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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by CarlJ, May 3, 2014.

  1. CarlJ

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  2. Tripnman

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    I keep one in my flight case. Sad thing is that after I ran out and purchased one for my PV2 I found an old one in the back of a tool drawer. Another hex driver, that is, not a Phantom. :)
     
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    I might be wrong but looking at that tool I would suspect its magnetic to hold the different bits in place so putting it anywhere near the phantom is not a very good idea :roll:
     
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    As bad as putting your phantom into the car, wich has alternator, metal parts and so on.

    Used different type of magnetic drivers on phantom- not additional compass calibrating needed for two months.
    Do not afraid everything, everyday being goes too complicated!
     
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    I got that set a couple of years ago....nice set
     
  6. CarlJ

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    No, it has a ball that holds the bits in place. It's made for electronics.

    "Ideal for use in work on electronics and in other tasks involving small parts"