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Old 02-22-2009, 09:53 AM   #11
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Radio, they really don't want people to actually use those tools do they??? That packaging was hard to get into....geeez!!! It upset me when I discovered what looked like blood on some of the tools. And then it really upset me when I realized that it was mine.

Seriously, it looks like a lot of bang for the buck. I figure the channel locks will bite the dust the 1st time I use them, but the other pliers and the screwdrivers seem pretty well made. You acually only get 20 or so tools, as the rest of the 74 items are screwdrive tips, sockets, and things. But it will be a great little tool kit for the camper.

Again, thanks for bringing this to our attention.
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Old 02-22-2009, 01:05 PM   #12
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That packaging was hard to get into....geeez!!!
Yes it was! I tore my packaging into tiny little shards and scattered it all over the place. I think the deal is loss prevention, you're not likely to tear that thing open and pocket something in the store and not get caught at it. I had to resort to a deer skinning knife and a screwdriver to free my tools from their entombment.

If you missed out in the stores, you might try online.
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