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(1060) Review: Navigator (Dino) Pick Kit


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My vises are made by Panavise, a U.S. Company.  The one with the wide jaws is the model 350.  The smaller one is the model 301. Both have the 312 Base mount – www.panavise.com



  1. Wow, those look like crap! Nice bending and bowing going on there. That metal must be made from the finest recycled tin cans money can buy, by the 25,000 pound barge load delivered. I am sticking with the Sparrows Canadian picks, Souber, Peterson, UK Lever & Curtain lock picks, and homemade.

  2. I picked one up on sale, less than 30 bucks, shipped. I still felt robbed. Due to those nice handles, that case will not accommodate different picks reliably.
    Essentially, I paid $10 a piece for two tension wrenches and an extractor. Not my best day

  3. “you pick only with soft steel now! soft steel no forgiving you hard tension! you bad picker too much tension!” -taiwanesechao

  4. Can you buy just those tension wrenches? That looks to be the only quality thing in that kit.

  5. Its unacceptable to make picks out of soft steel like that. I dont give a crap about a case if im buying picks i want something that will work.

  6. I'm not digging it. looks junky on video. you didn't mention if they were full tang but don't appear to be. I don't even like the case. the elastic always gives out on stuff like that. the only thing I do like are the tensioners. looks like a sub $20. kit to me

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