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Anyone use one of these?
http://www.praziusa.com/puttychaser.html
Good, bad, indifferent?
It seems one way or another I'll
crack the glass about 20% of the time
with a scraper or heat, but this
seems like one of those things that
are too good to be real.
BTW:
HF has a look-a-like.
 

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That tool is a broken wet dream :sick::shutup: It is in the top 3 or 4 of the all time most useless tools ever. If you don't believe me buy one
Craig
 
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Thanks guys.
Like I said, the reason I don't
have one yet is that it just seems
"too good to be true."
 

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I think we should start a tool review section of the site and have a "beware the following tools are junk" section.

I have the screw extractors too...they are rubbish.
 

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I bought one when they were kind of new.
I had a house full of windows needing about 80 percent reglazing
They were I think 6/6 and the kind that pop out if you push them to the side and I took them all home and bought this thing thinking it would speed things up...
I played with it for about 5 minutes and its been hanging on a nail since.....
 

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Neo..... you can have mine if you wan't to try it, for shipping cost....
Anyone who took the brown acid is alright with me...:jester:
can't be more than about 5$ for shipping......
 

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Neo..... you can have mine if you wan't to try it, for shipping cost....
Anyone who took the brown acid is alright with me...:jester:
can't be more than about 5$ for shipping......
I passed on the brown acid too, man. :laughing:














the purple and the sunshine though.....
 
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