Tools that you use every day or tool that you could never do without

 
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03 April 2015 07:46
 

What tool do you use every day?

For me a handful of hemostats, high quality ball end hex wrenches and my multi-meter (with extra fuses for the multi-meter!) are a few of my must have tools.

What about for you?  Wrenches, pliers, side cutter for sure but beyond that what are the tools you would never go on a call without?

 
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03 April 2015 07:47
 

Probably my tubing stripper (DCI) and my sleeve tool.(DCI) .That 90 degree wrench you sell is worth its weight in gold to remove the back nuts on the Marus combo water valves. You should make them straight also for those hard to reach areas.

 
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03 April 2015 07:47
 

Thanks Robert,  When you talk about the 90 Deg wrench do you mean this one?  If so then we could definitely look into making a flat version of the same tool.
Is there any other tool that you use that could use a remodel or an offshoot of?

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03 April 2015 07:47
 

Thats the one.

 
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07 April 2015 10:45
 

The new redesigned DCI 3-in-1 syringe tool is a must have for me!

 
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13 February 2016 13:44
 

A socket for panel mount nut cuz you can’t get a wrench in some tight places

 
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16 February 2016 11:11
 

Try using a 9/16 nut driver. It works great!

 
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16 February 2016 12:36
 

Doesn’t work from underneath, the nut falls to the bottom of the socket

 
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17 February 2016 14:19
 

I see your point about the nut falling into the socket. A shallow nut driver would be ideal. I will put it in as a new product request.

 
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13 October 2016 12:47
 
DCI - 03 April 2015 07:47 AM

Thanks Robert,  When you talk about the 90 Deg wrench do you mean this one?  If so then we could definitely look into making a flat version of the same tool.
Is there any other tool that you use that could use a remodel or an offshoot of?

not a separate tool but wrench on the other end of the 90 Deg

 
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25 October 2016 06:36
 

Albert, a flat panel wrench on the end of the existing panel wrench, PN9288, makes total sense.  I will create a new product request for the tool right away!