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5-Tool WORX WX997L MAKERX Crafting Tool Deluxe Combo Kit w/ Accessories EXPIRED

$118.50
$229.99
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Amazon has 5-Tool WORX WX997L MAKERX Crafting Tool Deluxe Combo Kit w/ Accessories on sale for $118.49. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • MAKERX Hub
  • 20V 2Ah Power Share battery
  • Rotary Tool
  • Mini Heat Gun
  • Air Brush
  • Wood & Metal Crafter
  • Angle Grinder
  • Accessory case
  • Carry bag
  • 41 accessories

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Lowest price ever according to the camels.

Woot had a three tool combo (grinder, rotary tool, soldering iron) for $90 and again at $125, so this five tool combo is a much nicer deal.

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11-27-2022 at 04:14 AM.
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Great deal! Thanks
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11-27-2022 at 11:35 AM.
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Just ordered. Thanks OP.
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11-27-2022 at 01:52 PM.
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Anyone have experience with the air brush? Would mainly use it for priming 40k miniatures.
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11-27-2022 at 02:17 PM.
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Quote from lilphizzle :
Anyone have experience with the air brush? Would mainly use it for priming 40k miniatures.
Air brush isn't great. Tried it with gunpla. Ended up returning and getting a normal airbrush with a rigid compressor. This is very convenient though.
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11-27-2022 at 04:01 PM.
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Looking back, I'm glad that Woot would not ship the 3 piece kit to CA. They had the angle grinder, rotary tool and soldering iron for $90. The same deal came back later at $125, and I was willing to pay that higher price but they still would not ship to CA. This Amazon deal is much better and makes up for the frustration with Woot!
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11-27-2022 at 04:53 PM.
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Air brush isn't great. Tried it with gunpla. Ended up returning and getting a normal airbrush with a rigid compressor. This is very convenient though.
What do you use now? What's the best way to practice painting a car on smaller pieces ?
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11-27-2022 at 05:19 PM.
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What do you use now? What's the best way to practice painting a car on smaller pieces ?
I'm using the NeoEco [amazon.com] airbrush kit. By no means comparable to something like a Iwata but it feels tons better than the Worx. I'm sure the Worx one have a use case but to me it definitely did not have 25-30 psi needed to airbrush properly. Also gunked up a lot.
I'm a beginer myself so I don't have too many tips to share. Just practice with plastic spoons. But I found the channel Barbatos Rex on Youtube to be very helpful. His videos are super lengthy though so I just skip around.
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12-13-2022 at 02:25 AM.
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My hub requires a very deliberate push of the power button to turn it on or off. If yours does not appear to be working, try pushing the button in with more force.
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12-14-2022 at 09:21 AM.
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Amazon had mine out for delivery, said it was canceled and the customer service faqs say my only option is to repurchase, now at more than twice the price. So lame.
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