I think it's cause they have a tendency to break easily. Though to be honest, I think that a lot of the bad things that we hear about a product are generally over-exaggerated. I've noticed that here. That people have an issue and it gets posted and then other people who may not have any experience with that product deem it so and so forth and so on.
Like Asus products. I see their products bad mouthed entirely way too much. That's primarily all I buy and I've not had any issues that were not of my own doing. But they stand by the warranty. To me that's not something to bad mouth but to applaud. Considering that if it's user error they don't have to do anything.
Well anyway the kit I want is actually a Lamptron interchangeable head kit. One handle, 5 different heads and comes in it's own tin. $25 though and out of stock so I went with the 2 in 1. 2-5 days shipping so I would love to see the package by Saturday but more likely Monday.
The Sunbeam kit cost more though.Though not more than the Lamptron kit.
I looked up the Molex tool and everyone wants $25 just for a single purpose tool.
Originally Posted by Lost-boi
Ceadder, good luck with the pin remover. I dont see why people dont use the Sunbeam ones more. Ive rewired 3 PSUs and mine is working just fine