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Klein Tools Electrician's Wiring and Testing Kit (7-Piece) $49.88 + Free Shipping

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Created 11-13-2017 at 07:33 AM by Anonymouss
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Seems like a decent deal for quality tools.
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Same price as last years deal, let me help the community with the math here.

Here is what you get and the approx value per piece:

High Leverage Side Cutting Pliers D2139NE: ~$27.40
Wire Strippers 11045: ~$15 | ~$11.34 via HD
Cabinet-Tip Screwdriver 605-4: ~$8.50
Phillips Screwdriver 603-4: ~$8.37
Electrician's Scissors 21007: ~$16
Stubby Multi-Bit Screwdriver 32561: ~$10.56
Non-Contact Voltage Tester NCVT1: ~$15
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Damn I love Klein but I already have most of this stuff or variations of it. Excellent tools
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FYI, I picked these up last year around mid December (12/19) for $38...so you can try the waiting game if you feel like saving a few bucks.
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Buy it separately. Be cheaper and you won't need most of those tools if you know what you are doing with electrical work.
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Buy it separately. Be cheaper and you won't need most of those tools if you know what you are doing with electrical work.
OK, riddle me this: which 4 (which is *most*) of these top of the line electrical tools will you NOT need "if you know what you are doing?" Been in the trade for >40 years and I use every one. Strippers, high quality screwdrivers, and side cutters the most (tho the scissors and stubby are quite useful as well). And let's not forget the voltage tester...
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OK, riddle me this: which 4 (which is *most*) of these top of the line electrical tools will you NOT need "if you know what you are doing?" Been in the trade for >40 years and I use every one. Strippers, high quality screwdrivers, and side cutters the most (tho the scissors and stubby are quite useful as well).
Ok you asked.

The 2 screwdrivers and scissors.
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I can understand the scissors, but how do you do ANY electrical work without screwdrivers?
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FYI, I picked these up last year around mid December (12/19) for $38...so you can try the waiting game if you feel like saving a few bucks.
Maybe I could use Discover's price adjustment policy if this happens. Or... Will Home Depot give a partial refund if I buy now and the price goes down later?
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