the idea itself is not bad. I drive a fair number of screws and am
always looking for another gizmo attachment for my driver. I'd rather
see the thing on a corded tool, but that's probably just me.
You just gotta suck it up and keep practicing.
"All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is
yeah, the price is out of line, and the ad copy about using a preset
to turn a newbie user into an expert was BS, but the idea of being
able to profile a fastener/material/pilot bore and repeat it reliably
is very good, in my opinion. I hope the tool doesn't disappear from
the market before the developement costs have been met. I would like
to be able to buy one for $100 in 3 years....
Well it would be really funny to program it for a slow start. Slow
midrange. Then suddenly max speed and power at any setting.
Then loan it to somebody, perhaps doing small screws or sheet metal
work. Har har har!
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