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Similar to ebay pricing but a little better. Bought the 51pc for $25 using your code. Not the end of the world if it doesn't work.
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Thanks I bought it a year ago, hoping that i will get dents to my car. Smilie Not yet used... Is it good or bad?
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Thanks I bought it a year ago, hoping that i will get dents to my car. Smilie Not yet used... Is it good or bad?
You need the metal rods to push it out if it's big or at an odd angle. This kit is mostly for penny or ball dents.
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Thanks ops, I got the 54 piece for $25, code didn't work on 65 piece.
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These are great. Got majority of my dents out. Super easy. Just don't do it in the winter otherwise the hot glue just breaks off.
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Will give a shot...will keep it if it works
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You need the metal rods to push it out if it's big or at an odd angle. This kit is mostly for penny or ball dents.
Mmmm, no. You typically can't just PDR a big dent out.
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Pay a local guy off Craigslist $50 or whatever who knows what they're doing... PDR isn't as easy as you think.
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Which kit is the one at $15?
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I would have gotten one for $15, I already have 2, just an ok deal at $25.
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For those not sure which one to get, they're all half off with the code. I went for the 53 piece set for $40 (20 after code). As far as I could tell the only difference between that and the 54 piece one for $50 (25 after code) was that the 53 piece didn't come with a bag, which wasn't worth the $5 for me.
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29% of reviewers say it's crap.

https://www.amazon.com/Fly5D-Pain...geNumber=1
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Thoughts on the trigger vs screw type dent remover here? Seem to be two different options.
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By the look of the first page reviews, not even worth the try it. That said, a real pdr person is a master and it hardly makes sense to do it yourself, 20-25/ ding is what i usually pay (this assumes you have enough to make the minimum for their travel), but if you're refreshing a car that has a lot of them, the price / ding goes down cheaper while they are there on additional ones. And it's guaranteed not to be noticeable. Though if you have a beater a diy may be worth an attempt i guess.
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