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[♛ FreemeGB] Budget Titanium EDC Tools - Interest Check.

 

Budget Ti Tools Corner

 

Classy yet Practical

 

Alert us if any of the designs resemble works of famous/known custom makers.

 

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Package comes with 10 bits. Damascus (blue) is also available.

 

Comes with seven spare surgical grade blades. Scary sharp.

Color: Yellow with blue accent color / Blue with yellow accent color

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I'm not interested...

but it does look very interesting!  :BEER:

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Possibly interested in the ti driver

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Interested in driver

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I will make a short video for each product by next week.

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Interested in the driver depending on price

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Interested in both depending on the definition of budget. I have seen several titanium screwdrivers on AE that are more expensive than USA made counterparts.

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Yes, driver only!

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I see the interest in ‘boys toys’ but lets be real here, for waaaaay less than this you can get some lovely tools by some of the worlds top tool manufacturers which will eclipse this in quality as a ‘tool’.
This really is just spending excess money for the sake of it, which there is nothing wrong with of course if that flicks your switch – but as a ‘tool’ there are definitely better options.
To be fair the price I’ve seen these types of things at you could buy a good few small tools from a quality manufacturers. Individual Wera drivers for example are about £3/6 each – CPC
I’d rather go for something like this for around £60 and maybe a few smaller individual drivers/bits of choice.

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Not interested. Pretty much useless.

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I already have three large tool boxes filled with assortment of standard tools in my store room. I more interested to own nicer looking tools to match with my flashlights. tongue-out

G0OSE wrote:
I see the interest in 'boys toys' but lets be real here, for waaaaay less than this you can get some lovely tools by some of the worlds top tool manufacturers which will eclipse this in quality as a 'tool'. This really is just spending excess money for the sake of it, which there is nothing wrong with of course if that flicks your switch - but as a 'tool' there are definitely better options. To be fair the price I've seen these types of things at you could buy a good few small tools from a quality manufacturers. Individual Wera drivers for example are about £3/6 each - "CPC":https://cpc.farnell.com/w/c/tools-maintenance/hand-tools/prl/results?bra... I'd rather go for something like this for around £60 and maybe a few smaller individual drivers/bits of choice. !https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71oiSVJcuKL._AC_SL1177_...

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What is the ball park figures for such class of screwdrivers?

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Interested in both depending on the definition of budget. I have seen several titanium screwdrivers on AE that are more expensive than USA made counterparts.

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£33 ($42,98) here for the identical one Ebay
or £66 for the Damascus version. I previously thought they were a lot more as some sell for like £80.

A GB I guess we should be looking at about £25 or less, which wouldn’t be a bad deal at all.
Any chance you can get pens? These £19 ones on ebay are nice for the price, especially if you could get them even less than £19! LINK

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G0OSE wrote:
I see the interest in ‘boys toys’ but lets be real here, for waaaaay less than this you can get some lovely tools by some of the worlds top tool manufacturers which will eclipse this in quality as a ‘tool’.
This really is just spending excess money for the sake of it, which there is nothing wrong with of course if that flicks your switch – but as a ‘tool’ there are definitely better options.
To be fair the price I’ve seen these types of things at you could buy a good few small tools from a quality manufacturers. Individual Wera drivers for example are about £3/6 each – CPC
I’d rather go for something like this for around £60 and maybe a few smaller individual drivers/bits of choice.

I’m a huge fan of this driver, which I have now “owned” twice (the first time, it belonged to my employer; when I left that job I bought my own).
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I could be way off— but that driver looks slippery with the rounded “knurling”.
I would prefer more aggressively square contours for grip.

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It is grip is sufficient to get most job done* (within the range of the supplied bit sizes).

travis wrote:
I could be way off— but that driver looks slippery with the rounded “knurling”. I would prefer more aggressively square contours for grip.

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