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[Canadian Tire] Picquic Screwdrivers 30% off -$6.99 to $11.19

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[Canadian Tire] Picquic Screwdrivers 30% off -$6.99 to $11.19

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Apr 23, 2005
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Thanks, I'll be grabbing another one. These things are the best multihead screwdrivers I've ever owned (and I've owned many).
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Jul 11, 2015
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Victoria, BC
damn those r nice. way better than my $4 mastercraft. But do i use it enough to justify upgrading? probably not.... if only i didn't already have one.

I don't even understand what the differences are between these. they all seem the same to me,. other than the obvious appearance.
You're the average of the five people, you most associate with.
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May 30, 2011
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Got the 2-pack of the blue ones from Lowes for $11 back in March. Website now shows $23.99 but was just in the London store this past weekend and they were still there for $11 (the original sale date on the website was Feb 24, 2022). They aren't with the other screwdrivers or hand tools - they are in a cardboard aisle display (in London the display was in the flooring section).
Maybe try your local Lowes to see if they still have the $11 price for two.
They are really nice.
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jointedhornet wrote:
May 19th, 2017 12:49 pm
damn those r nice. way better than my $4 mastercraft. But do i use it enough to justify upgrading? probably not.... if only i didn't already have one.

I don't even understand what the differences are between these. they all seem the same to me,. other than the obvious appearance.
It's the bits that are different. Some are HEX, others SAE etc. I bought the red compact one for quick indoor jobs like unscrewing toy battery compartments, fixing quick around the house items etc. Worth it!
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Sep 5, 2006
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Calgary
jointedhornet wrote:
May 19th, 2017 12:49 pm
damn those r nice. way better than my $4 mastercraft. But do i use it enough to justify upgrading? probably not.... if only i didn't already have one.

I don't even understand what the differences are between these. they all seem the same to me,. other than the obvious appearance.
Different bits in each:
1) 3" long power bits, includes: Roberston #1,2 and 3, Phillips #1 and 2, Slotted 3/16" and 1/4"
2) 7 assorted 3" long, ¼" hex Torx power-bits (T10,T15,T20,T25,527,T30 & T40)
3) 7 high quality 3" length, Metric 1/4" hex key power bits
4) Compact version of the first tool
5) 7 high quality 3" length, SAE 1/4" hex key power bits
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Apr 26, 2005
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Richmond
For those who think this is the best, try Rolgear
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Aug 17, 2008
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I buy Picquic drivers to support Canadian manufacturing. It's all but dead nowadays, so any tool I can buy and use that says "Made in Canada" on it makes me proud.
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Nov 22, 2012
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VANCOUVER
I think I saw their factory in Vancouver.

I have some but will buy a few more to give to family just to support Canadian manufacturers.
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