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Stanley Tool Family

Batman. James Bond. MacGyver. They'd all tell you the same thing: you need the right tool for the job, whether that's a Batarang, a laser watch, or a Q-tip/rubberband/dish cleaner slingshot explosive. Now, granted, we're not selling any of those things, but we do have tools that we humbly suggest might be useful more often.
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inkycatz


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We know you all take tools seriously. Are these good for someone starting out, or a valuable add to an existing collection?

I'm just hanging out, really.

bluescreenofwin


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inkycatz wrote:We know you all take tools seriously. Are these good for someone starting out, or a valuable add to an existing collection?



Your name is awesome. Oh I mean absolutely. My Dad has a Stanley Screwdriver very similar to this one and has had it for decades now and is still going strong. I'm in for one for my own toolbox.

$14.49 at Amazon, no free shipping.

IMO this was a great way to unlock free shipping for the day.

simonwang


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Stanley 69-193 69-193 Push-N-Pick Screwdriver
$10.00
List $19.99=50% off List Price
Condition New

for $10, i'll just throw away the handle and use the inserts for my drill! these longer inserts are perfect for the end of my drill!

btb601


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I have one of these. Not really sure how old it is, but it old.
My world came crashing down when I pulled it out to used it, the cap threads broke off inside the handle were the bits are stored. I was happy as antelope with nightvision googles.
It was my go to drive for everything.

spleen1666


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The Stanley Push-N-Pick is a bad clone of a Picquic SixPac.

duodec


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I wish Stanley tools were still made in the USA; we've got a lot from when they were and they were nice quality tools.

So far the 'imported' ones haven't lived up to the previous Stanley reputation.

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bobqmccracken


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I thought my Stanley stud detector was defective - always going off every time I tried to use it, but it turns out when I let my less studly friends use they don't have the same problem, and are able to use the device for it's intended purpose.

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bobqmccracken wrote:I thought my Stanley stud detector was defective - always going off every time I tried to use it, but it turns out when I let my less studly friends use they don't have the same problem, and are able to use the device for it's intended purpose.

//snerk



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johnt007871


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Anyone have the rolling toolbag? I'm on a quest to prevent my father from lifting heavy satchels from now on.

vladistov


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Contrary to the name's implications, I do not advise using the screwdriver set as a replacement for your index finger.