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  Reply # 666050 2-Aug-2012 11:59
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mattRSK:

Must hide credit card from myself.


Hmmm, me too. I only need a few screwdrivers, and just kept adding to the cart ;-)

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  Reply # 666072 2-Aug-2012 12:15
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Lias: Wiha are REALLY nice, but painfully expensive.


Brilliant tools. I use the Wiha insulated set and can not fault them.




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  Reply # 666670 3-Aug-2012 06:02
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kiwi_64: I've been refreshing my entire tookit with Bahco gear as required...  Their multi-tip screwdriver is also really nice..

Ditto, or the new one my daughter brought back from school: copy & paste.




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  Reply # 666671 3-Aug-2012 06:08
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Super cheap Autos have a battery powered Black & Decker for about $15.

Works very well for the smaller jobs.

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  Reply # 667185 3-Aug-2012 18:52
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I'd advise against batter powered screw drivers: they tend to be good at spinning on the grooves.

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  Reply # 667294 3-Aug-2012 23:17
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Daft: I'd advise against batter powered screw drivers: they tend to be good at spinning on the grooves.


Only if you choose the wrong end on it, or use a screw designed to cam out like old philips ones.




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