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The wife often calls me a tool so I'd have to say me:)
Seriously though without the brain power of the person using them every tool is pretty useless
 
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p11jor

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Tone tester.....the best £25 I have ever spent
 
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oldtimer

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The pull out tray that holds the cups
 

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my DNO fuse pulling glove
Personally I prefer the DNO-seal-fairy bait... Just sprinkle it around (it's great, it makes no mess and you can't see it so the customer can't moan) and a few minutes late, bingo, the seals have fallen off!
 
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Personally I prefer the DNO-seal-fairy bait... Just sprinkle it around (it's great, it makes no mess and you can't see it so the customer can't moan) and a few minutes late, bingo, the seals have fallen off!
I've heard of that stuff, where can i get hold of some??
 
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jumpin jax

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My satnav for finding addresses and getting off housing estates by pressing the home button.
 
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londonlec

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My hammer and universal bashing screwdriver, unstoppable combo.
 
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KevinS

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Might not believe this one, but I somehow managed up with a set of walkie-talkies, I still do not know where they come from. But the time they have saved is incredible. Especially when I person is in the loft and the other downstairs.
May only come out the van 5/6 times a year, but I would definitely replace them if they broke!
 
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