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Old 01-21-2014, 12:16 PM   #1
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I got a new bag to carry tools to band from the house with and want to pit done smaller tools in to save room, make it a little lighter.
I have my dewalt 18v impact driver and flashlight in there and was wanting to get rid of them. Not completely just from the bag.
My first thought was something like the 8v gyro screwdriver and flashlight dewalt makes but then I was thinking maybe a 12v drill or driver would be better, plus I like that the big flashlight can stand and you can aim it a little.
Anyone have any experience with the gyro screwdriver.
Anyone know a good "snake light" or other type of free standing light that is smaller
I'd prefer if they used the same batteries and there was 2 of them, or else as batteries so i don't have to carry around a bunch of chargers as well

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the gyro screwdriver is very new to the market and it hasnt hit everywhere yet.. the theory behind is cool but many pros such as my self feel its a bit too gimmicky and will likely be something that woiuld be a major nuisance when the hardware in it that makes it do its thing has something go wrong..

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Thanks, that's kinda the way I was leaning too
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M12 milwaukee 2453-20 great little power house. Part number is for tool only.
http://www.milwaukeetool.com/power-t...rdless/2453-20.
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http://www.cpomilwaukee.com/milwauke...ivers-wrenches
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Great driver, you will not be disappointed.
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That looks like a good one
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Regardless of what you choose if you go through home depot web site they will price match anything you find on web. Keep your receipt try it for a few weeks and see how the tool works. Keep all the original wrapping etc. and go from there.
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Cool I didn't know that
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Regardless of what you choose if you go through home depot web site they will price match anything you find on web. Keep your receipt try it for a few weeks and see how the tool works. Keep all the original wrapping etc. and go from there.
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through home depots website or in store.. because if you try to do it in store it depends on the location.. the stores here wont touch price matching stuff online

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