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Remember how we told you GearWrench announced at SEMA that they’re expanding into non-ratcheting tools?  Here’s one of their new screwdrivers.  We don’t know much about them yet, but we thought we’d share the pix.

I guess there’s not much to say about them except that they look like nice screwdrivers.  In fact, they look a lot like the ‘drivers in MAC’s Foose kit.  (Hint: That’s a good thing.)

There’s another photo of the mini screwdrivers after the jump.

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Enjoy.

 

3 Responses to Tool Pr0n: GearWrench’s New Screwdrivers

  1. Harry says:

    I recently got the Gearwrench 12 piece screwdriver set. They’re lightweight and have decent balance. The handles are comfortable and not too big. The ridges on the handle allow for quick spinning. The handles are a cross between round and trilobal. As with other softgrip handles, they get dirty quickly and stay dirty. I haven’t tried to abuse or break them yet but, they work well performing their intended functions so far. I’m not too sure if they could take alot of abuse. They’re not bad for being Taiwan made.

  2. Myself says:

    Call me a spoilsport but we all know what screwdrivers are, and even nice screwdrivers aren’t all that newsworthy. If these did something interesting like fold, or telescope, or tapdance, I’d be interested. But lacking any information about their cryo-titanium tips and vibrosorboplastane handles, I’m left to conclude that these are just decent screwdrivers.

  3. Chuck Cage says:

    Myself: Look like you took this exactly as intended. That’s why I headed it “Tool Pr0n” — we had some pictures from GearWrench, but not a ton of information, so I decided to share anyway.

    I guess that’s why we’re Toolmongers; we’re such tool geeks that we even care what a company’s new screwdrivers look like.

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