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Picquic 8801 multi-bit screwdriver $12.69

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Oct 20, 2017
222 posts
671 upvotes
Canuckticut
Great screwdriver from a Canadian company. Thanks OP, bought 1.
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Oct 20, 2017
222 posts
671 upvotes
Canuckticut
The one you linked is way smaller and ships in over a month.
Deal Addict
Aug 7, 2011
1756 posts
2430 upvotes
VANCOUVER
These are the best screwdrivers. Made right here in Vancouver and comes with a lifetime warranty!
Jr. Member
Sep 22, 2018
160 posts
91 upvotes
Ajax
Its at the same price from start of june... But looks good so might get one.
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May 11, 2004
3518 posts
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Airdrie
The only multi-bit screwdriver worth having.
"Success is the happy feeling you get between the time you do something and the time you tell a woman what you did." -Dilbert
Newbie
Oct 5, 2013
81 posts
28 upvotes
calgary
dont they have these in orange at home depot for like $10?
Newbie
Oct 10, 2008
39 posts
19 upvotes
London
I just bought one of these the other day from Amazon as a filler to get free shipping for some computer stuff I was ordering. I didn't have a decent multi-bit magnetic screwdriver for computer assembly, so this seemed to fit the bill. It's really solid and easily worth the ~$12. I'm glad to see it's made in Canada too.
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Apr 26, 2010
359 posts
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BC
Absolutely awesome lifetime screwdriver.

High quality, and made in Canada.
Member
Jun 11, 2015
475 posts
511 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
The screw driver is great.

But don't get a black one.

It's one of the most used tools, but the black means it disappears inside a tool box.
Deal Guru
Mar 1, 2002
11202 posts
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Toronto
TWELVES wrote: The screw driver is great.

But don't get a black one.

It's one of the most used tools, but the black means it disappears inside a tool box.
Too bad black opaque is the only one on sale, I prefer the transparent colours myself.

These things are true workhorses.
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Jun 11, 2005
235 posts
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Newfoundland
A friend introduced these to me recently and they've replaced an entire drawer in my tool chest. I have multiple sizes of the screwdrivers, plus the hex drivers and the allen keys. They are perfect!!
Member
Oct 24, 2018
384 posts
363 upvotes
blankblank wrote: I just bought one of these the other day from Amazon as a filler to get free shipping for some computer stuff I was ordering. I didn't have a decent multi-bit magnetic screwdriver for computer assembly, so this seemed to fit the bill. It's really solid and easily worth the ~$12. I'm glad to see it's made in Canada too.
Back in the 90's IBM had a timed computer assembly test for techs, if a tech used any magnetic tools they failed. IBM was obsessed with anti-static and anti-magnatism, all their workstations had grounding straps and demagnatizers.

It seems commonplace now to use magnetized tools now on computers, I have no idea when that became accepted but it sure would make life easier instead of dropping tiny screws all over the place.

BTW, thanks OP, I bought a couple.

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