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#8749 - 04/02/02 01:19 PM hand tool
cahill Offline
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Registered: 04/02/02
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Loc: lindsay ca usa
their is a new tool its called pluggrip it holds on to outlets it gives you a handle to hold onto instead of the outlet keeps you fingers back adds safety and control ,,when installing or repair,, pretty good tool worth a look at ..pluggrip.com

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#8750 - 04/03/02 01:45 AM Re: hand tool
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interesting little widget...



i wonder if UL lists this for live work?

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#8751 - 04/03/02 09:01 AM Re: hand tool
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their website says the hand tool is ul approved in canada and usa, it might take a little to get it into my routine of installing outlets,, outlets are a pain in the butt to put in sometimes ,,it might be worth it ,,

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#8752 - 04/03/02 02:58 PM Re: hand tool
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I wonder how that will hold up against a hammer, you know how it is sometimes....

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