Opportunity to buy a Performax 22x44, brand new, at a very good price.
Yes, I'll use it for a few projects here and there but will probably
never get whole lot of use out of it. So I'm blinded by the low price
and not seeing through it how it will be a seldom used tool in the
shop. Someone please stop me.
I think you were trying to post to alt.tool.junkies.anonymous.
Unfortunately, you've reached alt.woodwhacking.enablers.
I'm sure there's an equation out there, cooked up by some propeller
head, that would let you plug in your shop's square footage, price of
the tool, utilization coefficient, nag factor (What? You bought
another tool?! You don't even use the ones you have!) and you'd be
able to see hard, concrete numbers which you could then ignore when you
buy the tool.
If it's a good price, buy it, use it, turn around and sell it after a
few projects. If it wasn't that useful, you won't have a problem
selling it, and if the price is that good you'll probably make a
When I purchase tools that I expect I'll only use occasionally it often
turns out that I wonder how I ever got along without it and give it a lot of
use. That has caused me to buy the best I can afford so I won't be limited
by the tool, or have to later buy the one I should have bought in the 1st
place. And then have to try to find a sale for the lower cost one.
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