Why is this tool even made?
I can imagine if you have carpal tunnel or very bad arthritis it could e
useful, but seriously???!!
My caulking gun was $12 and I have had it for like 9 years. $325 for a
Not that it won't work for some people, but to mee that's somewhat
rediculious. Must be a market though, or else that would not sell them.
Perhaps if you caulk all day, this owuld be the tool for you.
On Sun, 7 Aug 2005 10:06:51 -0400, "SilverUnicorn"
I never use a caulking gun. I just take a tube of caulk, cut off the
tip and squeeze it in my fist until all the caulk comes out. It's
good hand exercise. The only problem I have is that it takes hours
to spread the caulk after I get it out of the tube. It's hard to get
it into the cracks around the windows with a butter knife and the pile
starts to dry before I use it all.
Factory usage and folks that do things like replace auto windshileds
for a living. In cold weather it is a huge help also. I don;t use one
often enough or under severe situations enough to warrent one, but If
I did, I'd own one. The right tools can make a lot of money for a guy
who knows what he's doing.
If it doesn't save time, or eliminate fatigue, it would be useless to
most anyway. There *is* a good reason for them though.
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Don't know about brands but the one I have has the cutter built into the
handle to cut off the end and a poker under the barrel to punch the foil to
start your work. Those are the features I would look for. You get what you
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