On Wed, 3 Mar 2010 01:28:46 -0800, the infamous "LDosser"
My client, to whom I showed my HFMFT, bought a Dremel. I got a
triangle rasp from HF for him and it doesn't fit! Hole pattern is a
bit different. He may buy an HF to go with it, anyway.
Heads up on blade interchanges!
An author spends months writing a book, and maybe puts his
heart's blood into it, and then it lies about unread till
the reader has nothing else in the world to do.
-- W. Somerset Maugham, The Razor's Edge, 1943
A DOLLAR? Maybe for the diamond studded one...
I can't imagine the production costs to be greater than two-cents.
Giving Fein their due, however, they, like the pharmaceutical companies,
needed to have a tremendous mark-up to be able to fund the development of
their next-generation product.
Thanks Dawg, Lee, and J. I searched for "multi" and "multi-tool" and came up
didn't think to search for "multi-function" or "multifunction"; you'd figure
find those, but I guess not...
Free bad advice available here.
To reply, eat the taco.
Which is why you need the magic phrase to find anything in cyber space.
It helps a lot that Harbor Freight is actively promoting these things. I
have seen them on sale almost constantly for awhile lately. I even got a
flyer in the paper at my house recently This is the first one ever in my
city. You just about can't go outside without tripping over one of these
"multi'function" tools! Didm't you notice anything the last time you went
It is also on the Harbor Freight opening page on their website now.
On Tue, 02 Mar 2010 14:04:24 -0600, the infamous Steve Turner
"variable multi" just took me here:
It appears that sanding is the only real use for the variable speed.
You can slow down the machine so it doesn't eat those ghastly
expensive (comparatively) tiny, triangular bits of sandpaper in 3
seconds. (It takes 10-12 seconds now, at the slowest speed. ;)
Pessimist: One who, when he has the choice of two evils, chooses both.
--Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
The local store sent out a flyer with two coupons
Multi-tool - $34.99
Now normally you can use one coupon or the other. Not both.
However, they forgot to remove the sale price tag, which said $34.99
So I got it for $27.99
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