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Nemo Special Ops Underwater Power Drill
Ever tried to use a power drill underwater? Hopefully not, because there’s a good chance that you could electrocute yourself if you don’t take the proper safety precautions, and another good chance that it probably wouldn’t work under there anyway. But the Nemo Special Ops underwater power drill is water-resistant down to 328 feet.
Of course, you can also use the Nemo Special Ops to perform more orthodox power drill tasks around the house, but it’s more fun for me to imagine using it to construct a DIY elaborate underwater headquarters, like if Bob Vila or the Amish decided to try to join SPECTRE and take over the world.
That’s just outlandish, though, but you can see that the Nemo Special Ops underwater power drill is very much a real thing at the official Nemo site right here. It’s listed as being out of stock, but keep your eyes peeled on the site and hopefully it will be available for purchase soon enough.