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August 20, 2005

Mini Gearless Ratchet


Richard Griot of Griot's Garage writes, "I've been selling the coolest tools for the last 15 years and these belong in the top ten out of the thousands of tools I've sold."

High praise indeed.

An almost unbelievably small one degree of travel before the drive hooks up again, which makes the up–to–now state–of–the–art five degree ratchet they've been selling for years "archaic."

The 1/4" drive is 3" long and costs $22.99; the 3/8" drive is 4" long and costs $26.99, both here.

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These are available from other vendors for $29 for the pair -- almost half of what Griot is selling them for. Always shop around, and don't support folks who criminally overcharge.

Posted by: Alex | Dec 5, 2005 10:41:03 PM

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