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Looks like they're not so different after all under all the smoke and mirrors.

On the plus side at least the tip looks to be holding up well.
 

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I would return it...
 

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I have already contacted the wholesaler and they will get back to me. As for use just normal things tighting locknuts and busting out wood.
 

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I dont think klein tools demolition drivers are suppose to do this!!!
I suppose its a good thing that tang doesn't pass right through to the buttcap?

*Edit I just tested mine and there is continuity between the cap and the shaft.
 

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you guys and your screwdriver fetish cracks me up.
Klein makes a decent screwdriver. They hold up well to the abuse. So does Wira and Wera. They are no better or no worse. Abuse a screwdriver as electricians do and you will always have trouble.
 

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sbrn33 said:
you guys and your screwdriver fetish cracks me up. Klein makes a decent screwdriver. They hold up well to the abuse. So does Wira and Wera. They are no better or no worse. Abuse a screwdriver as electricians do and you will always have trouble.
I agree. Screwdrivers are probably our most expendable tool. If I gotta spend 12 bucks every six months I'm not losing any sleep. Shít I used craftsmen drivers for years and all them bolts and strut straps are still tight I'm betting
 

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farlsincharge said:
I broke mine today the exact same way (weird). I noticed the cap was spinning. I do beat the ever loving jesus out of it though.
Did you talk to the wholesaler to get another under warranty? They did it for me buddy.
 
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