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Old 11-23-2008, 06:18 PM   #1
 
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Ok i bought these witte drivers which are now owend by knipex and wonder what you guys think of them i like them but it feels weird
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Ok i bought these witte drivers which are now owend by knipex and wonder what you guys think of them i like them but it feels weird
I own some Wiha screwdrivers and I have to say they dont fit in a lot of screw heads. I would like to know if these have the same issue.

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well they fit but i also have the whia 3k series and the felo but whia is still my fav but the handel on the witte takes getting use to
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