Many consumer-grade drills are reduced versions of their professional-grade counterparts, inheriting an interface of controls that can be confusing for non-professional users.
However, the new Neutral Compact Hand Drill was designed to be more amicable. It is a redesign of the traditional power drill, which gives priority to the demands of everyday consumers. It reduces the interface of traditional drills, which boast an assortment of switches as well as rotary selectors by providing an intuitive slide mechanism that automatically adjusts the settings based on the depth of drive. Its altered form is the consequence of the desire to create an object that balances poignant appeal with helpful features including screw stabilization as well as laser guiding.
Designer : Tim Bennett
great idea but ıts not ergonomic