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Old 02-10-2004, 04:57 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried them yet? Does anyone know if they're even available yet? If so, whos got them in stock? Hudy has them on the on line site, but knowing Serpent that doesn't mean alot....
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A screwdriver with a (profit)Tool handle. I can't say it's more comfortable that the metal handle ones. They are not round so they don't roll and they are made of plastic or wood.
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I would say they would be good. The tip is the same as their professional series and since I have a lot of them, the quality is excelent. Good luck if you buy, I'm sure you will like them afterall
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Xray has a small Profitool screwdriver packaged with the M18..and the thing is a dream to work with...ALMOST makes me not hate phillips head screws...but not quite...

I'm seriously considering picking up more in this line...looks like there's a savings of about $4-5 per driver according to the Pricing on the hudy.net e-shop
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Bah... you know you want the standard hudy wrenches! Best ones i've used. Definately worth the price difference.
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i like the pro series better....they look better!
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