artist, don’t you think?! You could really tell that baldy with the red shirt is me. That’s why I’ve been working like crazy to finish our art & craft studio. It will be a room that we can enjoy together and create amazing art.
Stay tuned this week for more scenes from the Flow Wall Systems installation and some kitchen updates.
Disclosure: This is NOT a paid product review. Black and Decker sent me a complimentary GYRO to try at my convenience. I was not told what to write or say in this review, and I certainly didn’t tell my son what to draw .