your most used tool??
What is that one tool you carry with you to every service call that you just cant live with out???
other than the standard, long 5/16 and, electrical meeter, and yada yada,
I'm looking for the kind of tool that you did not know you needed until you had it.
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My most prized tool.....................I can't discuss it here...............
The three things I have with me at all times and are always on my belt. Don't leave home without them.
3 Watt Led mini mag lite 2 AA cell
Fluke Volt alert 24volt to 90 volt - 80volt to 600 volt in tool bag
Last edited by ptemko; 01-27-2008 at 07:01 PM.
almost always have on me on or off the clock
Coast tactical focusable led
Irwin 9-in-1 (much better than Klien 10-in-1)
Fluke volt stick low volt
if I actually mean business
Coast tactical focus able led
with these 3 its hard to believe how much I can fix
1- Stinger flashlight
2- chemical smoke puffer
Keep the fire inside the fireplace.
My voltmeter, A Ruger P89-DC 9mm in the van
probably the least commen ones: wire labeling book, non contact temp sensor and 3 amp breaker
The one thing I see a lot of guys trying to get by without and using it would make life much easier. A well lit working area.
I use a 150 watt coiled Fluorescent bulb in a reflector lamp w/ guard and ext.cord with LED in the plug.
Works in the cold and withstands abuse.
Lately in ceilings and such an extending mirror has come in handy.
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Can't live without my ratchet wrenches
For service calls it's a voltage tester. It's nice having the piece of mind that comes from knowing for certain that the circuit you're working on is dead.
For installs it's an extra battery pack. One in the drill (or saw), one in the light and one in the charger at all times.
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digital psycrometer, I've found lot's of uses since I bought one
An 11/32" nutdriver and a Fluke temp/humidity meter