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Thread: Tool Review: Skil 3.6V Li-ion iX03 Screwdriver

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    Tool Review: Skil 3.6V Li-ion iX03 Screwdriver

    The Skil iOX has been on the market since at least 2006. It's been a very popular product, particularly because of its lithium-ion battery, which holds a charge for up to 18 months (depending on the frequency of use), and light weight. This new incarnation, the Skil iXO3, maintains the 3.6V Li-ion battery and a svelte 11.2 oz weight, plus adds a couple of new features that are sure to appeal to DIYers and home owners.

    If you would like to read the complete review, pls visit TOOLreviews.ca

    Thanks, Carl

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    Thanks for the rerview and welcome to the Family.
    Why don't you start a thread in the off topic part of the forum under instroduction and tell us about yourself.
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    Welcome Carl...


    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    Thanks for the rerview and welcome to the Family.
    Why don't you start a thread in the off topic part of the forum under instroduction and tell us about yourself.
    Doubtful, he's busy posting on every website and forum he can to direct them to his own website where he makes money on adverts and redirects.

    I hope I am wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gonzales View Post
    ...Doubtful, he's busy posting on every website and forum he can to direct them to his own website where he makes money on adverts and redirects...
    Kinda looks that way, doesn't it?
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    Welcome, even though I feel used ;-)
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    I have to admit, I've got one of the original ones and it's been a darn handy little item... I hardly ever use a 'real' screwdriver anymore...
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