Author Topic: The Super 8 Plus (formerly X7+2 Pro) Screwdriver w/ 7 Bits & 2 Nut Drivers  (Read 4801 times)

Offline AJ

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Sometime back one of our team members said how much they like there Picquic screwdriver.

Tonight I ordered one so I could see for myself just how good they are.

Here is a photo of the one I bought off ebay.



http://www.picquic.com/bro-english.html

Anyone else ever use a Picquic screwdriver?

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I never seen one. How much was it? My stuff is gettin old. Like me.
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I needs ta make a trip ta harbor freight
May the hinges of our friendship
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I needs ta make a trip ta harbor freight

Harbor freight does not seem to carry them.
At least they are not listed on there website.
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Offline bakeray

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Havent seen that one but sears sells one that similar. Few guys in class have them.

http://www.craftsman.com/shc/s/p_10155_12602_00947380000P?keyword=autoloading+multi-bit+screwdriver&sLevel=0

Offline Mr. Fix-It

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I have used one for years it replaces a lot of tools in the box I'll tell you. Easy to switch bits and they don't get lost.

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I received my Picquic screwdriver today. My first impressions of the screwdriver is very good.

I have tried a number of different multi type screwdrivers from the hardware stores.

This screwdriver seems nothing like the other multi type screwdrivers I have purchased at local hardware stores over the years.

This screwdriver seems very well constructed. The handle does not have that cheap plastic feel. The shaft has a very strong magnet and the 1/4 -5/16 nut driver shaft also seem to be of high quality.

I purchased this one from a guys ebay store. A flyer come with the screwdriver advertising his website were you can order custom loaded drivers with the bits you want.

I have already placed another order.  O0

http://www.firehawktech.com/products/Picquic_Super_8_Plus_Custom_Screwdriver-367-2.html

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Here are some videos I found on youtube.

They do not show the Super 8 Plus (formerly X7+2 Pro) model I ordered with the 1/4 & 5/16 nut driver shaft, but it shows you how the bits store and slide out of the handle.



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Offline bakeray

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I just bought 2 of them at Fry's Electronics. Its the super six model though. They had the super six packaged with a stubby for 10 bucks on sale so I grabbed a couple.  Im going to check that site out and find out if I can buy the schrader bit.

Very well made tool O0

 

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