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Gas Engineer

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  1. http://www.sears.com/wera-6-piece-kraftform-plus-series-100-vde/p-00980875000P?plpSellerId=Sears&prdNo=36&blockNo=36&blockType=G36 These have been on sale for a few weeks now at Sears. You can get it for cheaper if you have any points to burn up. Good set for someone who deals with angry pixies on a regular basis.
  2. The Wera Kraftform Plus 6 piece set is down to $23.81 right now at Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Wera-Kraftform-Screwdriver-Lasertip-6-Pieces/dp/B0001NQQCM/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1480342725&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=Wera%2BKraftform%2BPlus%2B6%2Bpc.%2BScrewdriver%2BSet%2Bwith%2BLaser-Tip&th=1
  3. Yes you are correct. I guess I didn't notice it on mine since I have them hanging on a wall with the holder that they include with the sets.
  4. The Wera screwdrivers are very nice. You can get a good deal on them at Sears with points and coupon codes every now and then. The SK screwdrivers get good reviews as well, but can get a little pricey. The thing I like about Kliens is that they have the markings on the end of the handles to tell you what it is. This is very helpful if you have them in a tool bag or something similar. I may get some flack for this but these craftsman "diamond coated" screwdrivers are not bad at all. They really get a good grip on less than perfect fasteners. you can pick a set up as a backup set for cheap with points. http://www.sears.com/craftsman-6-piece-extreme-grip-diamond-tip-screwdriver/p-00915495000P?plpSellerId=Sears&prdNo=2&blockNo=2&blockType=G2
  5. The Flexvolt line looks to be very promising. It will be interesting to see how long Milwaukee hangs on to only producing tools for their M18 volt line. Eventually the 18/20 volt tools will meet a road block as higher volt motors are more efficient (in most cases).
  6. Question gentlemen, how does one post to the tool deals portion of the forum. Is there a post count or something that needs to be met? I had some Sears deals I wanted to post a while back.
  7. Yeah the pocket hose brand one is crap. It burst on me after the second use. I have been using these over the past 5 years with great success: http://www.sears.com/craftsman-5-8-in-x-25-ft-heavy-duty/p-07169601000P?prdNo=4&blockNo=4&blockType=G4 They go on sale fairly often and are very durable and flexible hoses that rarely kink up.
  8. I have had my account for a while now, but never got around to posting until now. My name is David and I am a Civil Engineer from the Northern VA area. I also have a background in commercial construction and auto mechanics. I really enjoy the Tools in Action website and the tool news and reviews that they do. I just wanted to come here to introduce myself and say hello to everyone.
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