Infinity router bits

Some months ago I received a catalog from Infinity; about the time Jesada was getting flakey. I also signed up for the email specials mailing. Until last week, I just did not need an more bits. The good news is that I received an email promotion with a Thanksgiving discount in addition to the $3 internet order credit.
I ordered a 3/4" straight bit and a 1/8" spiral bit to make some notches. My order was shipped the day I placed it and the bits arrived two days later, faster than I anticpated. I used both of the bits on oak and they are equal to or better than any of the better brands I've used in the past. I won't hesitate to order again as the prices are pretty good also. If you are loyal to a brand it is hard to switch to an unknown but based on these two, I think you can be comfortable if they have what you need. Ed
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I tried them and received a raised panel bit, rail and stile set for about $98 shipped. Shipping was faster than expected for me also. I have not used these rail and style bits but did use the 3" diameter raised panel bit and it work splendidly.

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So is he forgiven for spamming the newsgroup? ;-)
Patriarch, who told his wife he wouldn't buy anything more until at least after Christmas, when she found out about the new Knight smoother coming this week...
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"patriarch snipped-for-privacy@nospam.comcastDOTnet>" <<patriarch> wrote in message

I do not know, I was not one of the ones that jumped in on the "I aning gonna buy nuttin from him" band wagon. ;~)

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I was on their email list before they grabbed names from the newsgroup so I can't verify what or when they did that. Dumb move on their part, hopfully, they learned the error of their ways. I don't want to spite myself because of their faux paux (sp). They had what I needed and sale price made it even a better deal.
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Ed wrote:snip> They had what I needed... " snip.
Amen. And I ain't even religious. Tom Work at your leisure!
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On Fri, 03 Dec 2004 06:27:53 GMT, patriarch

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They are good quality at reasonably good prices :) Their "dadonator" dado set is very good also.
Some reviews of Infinity gear (router bits and dadonator) on my website if anyone wants to take a look :)
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