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[Amazon.ca] Picquic Multique Multi-Bit Screwdriver $8.94

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[Amazon.ca] Picquic Multique Multi-Bit Screwdriver $8.94

only blue color is on sale
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$7.97 at Home Hardware in the current flyer if anyone wants to shop Canadian!
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Keep in mind these are the slim versions with 3/16" bits not full size 1/4" bits.
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vancitydude wrote: Keep in mind these are the slim versions with 3/16" bits not full size 1/4" bits.
Was going to order, then saw that. Not to mention I have 5+ picquics still in the bag from when rona was clearing them out a year ago...

Still use my primary one at least once a week though, best tool i have ever bought
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Regular sixpac vs multique size:
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lennyandcarl wrote: $7.97 at Home Hardware in the current flyer if anyone wants to shop Canadian!
I can't place an order online for that screwdriver for curbside pickup.
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TransporterSD wrote: I can't place an order online for that screwdriver for curbside pickup.
Phone the HH store and they'll set one aside for you.
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Picquics are great screwdrivers - I have several of them in different configurations. As a previous poster said, this one is the slim model (3/16") instead of the full size (1/4") model. I personally would only buy the full size model.

I noticed that my old Picquics were totally made in Canada but the newer ones only have the handle and shank made in Canada - the bits are made in Taiwan. I haven't had any problems with the newer models yet though.
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Picquics are great for indoor use but never get them wet. They rust right away even with a little moisture.
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lennyandcarl wrote: $7.97 at Home Hardware in the current flyer if anyone wants to shop Canadian!
been waiting for my home hardware curbside pickup for 2 weeks and now i see they have $50 min on online orders :(. Not easy to support some businesses. Looking forward to getting back into home depot
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dirtmover wrote: been waiting for my home hardware curbside pickup for 2 weeks and now i see they have $50 min on online orders :(. Not easy to support some businesses. Looking forward to getting back into home depot
Ah, We avoided all those store closures here thankfully!
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lennyandcarl wrote: $7.97 at Home Hardware in the current flyer if anyone wants to shop Canadian!
Pay the extra dollar to Amazon. It will cost you more than a dollar in gas to drive to Home Hardware
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vancitydude wrote: Keep in mind these are the slim versions with 3/16" bits not full size 1/4" bits.
joshmxpx wrote: Was going to order, then saw that. Not to mention I have 5+ picquics still in the bag from when rona was clearing them out a year ago...

Still use my primary one at least once a week though, best tool i have ever bought
CalgaryRunner wrote: Picquics are great screwdrivers - I have several of them in different configurations. As a previous poster said, this one is the slim model (3/16") instead of the full size (1/4") model. I personally would only buy the full size model.

I noticed that my old Picquics were totally made in Canada but the newer ones only have the handle and shank made in Canada - the bits are made in Taiwan. I haven't had any problems with the newer models yet though.
Love my multique. It gets way more usage than my sixpac or super8.

The smaller size and magnetic head makes it perfect for everyday household stuff including electronics. Also good for working in tight spaces - came in handy for installing dimmer switches, for example

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