Household chores ain’t fun. And they tend to rack up over time as guys use any excuse possible to avoid doing them, in the desperate but unwavering hope that they will be blessed by an overnight visit from li’l DIY folk akin to those in “The Elves & The Shoemaker” (only armed with power tools).
To aggravate things, the weekends are the only real time guys have to attend to those DIY issues, and that’s the last thing they want to do when the game is on, the beers are frosty and the braai is sizzling. So, if we HAVE to get them done, we want to get them done and dusted as quickly and easily as possible. Or rather “no-dusted” in the case of those pesky picture/mirror hanging and shelf installation tasks.
Born of man’s interminable search for the quick-fix, this simple but ingenious little gadget not only does away with dust caused by drilling, but has the added benefit of acting as a guide for straighter drilling. No more taping packets/envelopes to walls. No more vacuuming and wiping after drilling. No more indoor dust-storms and consequent coating of furniture in dust. Accommodating six drill bit sizes, simply mark your spot, insert the drill bit through the appropriate guide hole, press Drilby firmly against the drilling surface, drill and presto…..all the dust is captured inside Drilby. Empty and rinse. Done. No-dusted.
All this for under a hundred bucks. It’s a complete no-brainer. And ladies, if he won’t do it, with a Drilby you can make short and clean work yourselves of those drilling chores that he’s been promising to get to for the last year or so. To top it all, Drilby was conceived, designed and developed by three South African okes. Cool huh? Seriously, it’s great. South Africa first. Soon, there will be Drilby’s all over the world. Get yours now. Drilby. Every toolbox needs one.
Everything we make use of on a daily basis has some sort of story, but a few ‘simple’ products actually have pretty incredible tales to tell.
Let’s assume you’re one of those peeps who promises to do your fair share of DIY around the house, but the weeks turn into months and the list keeps on lengthening.
How many times has a friend or acquaintance pitched a business proposal that is based on – you guessed it – an app?