Author Topic: The Super 8 Plus (formerly X7+2 Pro) Screwdriver w/ 7 Bits & 2 Nut Drivers  (Read 4505 times)

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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
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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

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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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Bakeray you is gonna disapoint Jimbo
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Bakeray you is gonna disapoint Jimbo

Life is full of disappointments and at Jim's age one should be use to disappointments. ;)
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Offline Mr. Fix-It

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Mine's a Canadian version with 3 Robertson sizes (square). I wonder why Americans never adopted the Robertson screw it is far superior to the Phillips that seems to be the screw of choice in the states.

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Mine's a Canadian version with 3 Robertson sizes (square). I wonder why Americans never adopted the Robertson screw it is far superior to the Phillips that seems to be the screw of choice in the states.

Sorry for bringing up an old thread. The Phillips is all about ease of manufacture. The Robertson is superior for servicin.  :)

PS I love my Picquic drivers.

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I purchased 2 auto load screwdrivers vat Orchard Hardware for $6.99 each. Change the tips to torq, Robertson, and Phillips ( Harbor Freight has them cheap) and LOVE it. Just don't get it wet. the tips and workings rust up and jam. On the back up unit I lubed it with oil.

 

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