On Sun, 8 Nov 2009 09:18:06 -0800 (PST), Too_Many_Tools
Not sure if it's the one you are talking about, but I bought a Clarke
Crocodile Saw like the one below.
Haven't used it yet after having it on hand for over a year and some
might call it a waste of money, but it has some certain features and
capabilities that I haven't seen elsewhere. So, I've got it for those
few unique tasks that just can't be completed as well by other tools.
(That I know of anyway)
On Mon, 09 Nov 2009 07:22:54 -0500, the infamous firstname.lastname@example.org
scrawled the following:
"What can this $200 set do that a $60 ($40 on sale now) HF
multi-function power tool can't?" I wondered aloud.
The toomanytwinkiestroll was likely referring to a toe-kick saw.
That's an inline version of your Croc. http://fwd4.me/3Ut
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On Mon, 09 Nov 2009 08:23:20 -0800, Larry Jaques
Can't really answer that since I haven't used it yet, but I was buying
some other stuff from the same online tool store at the time and the
description was something along the lines of a "do everything" tool.
That was enough to snag me.
Think it went something like:
It's meant to be operated one-handed and will cut through metals,
plywood, ceramic tile, conduit and tubing.
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