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Old 10-21-2009, 10:30 PM   #1
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the ideal 10 in 1 is probably my favorite screwdriver the tips fit great and dont wear bad and the nutdrivers hold up good havent had them strip out yet had them for over a month now and thinking about getting another one or two
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Old 10-21-2009, 10:35 PM   #2
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Those multies are good for 'hit- N- run' stuff, not an every day jobber.

the tips are cheap. I love mine. but understand the limitations.
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o well im a service tech so i use those multi's most of the time. but their are times were i use the reg. screwdrivers just not like i did as a intaller
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This reminds me of when I bought a "MONSTER" maul wood cutter at Levy's a while ago here in LOUISVILLE. It said INDESTRUCTIBLE HANDLE. Right next to them was a shelf of "Replacement indestructible handles.
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wow thanks now i feel good about my screwdriver now
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o well im a service tech so i use those multi's most of the time. but their are times were i use the reg. screwdrivers just not like i did as a intaller

Me too. thats why I love it. That,my linesmans and a meter.

Maybe a trip back to the truck..by then it's smoke break time any way.
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Me too. thats why I love it. That,my linesmans and a meter.

Maybe a trip back to the truck..by then it's smoke break time any way.
yea i agree with you on that one on service calls if i need more than what i ahve with me i have my bag full of tools in the truck.

and nothing beats a tobacco break
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I would day I use my klein 11 in 1 95% of the time for everything. The tips hold up just fine for me, and it sure beats carrying all the different types of screwdrivers

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