Oh, the imprecision! When will people stop calling this a “flathead” screwdriver, and start calling it what it is? It’s a SLOTTED screwdriver! To turn screws with slots!
Flathead screws can have all sorts of means of turning them, whether slotted, Philips, Torx, or whatever.
So can panhead screws. But you don’t see people selling panhead screwdrivers!
C’mon, woot! Call it what it is!
You are obviously missing the most egregious imprecision, the number of “tools”.
Six are listed. Seven are claimed. Even the Amazon description contradicts
Also, description spectacularly defies the laws of matter, as the tool is wider than the metal box in which it comes. I am tempted to order one just to experience the magic.
The seventh tool is the purchaser
The world isn’t a vampire, it’s a tool box!
Perhaps you should stop talking nonsense as you know not of which you speak.
You are mixing yourself up: ““flathead” screwdriver…Flathead screws”" make up your mind what you’re talking about a driver or the screws.
Slotted screws of which there are many names require a many named flat head/slot head/flat blade/straight/etc… driver.
Shamelessly stolen from wikipedia which of course stole it from elsewhere.
Notice in particular the end
" the original device from 1908 was known as a “flat-head screw turner”"
" Drive types
Main article: List of screw drives
The tool used to drive a slotted screw head is called a standard , common blade , flat-blade , slot-head , straight , flat , flat-tip , or " flat-head “ screwdriver. This last usage can be confusing, because the term flat-head also describes a screw with a flat top, designed to install in a countersunk hole. Furthermore, the term implies that a screwdriver has a “head”; it does not. Such a flat-headed screw may have a slotted, cross, square recessed, or combination head. Before the development of the newer bit types, the flat-blade was called the “Common-Blade”, because it was the most common one. Depending on the application, the name of this screwdriver may differ. Within the automotive/heavy electric industries, it is known as a “flat head screwdriver”; within the avionics and mining industries, it is known as a “standard screwdriver”. Though there are many names, the original device from 1908 was known as a “flat-head screw turner”.[ citation needed ]”
Maybe the seventh tool was to be aqua headset. It’s shown on first pic. I didn’t get it because it’s too simple.