Celta electric: Electric screwdriver goes up for auction

An electric screwdriver will go up for sale at auction next week.

The electric car company Celta has the first production model of the Celta Electric Screwdriver.

The company is developing an electric screw driver that uses electric power to move the handlebar with a small amount of torque.

The screwdriver can be used to make small movements with the hand and the company says it will be sold at auction by Nov. 28.

The Celta Screwdriver is a small, light and portable screwdriver with a range of 1,200 miles on a single charge.

Celta said it has tested the electric screwdrivers and that they have been accepted by regulators for sale.

The price will be based on the market price of a single screwdriver and is expected to be in the range of $250-$350.

The sale of electric screw drivers will help Celta to expand into the U.S. market, the company said in a statement.

Ceta is the world’s largest electric screw maker and it has been selling electric screw tools in North America since 2014.

The new electric screw tool is expected at the auction to go up against some other electric screw manufacturers such as Electric Screw Tool Corp. and Lighthouse.

The first prototype of the electric tool is a smaller version of the screwdriver but is not expected to become a full-size tool.

The tool will be offered in a standard size of 2 1/2 inches and the standard model is expected be around $250.