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#34191 - 02/05/04 02:29 PM New tool
JCooper Offline

Registered: 12/30/02
Posts: 229
Loc: Kendall Park, NJ USA
I am now the proud owner of this fine tool, a must have. Anybody else?

Klein 98002BT
(Sorry can't figure out how to link to the Klein website)

[This message has been edited by JCooper (edited 02-05-2004).]

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#34192 - 02/05/04 02:53 PM Re: New tool
chris johns Offline
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Registered: 02/05/04
Posts: 5
Loc: Morgantown, WV
I don't think Klein has ever made a better tool for the hard working electrician!


#34193 - 02/05/04 04:58 PM Re: New tool
arseegee Offline

Registered: 01/28/02
Posts: 321
Loc: Statesboro, GA USA
I have had one of those in my bag for about two months. The only problem is that the plumbers keep borrowing it!

#34194 - 02/05/04 09:50 PM Re: New tool
njelectricmaster Offline

Registered: 04/29/01
Posts: 110
Loc: Lead, South Dakota
Hello from south Dakota!!

Picked mine up at the big orange box day before Thanksgiving. No my hand only has to turn wire nuts, and no more of those twist off tops!!
Jon Niemeyer

#34195 - 02/06/04 05:22 AM Re: New tool
sparkync Offline

Registered: 10/17/02
Posts: 811
Loc: NC
Sorry, I think I'm missing something... Which tool are you talking about. I go to the site and can't see this number you put down???? Thanks .... Steve

#34196 - 02/06/04 05:24 AM Re: New tool

Registered: 10/22/03
Posts: 178
Loc: toronto canada
sorry which tool are you talking about

#34197 - 02/06/04 05:36 AM Re: New tool
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Registered: 07/05/02
Posts: 8532
Loc: SI,New Zealand
Here it is people.

{Message edited to correct URL error}

[This message has been edited by Trumpy (edited 02-06-2004).]
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#34198 - 02/06/04 06:34 AM Re: New tool
Sandro Offline

Registered: 12/30/01
Posts: 449
Loc: Stoney Creek, ON, Canada
LOL! Taken from the Klein website :

-Suitable for users from the apprentice to the demanding professional.

-Cushion-Grip handle resists slippage and provides the comfort needed for frequent use.

-Bottle cap Tip-Ident®, allows for quick identification in tool pouches or crowded drawers.

-Professionally designed and rigorously tested by an expert team to handle both foreign and domestic applications.

Tell me, which "expert team" got to rigorously test this device?

Bye for now.


#34199 - 02/07/04 09:48 AM Re: New tool
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Registered: 08/22/01
Posts: 547
Loc: Chandler, AZ USA
I like that Tote carring tool bag. I usually shoulder my pouch - don't like wearing it. I may get that, looks like it holds a lot too.
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