many homeowner style power tools have the ability to lock the tool in the
on position and most if not all real pro tools do not have lock to on
seems to me that is the opposite
but really that feature is bad for pro or homeowner
they do it because of weak grip of homeowner weekend repairmen
or some other reason
Regardless of the source, whoever made that assumption is dead wrong.
Show me a stationary power tool, pro or non pro, that does not stay
turned on/lock on.
Most all corded drills, jig saws, have the ability to lock on.
Most all corded sanders lock on.
The Festool Domino is a pro tool and locks on.
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