Yeah I checked there, dealxtreme....etc but HF was the cheapest and i didn't need them RIGHT now.
I'm guessing it a pretty decent light with that many LED's. My plan was to use them for working on cars when you need that little bit of extra light that a trouble light just cant get to.
They are pretty decent. They also have a small cluster of lights on the end so you can use it like a flashlight. I got a different colored one for Christmas and I bought several more for keeping in the cars at HF.
After thought - Just checked the revisions to the wiki and ITC monthly goes up by 10, not 100 like the weekly ITC does. Perhaps we should be leaving in one month of history so whoever goes looking for it next month remembers the numbering strategy.
So next month is likely to be 7821, not 7911.
Edit - Just threw a note on the numbering in the wiki. All is well and usual at HF.
So the 151 is on sale this weekend for $170. My local store has never turned down a coupon from me, so I'd think i could get it for 136$ pre tax.
I know the 171 is larger, and 200$ precoupon is very cheap compared to regular price. How often does it come on sale?
About 3 times a year without coupon that you can toss a 20 off on and about 4 times a year with a coupon you can't toss a 20 off on top of. Figure a bottle of argon will set you back $40 but well worth it. The flux wire welds OK but using argon and regular wire makes all the diff in the world, welds are cleaner and easier to clean up and alot less splatter.
And if no one has ever told you clorinated cleaners will produce phosgene gas which will kill you, so no degreasers, no strippers, or anything of the such to prep your weld surfaces. By rule of thumb I only use a wire wheel to prep surfaces and at the very most a mild soapy solution and a thourogh rinse and then wirebrush or wheel.
I picked up a bunch of the standard grade brushes for some community type projects for about a buck a piece (1.5" and 3"). I was skeptical at first as they were noticeable lighter than a Purdy or Wooster brush. The brushes held up for a day of painting, with little to no shedding, and good coverage. The pro grade are a bit denser so i would imagine slightly better. Besides, if you buy one and it falls apart after one job, they are cheap enough to be disposable.
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