The newest addition of the large family of screwdrivers is the triangle head screwdriver. Yes, they do exist. Just as we use the good old flat head screwdriver to drive the single-slot screws and the Phillips head drivers for cross-shaped bits and screws, this newly invented triangle head screwdriver is for driving the triangular-shaped screws. I don’t know about you, but whenever I buy a Happy Meal I am more than excited about my new toy. I get so excited, that when I take the McDonald’s toy at home I instantly get the desire to take it apart. The problem with these mass production food store toys lies in their bits and screws. The simple fact is that they are triangular-head, unlike any other bits and screws seen before.
If you try to use the old flat-head screwdriver you can manage to drive the screws at first, but then screw’s head gets ruined and it cannot be used anymore. The triangular screws are used to vacuum the space between two parts and the manufacturers use this as a way of protection to their warranty. However, it seems like lately every renowned toy manufacturer is opting for the triangular screws which makes maintenance of the purchased toys rather difficult. Nonetheless, this obstacle can be easily solved if you buy a triangular screwdriver. Although it is not as universally applicable as the Phillips head or the flat head screwdrivers, the triangular head screwdriver will prove to be a very handy home tool.