Thursday, February 16, 2012

Smallest Electric Drill in the World

Why would you make a drill this tiny? "Because I like it" that is the reason given by Konstantin Leonenko the creator of this tiny "jewelry item." Why we like it, and what makes it cool? If the fact that its a functioning drill that's only about an inch long isn't enough, then how about the fact that they are made by hand, and it takes 6 hours of precise craftsmanship to complete.

These little guys are available for purchase at, and would make an excellent gift for...Who the hell knows, maybe the same person that you would buy a high powered laser for.



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