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Old 10-06-2009, 09:40 PM   #1
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I am not one for gimics but a coworker showed me his pocketwrenchII and they do work. You are not going to tighted up terminations on a 5000 KVA transformer but for removing small covers and holding backup for fasteners up to about 3/8" screwsize they do a exelent job and they are made in the USA.
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Old 10-06-2009, 09:42 PM   #2
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If nothing else, it looks like it could open bottles.
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I bet those teeth round off in no time. They probably last long enough for the check to clear.
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If nothing else, it looks like it could open bottles.
That would be the only thing I use it for.
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That would be the only thing I use it for.

The drug and alcohol thread is two doors down
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Thank you. I couldn't seem to find it tonight.
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The coworker that showed it to me his said that he has carried it with him for 10+ years and the teeth are just now begining to ware. He said he would have never believed it .
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I usually have a pair of Kleins handy for quick use as a wrench.
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