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Post #153461653 added 02-11-2022 1:18 PM by dre85 in Deal Talk
Ohio Power tool now has this same price.
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Post #153065287 added 01-22-2022 7:53 PM by OrangeCorn227 in Deal Talk
God is a systainer of Life
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Post #153062956 added 01-22-2022 5:06 PM by madmax718 in Deal Talk
I usually keep a rocker hose accessories in the box as I don't have a festool vac. Those things may be good but man are they pricy
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Post #153061390 added 01-22-2022 3:33 PM by SensibleSweater121 in Deal Talk
I never seen anyone on my sites using Bosh and especially makita. Hilti and Milwaukee have the marketing down pack. Even the great Hilti makes there crap in China. Ave fills his videos with a lot of...
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Post #153061054 added 01-22-2022 3:08 PM by AlbiW in Deal Talk
My Domino systainer has enough room for the Domiplate .. not sure what you mean
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Post #153057301 added 01-22-2022 11:35 AM by Raralith in Deal Talk
Wow, surprised to see a Festool deal beyond a recon that disappear within moments. I'm in for one, MFT top is fitting for Kapex when I don't want to use the wings, and it'll be nice having the tool...
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Post #153056539 added 01-22-2022 10:54 AM by redrawnmango in Deal Talk
I'm sure there are people that stacking containers work for, but after trying some for a couple years I had to get a regular tool cabinet with drawers. Having to unstack the containers to get to the...
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Post #153056488 added 01-22-2022 10:51 AM by dreeves14 in Deal Talk
So nice you said it twice.
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Post #153054943 added 01-22-2022 9:33 AM by dealwellson in Deal Talk
One thing to note- Festool has released their series 3 systainers. I think we will see more sales on the gen 2 stuff like this package.
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Post #153054928 added 01-22-2022 9:32 AM by dealwellson in Deal Talk
I see a lot of serious pros using Bosch and Makita too. Watch the AVE break downs for each brand and you will see how they are built inside. Milwaukee has brilliant engineers but internally the...
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Post #153053770 added 01-22-2022 8:28 AM by SensibleSweater121 in Deal Talk
I am IBEW electrician work in commercial and Industrial work. I been on a lot of high end apartments never seen anyone carry festool on any I been on and I been doing this for 20 years. If you go to...
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Post #153053725 added 01-22-2022 8:23 AM by dstppy in Deal Talk
I have a co-worker that has everything form Festool. The stuff he does is amazing . . . and I can walk sock-foot through workshop. :eek:
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Post #153053020 added 01-22-2022 7:44 AM by jeff34270 in Deal Talk
The guy in this video (Mike Farrington) has some great ideas for storage optimization in his systainers. I'm planning on building similar inserts for my Packouts and Ridgids. ...
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Post #153052927 added 01-22-2022 7:37 AM by syscompany in Deal Talk
Dewalt = construction, Festool = woodworking. I use Festool for dust collection / sanding / track saw / domino when I do woodworking like tables and cabinets, but I have Ridgid for all my...
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Post #153052705 added 01-22-2022 7:25 AM by leeterbike in Deal Talk
The guys I see using these are electricians, finish carpenters, and engineers with very light duty tools. If you're doing a lot of small, light duty work, and don't bash your stuff around, these...
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Post #153052084 added 01-22-2022 6:45 AM by dealgate in Deal Talk
The only people that I ever see using Festool are YouTube channels that get it for free to promote it. I am hoping to get to that point and get some free stuff. I've a long way to go with just 1000...
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Post #153052021 added 01-22-2022 6:39 AM by ElatedKestrel3820 in Deal Talk
If you’ve Ever Used or Owned a Festool product I doubt you’d say that. I’m a Professional Cabinetmaker. I HIGHLY recommend Festool. You get what you pay for.
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Post #153051988 added 01-22-2022 6:36 AM by madmax718 in Deal Talk
Festool is mostly for finish carpentry. Hiliti has a lot of specialty tools as well. Milwaukee and DeWalt because they come at the right price point and durability.
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Post #153051955 added 01-22-2022 6:33 AM by madmax718 in Deal Talk
A lot of their tools comes in a systainer. While I wished more of the major brands would sell their tools that way, it isn't common. Bosch lboxx and systainers are very euro. Their not as durable...
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Post #153051811 added 01-22-2022 6:21 AM by subyman in Deal Talk
Festool on a job site? Ha, Hilti yes, Festool no. Festool is for retired guys to stock their backyard shop with “the best” or hipsters making “bespoke” walnut cutting boards. Most job sites have...
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