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Post #56834896 added 01-14-2013 7:30 AM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
I don't know what everyone's problem is with this studfinder...I used it to locate studs for an entire room renovation project and it worked out fine. If you aren't verifying positions of studs by...
Post #56830776 added 01-13-2013 10:12 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Dunno why people use studfinders - nothing looks quite as stylish as a neat row of evenly spaced test holes running across fresh sheetrock. :eek:
Post #56829440 added 01-13-2013 8:36 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
so is this even a good deal? frontpage almost all day and only 20 thumbs up lol, keep seeing it and thinking that i want it
Post #56829244 added 01-13-2013 8:22 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
I thought it was a great play on words.. it's worth less then worse
Post #56828192 added 01-13-2013 7:22 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Worse less than what?
Post #56827268 added 01-13-2013 6:26 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
You don't need one of these devices to find a stud. I'm right here, ladies.....:cool:
Post #56826608 added 01-13-2013 5:53 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
i have 2 of those studfinders. they are worthless. the only thing they are good for is putting unnecessary holes in the wall
Post #56826546 added 01-13-2013 5:49 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Of course it would. Just make sure you use the stud finder first to find them :lol:
Post #56825830 added 01-13-2013 4:57 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Will this put screws into bone? I hate the drivers that my hospital supplies.
Post #56825318 added 01-13-2013 4:22 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
In 4 one electric screwdriver with mini flashlight and screw holder :)
Post #56823752 added 01-13-2013 2:30 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
...worthless? Also for people who have difficulty with their hands. My mother-in-law has an electric screwdriver and it's great for her. I may pick this up for my mom. Maybe she'll find a...
Post #56823372 added 01-13-2013 2:13 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Is this driver strong enough to drill into concrete/brick with a masonry bit?
Post #56823186 added 01-13-2013 2:01 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
thanks for the link. repped!
Post #56823024 added 01-13-2013 1:51 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Amen to that. I use a Craftsman Nextec drill/driver, which is pretty compact and you can easily adjust the torque via trigger and torque adjuster - and swap out batteries. Bought this & angle driver...
Post #56822750 added 01-13-2013 1:38 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
I think you mean worthless. When my last cordless drill died, I just started using my corded drill and for driving screws I use a cordless impact driver. It actually drives screws better than a...
Post #56822710 added 01-13-2013 1:36 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
does this have enough power to drill through wall stud?
Post #56822256 added 01-13-2013 1:11 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
I bought a factory reconditioned Black and Decker 9.6 volt cordless drill in 2005 and it still works perfectly. If it didn't I'd be all over this deal despite the worthless throwaway stud finder...
Post #56822190 added 01-13-2013 1:08 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Think you mean volts not watts. From the Amazon product page for the driver: "Drive Screws Without Stripping Perfect for a range of household jobs, this compact, ergonomic driver delivers 70...
Post #56822174 added 01-13-2013 1:07 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
This B&d is 3.6 volts, so it probably won't beat a 18 'volt' driver. It will fit in your pocket though.:nod:
Post #56821376 added 01-13-2013 12:17 PM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
How strong is Smart Driver ? Will it beat my old 18watts Driver ?
Post #56820426 added 01-13-2013 11:20 AM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Would be destroyed by a driver? Any remotely close to decent driver has a torque adjuster and variable speed on the trigger. Not only can you go slowly but it you can grab the bit with your fingers...
Post #56820390 added 01-13-2013 11:18 AM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
I have this stud finder. It is completely useless. I have another good one that got misplaced and I went to the fridge and got magnet to find a stud before I even bothered picking up the worthless...
Post #56819726 added 01-13-2013 10:29 AM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
Guys, this is an electric screwdriver. That's it. Replaces your hand twisting a regular screwdriver in the same direction repeatedly. There are some jobs that are too much of a PITA for a regular...
Post #56819528 added 01-13-2013 10:13 AM by sp3cialbrownie in Deal Talk
in for one. thx
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